As I write this post, I am uploading a mess of files that I’ve been working on for the past month or two that make up the first real Abramski site. I use the word real, because I don’t believe downloading a theme you like and calling it your own flies if you are any type of developer or designer. For years now, I’ve had a theme or two up here masquerading as my site while I wrote some blog posts and I’m somewhat embarrassed about it. I had no portfolio to speak of because I had no work that felt like my own that I really wanted to showcase. This site was always meant to be a priority but like many other designers and developers, I put off getting this site together for years. Read more …
I just released an addon module for PyroCMS. For those of you that may not know, PyroCMS is a content management system built on Codeigniter. For those of you that may not know Codeigniter, Google that shit. I can’t explain everything.
The Fonts module manages, protects and obfuscates webfonts. Your webfonts are protected by checking
HTTP_REFERER to make sure that only requests from your website will be allowed to download the fonts. Direct directory download of the fonts is denied with an .htaccess rule in the fonts directory. The physical location of your fonts is hidden with programatic access through an encoded link. Read more …
I’ve written my first WordPress plugin and added it to WordPress’ plugin repository. It is available for download here. It’s a pretty simple plugin that I hope to add into a larger plugin that I am planning to put together for the rollout of my personal site, which has been a long time coming. Now that I don’t have a job, maybe I can complete some of these projects I have building up over the years. Below is the description of the plugin.
Uploader creates an Uploader role (a Subscriber role with an extra
uploader_upload capability) for blind file uploading within wp-admin after credentials have been input in wp-login.php. This plugin is based on the Uploadify project.