The posts and pages on this ClassicPress blog are written in Markdown. To render them as HTML I used the azrcrv-markdown plug-in. It did its job well, but it lacks a Markdown editor. To fix that I created a plug-in that replaces the regular ClassicPress editors (TinyMCE and Quicktags) with a Markdown editor (EasyMDE). You […]Read more..
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I’m a business owner with a background in Product Management, DevOps, Manufacturing and International Trade. Read more about me on LinkedIn or GitHub. This blog is powered by ClassicPress. Some content may have been previously published on peen.net, nielspeen.com, niels.io or other domains no longer in my possession. Subscribe to my blog using RSS or […]Read more..
Update: all content has been migrated. Will keep this post around to test theme and plugins. While content is being migrated, you can find the old blog at https://peen-dev.pages.dev/ Testing my new Markdown editor plug-in for ClassicPress. Does it work? Yes No Not sure More test. <?php echo "code test"; testing, 1, 2, 3. 4.Read more..
Elementary OS has been my favorite desktop distribution for the past 2 years or so. Its out-of-the-box experience is very close to my preferred setup. Nothing is perfect though. Below are the tweaks I apply when installing Elementary OS 6. BTRFS The default Elementary OS install uses an encrypted ext4 partition. If you want to […]Read more..
Not quite happy with the solution described in my original post, I took another look at the problem and found: Xorg defaults to the libinput driver (just like Wayland), not the synaptics driver. The libinput driver complained about a parse error in /usr/share/libinput/50-system-lenovo.quirks. I ignored the parse error the first time around because I do […]Read more..
Whoops. I accidentally wiped the VM running my Wordpress blog. Rather than restore the Wordpress blog I decided to go with Jigsaw this time. Jigsaw is one of many static site generators, or as the cool kids say, a way to use Jamstack. Jamstack What makes a Jamstack site more than just a regular static […]Read more..
Update 2021-10-31: I’m no-longer using Wordpress or the theme mentioned below. Changed to a nice clean WordPress theme that uses Tailwind CSS. Based on the wp-tailwind starter theme by freeshifter. (Thank you!) Will share my changes on Github shortly.Read more..
Update 2021-10-31: I no longer use Wordpress or the mentioned plug-ins. What you see is generated by Jigsaw. Tried a number of WordPress plugins while looking for a syntax highlighter that supports the regular Gutenberg code block and does not come with a ton of unnecessary bloat. I think I found it. You’re looking at […]Read more..
First post on the new peen.dev domain. I’m expecting many more to follow.Read more..