So there I was, sitting in a bar at the Digital October center drinking orange juice (more on that later) and thinking that we did it. More than 5 months of preparation, endless phone calls, and a blast of email conversations was over and I could finally breathe out and say that WordCamp Moscow 2016 was a success.
Yesterday I organized my first WordPress meetup in my home city Chelyabinsk. Yes, the one with the meteor, but let’s not focus on that. Before me, it was organized just once a year ago. I decided to restart the tradition and here’s what went out of it.
I am very glad that I had a chance to participate in the WordCamp London that took place at London Metropolitan University on 8th-10th of April. And even it was almost a month ago I still remember this event with a warm feeling.
In this post I want to share with you a small command line tool that I wrote a little while ago. I was once faced with a very simple task, I needed to change the color scheme of the theme. It included changing the link color, the link hover color and the colors of some secondary elements. The task itself is very easy but does have some perks, so I decided to automate it.