Author: Erik

Since I was first given a Commodore64 as a child my love for the keyboard was more than obvious! I’m Erik and I currently work in my own company in italy, where I am deployed as a fullstack developer (or one man army as you prefer). I have been studying graphics and communication but the curiosity has led me to be involved in all aspects of web design, from design to programming. I am the author/contributor of some plugins and templates for WordPress and WooCommerce, follow me on https://github.com/erikyo

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Generate HSL color schemes with SCSS and CSS Custom Properties

Here’s how to generate complex HSL color schemes with saturation, lightness and opacity with SASS and CSS variables (custom properties). All you need to do is to set the –color-hue the –color-sat and –color-luma variables that represents the hsl values of your main color. Each color will then be represented as follows: Quick Tips: In […]

How to secure the WordPress login panel with fail2bain (and without plugins)

Securing Your WordPress Site with Fail2Ban and Nginx In the ever-evolving landscape of cybersecurity, fortifying your WordPress site against malicious activities is paramount. One formidable tool in this arsenal is Fail2Ban, a versatile intrusion prevention software that adds an extra layer of protection by monitoring logs for suspicious behavior and taking preemptive actions. How Fail2Ban […]

Show a Qr Code on contact form 7 mail submit

This example show how display a  QR code on mail submit with Contact Form 7 For first go to the 3rd tab and edit the success message (the first) adding at the end %%[_date]-[_serial_number] (so the message will look like “success message sent %%[_date]-[_serial_number]”) ref. https://wordpress.org/support/topic/show-qr-code-on-successful-submission/