I use CPTs on three of my 15 WordPress sites. I never put them in my theme’s function if I can help it.
I strongly believe in owning my own data wherever possible, and being responsible for it.
How an art history lesson will help you be a better judge of what plugins are safe(r) to install on your WordPress site.
If you’re on a VPS you can always bail yourself out of a DoS. If you’re on Shared hosting, you’re more limited, but not abandoned.
When you’ve just had enough, you learn something new. Today it’s running my own web-RSS reader.
Redirecting URLs with .htaccess is easy, right up until you start tossing subdomains and mapped domains into the mix.
A weekend spent sorting out ColorBox and how to bring a gallery into the 2010s.
Stop trying to move your content. Separate code from Content and your life will be easier.
Making your site run faster, when you don’t have access to the root of your server, is hard, but not impossible.
There is no plugin I have to have for a WP site. I can do without all of them, if I wanted. But I understand the difference between wants and needs.