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Lars Miller

Lars is a front-end and WordPress developer.

How Do I Start Coding?

How Do I Start Coding?

When I tell people what I do for a living, I’m often confronted with the question, “How does one start coding?” They’re not asking what life decisions led to...

Dev Meetups

Dev Meetups

A few weeks ago we hosted a development meetup here at eyespeak with North Point Ministry’s development team and our own. Russell Todd led the discussion and tutorial, which...

Last Day of my 20s

Last Day of my 20s

I’ve been avoiding this for 30 years now, but it’s time. Tomorrow (Dec 5th, 2013), I jump to a new tier in the game of life: my 30s. I’m...

Cropping Images Purely with CSS While Keeping it Responsive

Cropping Images Purely with CSS While Keeping it Responsive

Well, it’s not really “cropping,” but it’s the same effect… *You need to first know the height and width of your image to calculate the desired output.* We had...

Custom CSS for AddThis Share Buttons Function for WordPress

Custom CSS for AddThis Share Buttons Function for WordPress

I like AddThis, but their button style didn’t set well on our website. So, using AddThis‘ API, I recently created a custom share button (designed by John Howard) to...

Simple Video Gallery

Simple Video Gallery

I was having trouble finding a way to have multiple YouTube and Vimeo videos on one page and not have it possible to have two videos playing at once....

The Perfect Front-End Dev Setup

Man, I love our new Dev Cave here at eyespeak. It’s the perfect place to shut the door and crank out some code. One of the cool things is...

Redirect Non-Logged-In WordPress Users

So, I’m creating a site that will only have a login screen and a logged in area. In other words, there should be no other viewable page other than...

Wisdom from Saint Day

This past Monday at our team meeting we had Day Adeogba as a guest speaker. Day is a health, strength, and success coach, and inspires people to personal greatness....

Secure Websites

Holy crap, guess what I just found out? Newer versions of PLESK (in my case 10.4) can house secure and non-secure content in the same folder by default. This...