How do I get PHP errors to display?

Display errors is usually always turned off in the php.ini or your Apache config file to stop the wrong people seeing details of your server if something goes wrong. When debugging code I always add the following three lines to the top of the script I am looking at: That prints out all the errors I need.


Laravel Project Setup

Install via Composer You can install Laravel by issuing the Composer create-project command in your terminal: Once the project is installed you can view in your brower, you will need to point your local server to the public folder. Or you can also run the following command to start a development server on Once … Continued

Writing Code in Your WordPress Posts

To set your code aside so that it looks like a box of code which may be copied and pasted within other code or template file, you can use the <pre> HTML tag. The <pre> tag instructs the browser to use a monospaced font, but to exactly reproduce whatever is inside of the <pre> tags. Every space, line break, every bit of code … Continued

ACF Pro Composer Install

When installing Advanced Custom Fields (ACF) Pro via composer I was getting the following error: “The requested package advanced-custom-fields/advanced-custom-fields-pro could not be found in any version, there may be a typo in the package name.” To resolve this I had to add a custom repository to my composer.json file in the repositories section: { “type”: … Continued