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Moving from to https on WordPress: My process
I’ve moved many WordPress sites from http to https. The easiest ways are as follows: If you’re hosted with SiteGround, they have a one-cli Read more
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Moving from non-www to www in WordPress
So having your website prepended with www has some technical advantages. Not having www is called a “naked domain name.” Th Read more
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From WAMP to Instant WordPress (IWP)
As a Windows user and WordPress developer, I used to develop websites on my local machine using WAMP (Windows Apache, MySQL, and PHP). This turns my c Read more
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Fixing a hacked site and what I learned
So a client of mind, and his WordPress website that I didn’t build was hacked. He asked if I could fix it. Here’s what I learned throughou Read more
How to speed up WordPress and pass the Google Page Speed Test
Updated: Feb 2021 In order to speed up your website, you need to do the following 10 things. This will not only help you pass the Google Page Speed te Read more
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AdBlock blocks WordPress images
I was using the WordPress plugin Force Regenerate Thumbnails to change the dimensions of product images on an ecommerce website. After makin Read more
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WordPress Theme Support
I see these job ads for as­sist­ance with Word­Press themes. Usu­ally the per­son wants some ad­di­tion­al func­tion­al­ity ad­ded, or it& Read more
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Custom Style All Your Form Elements with Pure CSS and NO Javascript
As a de­sign­er, be­ing able to style every HTML ele­ment with CSS is what I de­sire, and not hav­ing to use ad­di­tion­al scripts to do it i Read more
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Firefox & Responsive Testing
Someone no­ti­fied me of a prob­lem they were hav­ing test­ing a re­spons­ive site us­ing Fire­fox. The site wasn’t shrink­ing in the Read more
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Micro Center micro SD cards
For some reas­on, my Mi­cro Cen­ter branded SD card just stop work­ing re­cently. I didn’t use it for more than 3 months be­fore it failed Read more