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konstantin kovshenin wordpress, automattic and open source menu skip to content home about contact buy me a beer subscribe follow @kovshenin .blog as you may have heard, automattic recently secured the rights to operate the sale and registration of .blog — a new top-level domain, which is currently in the sunrise period, where trademark owners can apply. the landrush period, where anyone can apply for their desired .blog domains, is scheduled for november 2nd, and public launch is expected on november 21st. however, a few select bloggers were granted the possibility to get .blog domains sooner as part of the founders program, and i was very lucky to be one of them. welcome to konstantin.blog — a new home for my archive of almost eight years worth of writing on many topics, including seo (yeah…), aws, twitter, robotics, linux, php, wordcamps and wordpress. i admit i have neglected this place for a while, haven’t posted as much as i should have, and i can probably come up with plenty of excuses. but this new domain comes with a little string attached — i have to write more frequently, which i intend to do, so watch out for fresh thoughts, ideas, tips and hacks, and a lot of wordpress of course. if you’re looking for your own .blog domain, head over to get.blog for more information and updates. posted on august 23, 2016 by konstantin kovshenin. | tagged blogging, personal wordcamp moscow 2016 recap wordcamp moscow 2016 was held this weekend in the amazing digital october center. fourteen speakers from russia, ukraine and lithuania, two tracks with great content on design, programming, blogging, business and of course seo. huge props to dmitry mayorov for taking on the lead organizer role and making the best out of it. we had a little over 200 attendees this year, and the event was quite a success. 92% of the survey respondents said that the event was “great” or “good,” and only 8% said it was “okay” or “could be better.” nobody said it was awful, so that’s a win. a fair amount of new speakers applied this year, in fact, five of them never spoke at a wordcamp before. the overall survey results (speakers and their talks) were good. not amazing, but good. we decided to divide up the two tracks by “anticipated popularity” this year, rather than by content, which i think worked out really well, although some attendees complained in the survey. a small number of attendees didn’t like some of the talks because they were “too basic” or “too vague.” well yeah, that happens. the breaks were long, as usual, pizza for lunch, better-than-last-year coffee, fruits and snacks. we even had a lovely press wall this year, with the conference and sponsor logos, which attendees (and photographers) really enjoyed. the sponsors area was much more active this year, with all four of our platinum sponsors having their own table or booth. the after-party was in a cafe/restaurant in the same building, where luckily this year we were able to negotiate a cheaper selection of beers, juices, waters and wines for our pre-order to fit our budget, so we didn’t run out as quickly as we did last year. the talk besides being on the wordcamp moscow organizing team, i was also a speaker. my talk was about memory management in wordpress and why increasing the php memory limit is a bad idea. it was targeted at advanced users and developers, though beginner users were also happy to hear they shouldn’t get a more expensive server if their memory consumption averages around 90%. the slides are available on slideshare, the video will be up on wordpress.tv around september. again, thanks to dmitry mayorov, the wordcamp moscow 2016 organizing team, all the speakers and volunteers, for making such a great event. i really hope that attendees from other cities and countries were inspired enough to create their own wordpress meetup group, and start working towards a wordcamp in their area. posted on august 16, 2016 by konstantin kovshenin. | tagged events, moscow, russia, wordcamp | 1 comment what the queries i’ve never been a fan of ides, complex debugging tools with breakpoints, variable watch lists and all that fancy stuff. var_dump() and print_r() have always been my best friends. recently i was playing around with the caching arguments in wp_query, trying to combine that with update_meta_cache() while sticking wp_suspend_cache_addition() somewhere there in the middle, and it quickly became a mess, so i wanted to know what queries am i actually running under the hood. i came up with this little piece, which i think i’ll use more often from now on: // assuming savequeries in set to true. $globals['wpdb']->queries = array(); // all the magic goes here var_dump( $globals['wpdb']->queries ); this gives you a nice list of sql queries that were triggered only by that magic code in between. works great when you need a quick sanity check on all those caching arguments, priming meta or term caches, splitting queries and whatnot. obviously it empties the initial set of queries, so anything in debug bar, query monitor, etc. will no longer be accurate. what’s your favorite way to keep track of queries? posted on april 29, 2016 by konstantin kovshenin. | tagged performance, snippets, tips, wordpress | 5 comments wordcamp russia 2015 recap we did it. wordcamp russia 2015 was held last weekend in the amazing digital october center in moscow. attendance didn’t change much from last year — we saw about 200 people in person, but a lot of them (~ 60%) were folks who never attended a wordcamp before. the attendees survey showed great results, pretty much in line with last year and with what we expected overall. the pizza was good, the lounge music was praised, the presentations were terrific. one thing that stood out was a gentleman, who for some reason decided that it was okay to jump up on stage during a presentation, and point out some (supposedly) mistakes that the speaker had made in their code. awkward. i guess we’re going to have to hire a bouncer next year. here are some other things we learned this year: some communities don’t care about wapuu and friends, they’d rather have a t-shirt with a w logo instead if you’re playing music in the hallway during breaks and lunch, make sure you normalize all the tracks lights, shooting video and a projector don’t go well together, luckily inverting some slides helps with two tracks available perhaps it’s a better idea to split presentations by popularity, rather than just user/dev launching a screen recording on the presenter’s laptop during their talk is a great idea, video production goes much faster big thanks to the organizing team, all the volunteers, speakers and sponsors who made wordcamp russia a success! posted on august 20, 2015 by konstantin kovshenin. | tagged events, russia, wordcamp, wordpress | 3 comments capture the flag / ota 2015 this past weekend i participated in my first capture the flag challenge which was hosted by matt hamilton (eriner) and other folks of the ota team. it was an epic 72 hours. we teamed up with my brother and took 5th place. during those 72 hours i learned a lot more than i knew about steganography, cryptography, filesystem superblocks, and even got to sharpen my math skills. i must admit i knew nothing (or maybe forgot everything) about calculus. my favorite challenge was cracking an enigma-encoded message. it turns out that the military version of this 1920s machine has over 158 quintillion (!) different ways to setup the initial key. my first blind attempt at bruteforcing it yielded only one million combinations in about 10 minutes. yeah, good luck with that. luckily there are much more effective algorithms to crack the message in fewer steps (yes, faster than the turing bombe), by relying on quadgram statistics, given that we know the language of the original message. thanks to the ota team for hosting this online event! if you’re looking to join such an event in the future, check out ctftime.org. posted on march 9, 2015 by konstantin kovshenin. | tagged events | 1 comment color options vs. decisions in wordpress themes one feature i was particularly excited about in twenty fourteen is the “accent color” which lets you personalize your theme by changing the default green to whatever you like. unfortunately the feature was removed in #26220, mainly due to the fact that it allowed users to make bad choices, like using a color with a bad contrast, rendering their website ugly and unusable1. i’ve been thinking about this a lot after that commit, and even more lately. many themes come with color options these days and the vast majority suffer from the very same problem — poor user choices. take weaver for instance. the options panel will let you adjust the color of probably any single element on your site: i can’t say i love weaver’s default look and feel — it’s okay. but it’ll only take a few minutes for an average wordpress user to completely ruin it without even knowing it. then again, weaver is a pretty popular theme on wordpress.org and if i had to guess why — it’s the amount of freedom it gives its users via theme options. but that freedom comes with a price. and i’m not talking about the theme’s pro version, no. i’m talking about the risk users take unknowingly. the risk that could result in poor usability, ugliness and insanely high bounce rates, even if the site looks “just perfect” to the owner. so how can we protect our users from poor decisions, while still giving them their beloved color options? providing a predefined set of color schemes is one way of doing it, but this post is about something different. contrast correction with sass or less you’re probably already familiar with css preprocessors, so here’s an interesting piece on accessibility and contrast with sass and less. you can use brightness() or lightness() to help you choose better contrasting colors. you can use darken() and lighten() to alter your colors for better contrast. you can take it a step further and calculate the color luminance and contrast ratios. but building your wordpress theme stylesheet with sass or less is one thing. providing users with an option that could somehow magically change and recompile your css is another. one way is to bundle a sass or less php-based compiler inside your theme, though i’m not sure if the folks over at the theme review team would be very happy about that. a better way would be to offload css compilation into a plugin, ideally one that’s already active on millions of websites, like jetpack :) jetpack custom css one of the lesser known features in jetpack’s custom css module is the availability of both less and sass preprocessors, which means that jetpack already bundles the necessary php libraries, and exposes them via functions, such as jetpack_sass_css_preprocess(): $accent_color = get_theme_mod( 'accent_color', '#00ff00' ); $sass = sprintf( '$accent-color: %s;', $accent_color ); $sass .= get_the_rest_of_the_sass_code(); $css = jetpack_sass_css_preprocess( $sass ); // boom! so in the rest of the sass code you can use the $accent-color variable which is defined by the user: .element { background: $accent-color; color: if( lightness( $accent-color ) > 50, 'black', 'white' ); &:hover { background: darken( $accent-color, 5% ); } } where you get the rest of the sass code is entirely up to you. you can store it as a string in a php file, you can query the file system for the actual sass file (note that theme check won’t let you use file_get_contents()) or you can even wp_remote_get() it, perhaps as a fallback if nothing else works. sass and less compilation can take a while, especially when you start using math functions like pow() or nthroot() (you’ll need these for luminance), so make sure you’re not compiling your stylesheets on the fly on every single request. instead, you can grab a hash of the color choices, and perhaps the stylesheet version, and cache the compiled css forever in a theme mod, and if the colors are changed, you’ll simply overwrite the cached entry. example semicolon is a magazine theme i released earlier this year. it was built with sass already, so i simply extracted all the color definitions from the main stylesheet into a new colors.scss file, and then used some basic regex to inject user color values and recompile the stylesheet with jetpack. i also added automatic contrast correction which is on by default. so if the user picks bad contrasting colors, semicolon will lighten or darken them until a contrast ratio threshold is reached. this guarantees a certain level of readability, even if it means drastically changing the user colors, like yellow to almost brown. so this: becomes this: obviously this is purely experimental for now, and there are probably some edge cases where users would want to turn auto contrast off. for example, in semicolon you can’t set that sidebar widget fill color to the same color you’ve chosen for your page background. in fact, here’s what happens when you set all three values to white: which i don’t think is bad, but it will certainly surprise many users. i guess a little tooltip message about why they’re not seeing the colors they’ve picked could help them understand what we did there. you can grab the theme from wordpress.org or browse the theme code on github. the sass magic lives inside css/colors.scss and the compilation and caching code is in functions.php (custom_colors() method). it’s not meant to be perfect, but i think it’s a good start. give it a spin and let me know what you think. you’ll need jetpack’s custom css module active. if you’re working locally, you’ll want jetpack’s development mode. i appreciate your thoughts and comments! 1. there’s a neat plugin for the default twenty fourteen theme called fourteen colors, which also adjusts contrasts using php. posted on august 28, 2014 by konstantin kovshenin. | 3 comments an alternative to @import in wordpress child themes using child themes in wordpress is a great way to modify an existing theme, however the css @import directive is slower than it has to be, so you should try and avoid it. here’s why. if it takes 200ms to load the child theme’s stylesheet, and 200ms to load the parent theme’s css, a modern web browser should take approximately 200ms to load both of them, because modern browsers load assets in parallel. unfortunately this is not true for css @import. let me quote google: the browser must download, parse, and execute first.css before it is able to discover that it needs to download second.css. which means that instead of 200ms, with @import it’ll take the web browser approximately 400ms to load both stylesheets. here’s a typical child theme’s css: /** * theme name: my child theme * template: parent-theme */ @import url(../parent-theme/style.css); /* my child theme css */ we can drop the @import statement, and make good use of functions.php and the wp_enqueue_style() function: // faster than @import add_action( 'wp_enqueue_scripts', 'my_child_theme_scripts' ); function my_child_theme_scripts() { wp_enqueue_style( 'parent-theme-css', get_template_directory_uri() . '/style.css' ); } and we don’t need to re-declare dependencies because the child theme’s functions.php is loaded before the parent theme’s. unless, of course, the parent theme uses a different action priority, in which case we should just match it. that’s +1 to our pagespeed score :) posted on august 26, 2014 by konstantin kovshenin. | tagged performance, themes, tips, wordpress | 18 comments megafon moscow: privacy & advertising funny thing happened today. my car insurance expired, so i called my insurance company (reso) from my cellphone. nobody answered my call, it was friday evening after all, so i hung up and decided to call them on monday. a few hours later, i received a text-message: for those of you who can’t read russian, it’s an advert from inhelp, a different insurance company offering its services. the message came from promo — the official megafon advertising channel. at first i thought it was a coincidence, so i asked my wife to dial the same number and moments later she gets the exact same text advert! i wouldn’t consider this a big deal if i had registered on some website online and given them my phone number. i would actually expect them to sell the number to third-party advertisers, but this is different. here’s what i think: megafon moscow, one of the three largest network operators in russia, is not only selling my phone number to advertisers, but also the fact that a phone call was made to a certain number. at this point i wouldn’t be surprised if a recording of the phone call was also handed over. talk about privacy. posted on august 22, 2014 by konstantin kovshenin. | tagged personal | 2 comments wordcamp russia 2014 the second wordcamp in russia was a success, with almost 200 attendees and a great lineup of 14 speakers from all over russia and abroad, including ukraine and even germany. i’m not going to go into much planning details like i did last year. everything was mostly the same, with the exception of having almost twice as many speakers, two tracks, pizza for lunch, a new logo (which everybody thought was a splash), as well as little irritating things that made planning more stressful — like the absence of parking spots close to the venue, problems with shipping anything from the us to russia, and the fact that we bought about 10x more coffee than we ended up serving. in any case, the post-wordcamp survey showed a 96% satisfaction rate, which definitely works for me. now back to reading those new 4.0 commits, and still struggling for inbox zero, even though it’s been over a week now. photos from wordcamp russia 2014 are on facebook. slides from my talk about scaling wordpress can be found here, the videos from all the sessions should appear on wordpress.tv in a few weeks. posted on august 18, 2014 by konstantin kovshenin. | tagged wordcamp, wordpress stay tuned for wordcamp russia 2014 last year we had a blast and this year we’re planning to have an even bigger one. wordcamp russia 2014 will be held on august 9th in moscow. we have a line up of 14 speakers ready to deliver some wordpress awesomeness in two simultaneous tracks, at the popular digital october conference center in moscow. tickets are available at $20, which includes a full day of learning and networking, food, coffee breaks, after-party and of course swag. see you in moscow! posted on july 7, 2014 by konstantin kovshenin. | tagged events, russia, wordcamp | 1 comment post navigation ← older posts recent posts .blog wordcamp moscow 2016 recap what the queries wordcamp russia 2015 recap capture the flag / ota 2015 i'm konstantin kovshenin, a wordpress junkie and an automattician living in moscow, russia. i love to contribute to wordpress and do other geeky stuff. if you need help with wordpress, don't hesitate to ping me. all posts are based on my opinion only. proudly powered by wordpress theme: publish by konstantin kovshenin.


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