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Archive for November, 2017
Most people seem to have switched to statically generated blogs like Hugo by now, but I’ve been using WordPress for some 13 years and combined with WP-Super-Cache it’s been static for pretty much that entire time. There’s little point to putting in extra time and effort just for some extra nerd cred.
On the downside, every new 4.0+ release seems to add more cruft to the header. My
functions.php consists of an ever-growing list of
remove_action incantations. Here’s the latest addition, necessitated by WordPress 4.9.
// remove WP 4.9+ dns-prefetch nonsense remove_action( 'wp_head', 'wp_resource_hints', 2 );
For those interested, here’s my full messy collection, including a few hints I commented out.
Wait, what? You heard me. On Windows you can set sample rates per sound card. It looks like this.
In PulseAudio you’re limited to a primary and secondary sample rate. I’ve actually been using
pasuspender more, also because its AC3 passthrough never seemed to work.
When I logged in, WordPress tried to inform me that the particular browser I was using was out of date.
So, is it?
Well, we can take a look at the Firefox ESR download page to find out.
Nope. Still Firefox 52, which will remain supported until Firefox 60.
Always fun, these automated checks. 🙂