Author: wordpress_nq07cz

  • H2S37: The role of the programmer’s mind in the design of code structures:

    Hu: // add quote from MIC: H3S1: The reflection of the programmer’s mind in code: Hu: // ch-16 H4S1: Theory traps: <ch-58>: I’ve spent at least 1/2 of my life staring at video; I would ramble more. H3S2: Lateral pivots in software | design: Hu: One limitation in the complexity of software-design is the mental […]

  • H2S36: The world’s first ever WP.detached-WP,plugin:

    Hu: As a chess player, author, and puzzle | composer, I’m used to imagining | positions # before I reach them in games. // add book quote. Analogously, my first step into the WP.plugin-space was to write the raw | functionality of a plugin, using raw.PHP-files and a phpMyAdmin.generated-table, just without any interactions, pre-pendencies #, […]

  • H2S35: Basic PHP syntax:

    H3S1: PHP syntax library: H4S1: Open and termination of .php files: W3Schools: A PHP script is executed on the server, and the plain HTML result is sent back to the browser. A PHP script starts with <?php and ends with ?>: W3Schools: A PHP file normally contains HTML tags, and some PHP scripting code. H5S1: In.file-envelopment<ch-22> of php […]

  • H2S34: Testing pre.WP-features using desktop-WAMP:

    Hu: The WP-db is custom–formatted to an extent that makes it un-ideal # for pedagogy, so the first step, in getting into web-dev, is not to install DevKinsta and start toying with the WP-SQL #, but rather, to use WAMP, and run a vanilla | install of the web. H3S1: WAMP recycles your desktop’s existing […]

  • H2S33: Speed optimizations for WordPress:

    H3S1: Load texting as a proxy correlator to speed optimization:<Turing> H3S2: HTML in the front, party in the back<Turing>: <X.ref-Hubspot,a.r>: Hu: Whenever possible #, we should minimize on.request-assembly, and try to load as many pages, as we can, as static | HTML, with a combination of intelligent | design and pre–caching, and, potentially, lazy-loading dynamic […]

  • H2S29: WordPress job hunt:

    I will write in this document, until I find enough paid work, or a single job, that makes me over $100,000/yr, gross, contractual or via employment, through WordPress work. Linketh, with all who are working towards a similar goal<x.ref: qtum.MIC-H2S2> H3S1: Job applications to large WP-agencies:, builds, but I didn’t […]

  • H2S32: Announcing the WP-dev x biz-logic event People will see this when we promote your group, but you’ll be able to add to it later, too. What’s the purpose of the group? Who should join? What will you do at your events? Hu: The purpose of this group is to promote the adoption of WordPress, a key component of the entire […]

  • H2S31: PHP x HTML form management:

    Hu: In order to transfer # data from our HTML-form, into the db, we need a transient | variable<Turing>, that is declared in our dash-edit.php file; we will assign the value of the data in the form # to this variable, in the PHPxHTML-form portion, then update the db-table, with this variable. W3Schools<a-r>: The PHP […]

  • H2S30: A primer on the WP-database:

    <X.ref: WP.MIC-H2S4><a-r>: WordPress uses a database management | system called MySQL, which is open source software. Hu: The WP-db is distinct | from WP-files, where the database, generally, contains dynamic, and user-edited, including user–account, files, and requires a higher | rate of request and response, from the front | end, than the files, which […]

  • H2S28: A live | texting application for internal | corporate | communications:

    Hu: Still termed Flare Social, we are pivoting <2016, 2018/9>, to internal | communications, corporate | communications, and, for now, a desktop–only, and a browser–only app, in which the pages are housed, righteously, with WordPress. The core | stack will still be written with Websockets, but the display, now handled, by the classic HTML/CSS. Server-side […]

  • H2S27: Production.value-barriers as core-ux:

    Hu: the difference between a production.value–barrier and an immediacy–blunder is that the former facilitates a healthy whereas the latter triggers an unhealthy H3S1: Increasing access level for higher quality information: Hu: The transition stage between levels of quality information needs to be marked by a production.value–barrier, else users will be confused # that […]

  • H2S26: Planning the post-buy service as marketing:

    Hu: Users should have a clear vision # for exactly, step by step, what you are going to do, from the moment they complete the purchase, to the moment they have reached the definition of done. H3S1:,service: Hu: A subscription has an adapted | d.o-d, and may not even # start as a subscription, […]

  • H2S25: A necessary calibration: B2B^n2C:

    Hu: I’m sitting atop of the information | distribution pyramid, but if my customers are not making money, then I’m not making. That’s how the information | Ponzi works, and, therefore, ultimately, all of my direct | students, will need to learn how to sell, at someone, at some point, has to surface, before money […]

  • H2S24: The offline web, or the Internet-grammar of the human brain:

    Hu: If the fundamental thought process<ch-8,9,7> of computers were designed after the human brain, then the social | part of the web, must be mirrored, after existing faculties, in our minds, as well. H3S1: The innate reputation tracker: H3S2: Instantaneous communication: Hu: If humans are, ultimately, more intelligent than silicon | computers<ch.9-16>, then, propagation of […]

  • H2S23: Fin.v-$: the habit formation to $ pathway: #n-p

    Hu: Once you have the ability to form habits into others, this is the template, for how to convert those habit formations, into the final habit, users handing you their $: H3S1: The sinister | vacuum: Hu: One view of sales # is that people will only pay to avoid losing something, that they have […]

  • H2S22: Granularly, the exact moment when a new mental habit forms:

    Hu: Pay attention to the exact moment, when a new mental habit forms, overriding a previous behavior. You will need to repeat this, a lot, in yourself, and, after you’ve mastered it, tenfold #, in others, to drive the user-behavior of your intention, and ultimately, into sales: someone handing you their money. H3S1: Habit formation […]

  • H2S21: How, and when, to surface in profitability:

    Hu: You can only surface, when you have something people will pay for ’22, and this, is largely ruled, by the primitive | Overton window of ’22. You don’t have 2,000 years to wait, before people realize the genius of your depth<WP.MIC-H2S14>; you need to pivot your environment<WP.MIC-H2S19>, but you also need to cash-in, whenever […]

  • H2S20: Streaking through the protocol-ready layer #

    Hu: via LinkedIn: In 2022, running into an IQ barrier, that is accompanied by a low.IQ-paywall, should turn one into a philosopher, rather than a code-monkey: H3S1: Mis-application as a barrier: H3S2: How to visually-identify the protocol-ready: Hu: H3S3: The desktop has peak | immediacy, and mobile is portable: Hu: Do not confuse portability with immediacy; […]

  • H2S19: How to pivot in producto.gressive-iterations:

    Hu: A pivot does not constitute a fundamental | change in identity, since you were created in your divine | identity, by God: // LDS: H3S1: Pivoting your environment: Hu<x.ref-ch,51>: There are 2 | vectors upon which to pivot your environment 1) direction, and 2) rate of progress. References:

  • H2S18: You are the product

    Hu: Quick plug, for those who have gotten to this point: Material in Chess ’22, it’s like this website, but in a book, 100x longer, doesn’t run out of battery. Hu: Hiding behind a corporate | brand, or a domain, is psychotic, and a blasphemous | denial of you as a gift; being one of […]

  • H2S17: People joined the web to meet God: The modern |

    Hu: Face it, you love big brother: You love big brother so much, you’ve purchased an internet connection, just to meet him. Your only gripe, with modern | web services, is that your fundamental | trust for God has been exploited, and used against you, to the extent, that you’ve become an atheist: Pew-Research: Currently, about […]

  • H2S16: UX.series-3: Identity on the web:

    Hu: The problem of a coherent web identity, as part of each user’s first | layer experience of the web<WP.MIC-H2S11>, has led, just as much, to a fragmentation of the identity of a web-user, as of ’22. The profile, an easy button # to edit the totality of one’s entire web presence, and the ability, […]

  • H2S15: UX.series-2: Mechanizing humans # as a tool in first.ux-design:

    Hu: The enhanced | trainability of humans, in the Material in Chess world, must be accounted for, by all ux-designers who plan to work within it. This mechanization can 1) add depth, as its own perspective<r: McLuhan x Hu, fbno>, and 2) moderate losses of immediacy<WP.MIC-H2S14>

  • H2S14: UX.series-1: Immediacy vs depth:

    Hu: There is a trade-off, in UX-design, between immediacy and depth, where a lack of immediacy, such as Material in Chess ’22, can be compensated by an expansion of depth, and the fact that this book, which is one of the most un-immediate, in history, can still validly have a mainstream cover, is attributable, to […]

  • H2S13: Hierarchical,service:

    Hu: Hierarchical,service is a subsection of,service<ch-9>, which should encompass, about half of software, and even more so, today, as we are needing a contractionary | phase . The propose service is to simply construct a personal | dashboard, accessible upon log–in, even on this | website, for all humans in Buffalo, NY, and […]

  • H2S12: The everything | app:


  • H2S11: How to wrap your WordPress-site into a cross-platform.native-app #

    GoNative: Whether you choose to self-publish or have our team publish on your behalf you will need an Apple Developer Account and a Google Play Developer Account. You can apply for both accounts using the links below: Apple Developer Account:<$99>; Google Play Developer Account:<$25><80%, 10-8-22> Hu: When Steve Jobs launched the iPhone app-store, along with […]

  • H2S10: Self-teaching coding:

    Hu: Coding and programming are distinct: Ox-lang: provide (a computer or other machine) with coded instructions for the automatic | performance of a task. Hu: at Che-WP, we define coding as a subset of programming, and recommend that programmers spend at least 2 years, learning the fundamentals of comp–sci, before they start writing code. A similar requirement […]

  • H2S9: External dash-design for product owners:

    Hu: The following is the introduction of a novel application of WordPress, the design of an external | dash, using a page, and you can see an example of this at rent–dash:<link> H3S1: Limitations of the internal-dash: Hu: The internal WordPress-dash is not editable, even by your server | manager, without code changes, that will […]

  • H2S8: Comprehensive payment | management with WooCommerce & Stripe:

    Hu: Despite its drawbacks #, WordPress has a comprehensive integration with WooCommerce, an e-commerce | plugin, that itself has a comprehensive integration with Stripe, b-2010 by Patrick and John Collison<Wikipedia, a-r>, and Woo is a product of Automattic, the parent company of WordPress<WP.MIC-H2S4>. These factors # make WordPress, by virtue of these integrations, a highly […]

  • H2S7: Web-content as chat-content:

    Hu: Publishing content on your website can enhance your ability to contribute to 1-to-1, and group interactions; there is no limit, on how broadcast content can be used, analogous, to sharing memes from Facebook or Twitter. Case study: Hu: Such communications are particularly fit # for 1-to-1 chatting partners, with whom one wants to initiate, […]

  • H2S6: Correlating tech adoption stack, financial value, and operations scale:

    #n-p: # Tech stack: Valuation: Operations: 1 Google Drive, Gmail, Notes, Messages $0-$100,000 Solo contractor, full time employee 2 3 // Here I’m building # an evaluation table , that will allow, even, a marketing person, to quickly valuate a company, and, based on that, write a personalized recommendation: Write a blog post that addresses […]

  • H2S5: Access management:

    H3S1: Role inheritance: Hu: All of our access management is done through # AAM Plugin, which we’ve validated # as a high-quality third-party plugin that can solve our needs. A key component of access management is the creation of user roles, or categories, in which individual users, can be assigned. When a role inherits capabilities […]

  • H2S4: Architectural decisions for WordPress

    H3S1: Plugins | WordPress: The simplicity of installation of WordPress plugins, via the main | menu menu | option “Plugins”, approx 6th from the top #, ==> “add new”, may delude you from the fact, that the decision, of which plugins to install, is analogous to the decisions, that $250k+ CTOs and software architects make, […]

  • H2S3: How to add pages and posts in WordPress:

    H3S1: Gutenberg code editor: As with the Site Editor, it is important to understand #, while using Gutenberg, that all changes, even if WYSIWYG<r: WP.MIC-H2S2>, are reflected in code. This is why I recommend, for all students, that they toggle to the code editor by clicking the vertical “…” icon, at the top | right […]

  • H2S2: The state of web design in ’22

    H3S1: WordPress | themes # In order to understand the state of web design in ’22, we have to, necessarily, due to the increase disciplinary | inter-connectedness, not only in the IT field, but in the broader global | intellectual community, the number of connections between the design decisions that a web designer have to […]

  • H2S1: How QA testing works:

  • Rent.prop-1: $6,834 / mo

    Hu: This is a sample rental property listing, pulled from # Status: rented until 10/23. Description: Say hello to 50 North 5th: refined residences for urban living. Located in Williamsburg, the hippest neighborhood in Brooklyn, 50 North 5th is energy in motion. At 50 North 5th, you will find sleek and contemporary spaces that […]