I have created my own system for retrieving data from my digital receipts by scouring through incoming emails that meet the specific criteria set in cPanel.
After a little trial and error, I settled on some simple PHP and a few steps to get the desired result. As soon as a new receipt email comes in, the PHP script will read through its contents and store a copy of the relevant data – just the date, business name and total – in a CSV which you can download to use later for your bookkeeping.
My favourite WordPress self-made plugin has hit its 4,000 mark. I’ve introduced a timely feature that I’ve wanted to show special opening hours conditionally – but only if they exist for a given time period.
I have created a new shop for Garry and Go Wild At The Warren to sell their extensive stock list of scopes, UK-permitted weapons, ammunition and other accessories using their existing website at Sussex Shooting.
Just completed a revamp of a Weebly website, moving it to WordPress and improving its usability for all devices and ironing out the quote and ordering process for the putter restoration and renovation process.
Another handy script that I originally created in 2014, but updated to perform some sanity checks. This script will check for all files older than x months, or just targeting the junk emails, and permanently delete these emails.