Managing development projects on a number of web hosting providers with different technologies such as NGINX, LiteSpeed or other? Containerizing your work keeps things on your local machine seperate and isolated from system values and such. In this example, we'll be running WordPress, mySQL & phpMyAdmin Create DockerFile Within a new folder, create a docker-compose.yaml […]
Curious to know how many web pages your website has indexed in Google? This quick tutorial will show you how to check the number of web pages in the search engine, why this is important and how to go about addressing any issues. No special tools or software are required to get the basic information […]
It's healthy to occassionaly self-audit your website to see how your website stands with the on-going, ever evolving changes on the web. Your website may be outdated or you simply may be missing elements that the search engines are looking for with your site. The following is a brief list of various online tools one […]
As Gutenberg increases in popularity, more websites are using the default, out of box block editor that ships with WordPress. We like the Classic Editor plugin as it allows the ability to select on per page or per post basis if you wish to use the the visual block editor or not. Classic Editor Here […]
Email has always been one of the most elusive things to try to figure out when it does not work. This is a visual tutorial for developers, designers and WordPress masters on how to send emails from your WordPress website. Having contact or inquiry forms on your website is great, but only if you can […]
WordPress plugins are simply add-on functionality you can add to your website. There is no right number as to how many plugins one should use, but if you start to use too many, you may find your website getting slow over time. In general, the golden rule is to keep plugins down to a minimum […]
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