Hardening drebbits.com

Apache to Nginx An Attempt HTTP2 Since I am in upgrading :allthethings: mood, I decided to also use the latest technology in the http world. I stumbled into this guide by deliciousbrain plus other guides for hosting WordPress yourself. White screen of Death To enable http2, I needed to upgrade nginx. After upgrading from 1.6.x to 1.10.x, I was greeted with a white screen of death in my WordPress install. Here’s what fixed it: location ~ \.php$ { include /path/to/fastcgi_params; fastcgi_pass 127.0.0.1:9000; fastcgi_index index.php; fastcgi_param SCRIPT_FILENAME $document_root/$fastcgi_script_name; } […]

Jiro’s Dream of Sushi

I do the same thing over and over, improving bit by bit.
There is always a yearning to achieve more.
I’ll continue to climb to reach the top,
But no one knows where the top is.

 

XXVI

I just turned 26 last June 5. As far as I can remember, it’s my first time celebrating with two cakes. I’ve always been thankful of my family and to a couple of friends that celebrated with me. I reflected about my life thus far and—although I still feel, always will be, there’s a long and winding road ahead of me—I’m positive it’s going to be exciting, worth the pain, time and effort. But there are already so much to be thankful for especially how my career at 10up allows me to explore and accomplish things that I haven’t imagined before.

A Brief Reunion with WooCommerce

For the past weeks I got the chance to work with WooCommerce (WC) again. Although the plugin has grown so much, including it’s seamless integration with Stripe, I just noticed one (small) thing. Orders shouldn’t be under WC in the admin menu. Current menu structure is this:   In my mind it should introduce order as it’s own […]

WordCamp Bangkok 2017

Congrats (and thank you!) to our good friends in the kingdom of Thailand who made the WordCamp Bangkok possible 👏🏼! And as much as I can, I’ll be on your side for future WordCamps. I hope I can help next time by not just being an attendee 🙏🏼. #wcbkk rocks!! A post shared by Andrew […]