MichaelWritten by Michael - His career path has allowed him to incorporate his creative eye with a love of programming, analytical thinking, and learning. Michael has been married to his lovely wife Yohana since 2012. They have four wonderful children, two St. Bernard dogs, and a chinchilla.
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  1. March 06, 2021

    If you’ve worked with the Google My Business admin interface, you know that tracking down specific details (especially when working with hundreds of listings) can be a daunting task. This often requires digging into individual listings to pull various insights and data. Combing through all these listings and copy/pasting pertinent info into a spreadsheet is […]

  2. October 31, 2020

    Video is arguably the most powerful and influential medium available. As global internet access, smartphone availability and wireless coverage continues to grow, the ability to reach people across the globe with compelling video does the same. Oftentimes you’ll want to include a video within email – which, of course, is not technically possible… iframe embeds […]

  3. August 14, 2020

    Occasionally I need to spend time investigating an installation to determine: “What code is still needed?” Sometimes I’m working with a lean code base that powers a small 5-page installation. Those projects are easy because spending a few seconds manually checking the resulting website is enough to conclude whether some CSS definitions can be safely […]

  4. August 02, 2020

    Have you ever found yourself making minor edits to a featured image, or description blurb, and then re-running the URL through Facebook’s Share Debugger, or the Google Rich Results Test? I have. It got tiring. All that copy/pasting of URLs, tab switching, refreshing. So I created a plugin that made it easier – after installation […]

  5. June 18, 2020

    Inheritance: As developers, we can inherit the work of others. This could happen for many reasons. Perhaps the original developer(s) had moved on to another position within (or without) the company. Or maybe the initial iteration of the project was developed by a contractor. For whatever reason, projects and installations can get handed off to […]