If you’re tired of Disqus and Jetpack, then you need to switch back to default WordPress comments. And it hurts.
Both, Disqus and Jetpack do two things: spam prevention and notifications. Plus Disqus looks good, while Jetpack needs some styling. But that’s another case.
WordPress 5.0 will soon be a thing and it might feature a brand new content editor, that will take place of the good old TinyMCE—Gutenberg. It's still in development and the first digit in the version number doesn't mean it actually left the beta stage.
I got curious, so I've installed the beta plugin from WordPress repository to check it here. Let's see!
First of all, I love horrors.
I talk and toot/tweet about horrors on daily basis. Movies, TV series and books. The horror genre in games is somehow beyond my patience.
A few days ago Twitter finally increased the character limit. Doubled it actually, so now, instead of 140, we’ve got 280 characters. Woo-hoo!
It’s not yet available to everyone, but there is a way to enable it in Tweetdeck in few quite simple steps. continue reading
I’m sitting at my desk. Black cup with half of white flat coffee. No sugar. An almost full bottle of an energy drink I opened last night. My stupid headphones in the background. Laptop covered in stickers. Mouse on the cable, the cute one, with turquoise backlit. And my phone. Red.
Me? Well. I’m just sad, with no real reason. In a mood for writing.
‘Residue’ is a 3 episodes miniseries, released in March 2015 on Netflix. It takes 140 minutes to watch the (un)complete story. If you like futuristic, thrilling stories – that’s for you. If you’re absolutely in love with Iwan Rheon, you will also enjoy it!
I think, that everyone has this one “Harry” in their lives. That character from a book, movie or tv show, that you love and cherish. That someone, who is so important in your life that it sounds impossible that she/he doesn’t exist. continue reading
If you have a fanpage on Facebook and you’re a perfectionist, then you probably noticed at least one absolutely annoying thing hidden inside theirs CSS code… continue reading