xmllint

I recently discovered after trying to import WordPress XML files for a customer that you can use xmllint (within the Command Line or iTerm) to check the validity of the files. The error message looked like this: Invalid XML on read in WXR_Large_File_Parser::__construct() for file:///nfs/6a2/156107206/files/2019/01/site-address-here.wordpress.2019-01-09.001.xml_-3.txt (size: 11335507) After a colleague suggested xmllint, I opened iTerm … Continue reading xmllint

Grunt-Sass vs Grunt-Contrib-Sass

I was interested to find out what the differences were between Grunt-Sass and Grunt-Contrib-Sass. Following on from my previous blog post on "Using Yeoman in your workflow", it was brought to my attention during the Yeoman install when the interactive prompt asked if I wanted to use Libsass to compile Sass. So I recently asked … Continue reading Grunt-Sass vs Grunt-Contrib-Sass

YeoPress Review

YeoPress: A Yeoman Generator for WordPress by Wesley Todd I won't go into too much detail to explain what YeoPress does but you can read more about it from the creator himself, Wesley Todd. YeoPress: A Yeoman Generator for WordPress, basically installs WordPress via the Command Line/Terminal. It's also assuming that you're working locally (which … Continue reading YeoPress Review

How to Open Sublime Text from Mac OS X Terminal

It was brought to my attention that you can open Sublime Text via Terminal whilst watching a screencast by @James Stone on "Getting Sassy with ZURB Foundation 5 (Sass/Scss)" by typing: subl . Now I know what you're thinking, well this isn't new, you're telling me that you can open files too?! (Duh) anyway I … Continue reading How to Open Sublime Text from Mac OS X Terminal