Welcome to Travis.Media, a hub for all things involving web development, web design, freelancing, WordPress, Blogging, and simply conquering life!
By way of a quick introduction, my name is Travis Rodgers and in the course of one year I was able to learn how to code and step out of my 9 to 5 desk job into the freelance world of Web Development.
If you are interested in reading about my journey, step-by-step how I did it, and the lessons I learned along the way, you can grab my free ebook.
…but as mentioned
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One trait of a good developer is a person that can write code, not copy and paste it only. Or at least doing the former much more than the latter.
I was a copy and paste developer for a long time, relying heavily on Stack Overflow code that I would snatch and then alter to meet the conditions of my own purposes.
Now I’m not saying you can’t do this, but you should reach a point where you can produce a lot of code from scratch, talking through it out loud and actually “writing code.”
- You will receive 3 emails a week over the course of 12 weeks starting this coming Monday at 7 a.m.. You should devote 20 minutes for each of these 12 days and work through the material until you complete the 12th and final lesson.
These 30 common methods include easy ones like slice, join, and indexOf, and steadily progress to the more complex methods like reduce and map.
So sign up now for free, and look for the first email Monday at 7 a.m.
Also available as an e-book. More info here —> 20 Minute Methods
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March 7, 2018
While the developers of WordPress take security seriously, the real vulnerabilities are found within our plugins & themes. There are a number of solid solutions available today: Sucuri, Ithemes, Wordfence, etc. Here, I want to review a new contender, MalCare. Here's the MalCare review
March 5, 2018
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February 27, 2018
Are you learning to code at a good pace and making steady progress toward your goals, or are you running into roadblocks and setbacks that keep you feeling less confident in your career development? In this post, you will discover 5 growth-stunting habits that you must avoid as you learn to code and progress as a new
February 22, 2018
As some of you may have noticed, I removed the sidebar from my blog posts. In addition, you may have observed a trend towards this
February 20, 2018
Since the beginning of this year, I have been able to increase website traffic by 500%. This comes as a result of taking what had been largely a hobby blog and transforming it into a purposeful, yet passionate, business. In this post, I want to show you how to do this for your own blog by providing 10 actionable steps
February 15, 2018
If you are looking for an all-in-one social media manager where you can take relevant content, schedule it across multiple platforms, monitor your growth, and engage your followers at a one-time affordable price, then take a minute and read this Social Bee review and I'll explain why.
February 12, 2018
But this year it was different. While I still got my W-2 and filed as normal, I also had about $10,000 in earnings from the side gig. What do I do with that? Well, in this post I will try to give a simple outline on what you need to do differently when you file taxes when freelancing on the side.
February 9, 2018
I never realized the importance of music to listen to while coding until I starting working from home full-time, freelancing. I don't have a big house,
February 7, 2018
I am going to show you how to make basic CSS changes without any coding knowledge OR at least make them temporarily in the browser so that you can convey specific requests to your developer saving them time, and you money.