How to insert inline Javascript in WordPress Block with Gutenberg Editor

I searched around and it wasn’t super obvious, but apparently with the new Gutenberg editor, you can insert inline javascript by adding an HTML Block. The downside is that by default there is no syntax highlighting, but it’s simple and FAST. No more fiddling around with silly plugins to get javascript on to your page. … Continue reading “How to insert inline Javascript in WordPress Block with Gutenberg Editor”

Squarespace Subscription Service Problems! Webmasters check with your customers.

I’ve been seeing emails and tweets flying around that Squarespace’s subscription products have been double charging customers regardless of their purchase date. In addition, if these early charges fail twice, the customers current subscription is automatically cancelled. This is a terrible problem for all users of Squarespace’s subscription services to deal with. If you are … Continue reading “Squarespace Subscription Service Problems! Webmasters check with your customers.”

Canceled Laravel Forge Subscription and SSL Certifications aren’t renewing?

A few months ago, I was fresh on the beat trying to get a few new projects stood up on Laravel. I was having a few issues with manually setting up the server blocks on Nginx so I decided to go the easy route and pay for a temporary subscription on Laravel Forge, which is … Continue reading “Canceled Laravel Forge Subscription and SSL Certifications aren’t renewing?”

How to Use Sumproduct to Divide instead of Multiply

Sumproduct is powerful Excel formula to multiply 2 or more paired ranges (aka arrays or lists) together and sum the product.  This is most commonly used in areas like payroll where you have a list of people, their hours worked, and their pay rate.  If you wanted to get the total payroll for the period you have … Continue reading “How to Use Sumproduct to Divide instead of Multiply”

Formula to Add Leading Zeros in Excel

To make a set of numbers of varying length into strings with the same number of characters, try using the TEXT formula.  This formula won’t handle strings, so if you need to add leading zeros to an alphanumeric identifier you might have to try modifying the VBA formula pasted at the end. Here’s an example: … Continue reading “Formula to Add Leading Zeros in Excel”