Okay, I know we’re not upgrading Apache, but y’know what I mean – let’s upgrade a Debian web server using PHP 7.3 to PHP 7.4! I’ll also cover some pointers on if that web server is running WordPress.
I just upgraded the version of PHP on the server running this blog, and popped over to /wp-admin/site-health.php to check for any errors. There were a few, the main one which caught my eye being The REST API encountered an error.
I’d recently been having some issues with my Google Pixel 3XL – I’ve had the phone a while, so it’s fairly common for some little issues to crop up nearing the end of a contract (just as the warranty expires of course..) This however was a bit of a shitty one. The bluetooth and WiFi… Continue reading Issues with Google Pixel 3 XL’s WiFi and Bluetooth
Laragon is local WAMP development server (and a much better one than XAMMP..) – I use it for most of my development work. Recently I’ve moved a couple of my ongoing projects over to PHP 8, and was caught out slightly by some unexpected behaviour. Laragon makes it pretty easy to add a new PHP/Apache… Continue reading Using PHP 8 with Laragon
I’ve actually got a draft post which I started yesterday about Technical SEO to finish, but something caught my interest today – Google announced the roll out of their December 2020 Core Update. The December 2020 Core Update is now rolling out live. As is typical with these updates, it will typically take about one… Continue reading Panic! At The December 2020 Core Update
We’re developing a new product at work, and used a WaveShare WS170120 7″ HDMI/USB touchscreen and a Raspberry Pi 4 during the control prototyping. The 7″ touchscreen had to be rotated by 90 degrees, and working out how to do this wasn’t that straightforward, so I thought I’d publish it just in case it helps… Continue reading How to rotate the WaveShare WS170120 HDMI/USB touchscreen on a Raspberry Pi 4