Let's say you're selecting a DOM element like list items.
Option #1, use a spread:
const items = [... document.querySelectorAll('li')];
Option #2, use Array.from:
While importing data into a local MySQL database in Laravel I hit this issue:
PDOException::("SQLSTATE: Invalid datetime format: 1292 Incorrect datetime value: '2018-03-11 02:04:15' for column 'created_at' at row 825")
The problem is due to daylight savings time (DST). In OSX MySQL is generally set to use
SYSTEM time rather than
So, in my case, the issue was that datetime
2018-03-11 02:04:15 technically did not exist in CST.
Hi. After reviewing your site again I see that you are using a custom content type (portfolio) for the content, which is why it doesn't show up on the home page like standard posts.
You could try setting a static page as the home page and using the [portfolio] shortcode as described here: https://en.support.wordpress.com/portfolios/. However, the layout won't be the same as the standard posts.
Another option is to try another theme mentioned in that help doc that has specific portfolio content type support. These may provide better layout options for you.
Apologies for the delayed response. I typed out this whole message to you at once before, but it looks like it never finished posting.