We all know this adage: Your data is only as secure as your last backup. But how do you backup? What do you backup? Where do you put it so that your data is safe, secure, and above all, accessible in a pinch?
This is not a post about how to use Onion Tor to obfuscate who you are. It’s about how I know who you are.
This came up because I’m considering moving to cloud hosting. I don’t have to, yet, and since it’d cost me an extra $25 to $30 a month, I’m not planning on it just yet. (Actually, it would be pretty much WHAT I pay now, if I drop cPanel, which is an extra. But for the […]
There are two WordPresses. This confuses lots of people, to the point that Matt Mullenweg has implied he’ll never name something like this again. It’s almost as confusing as pages vs posts, which is a whole different post. WordPress.org – The location of the software you can download and install your own WordPress blog on […]
Hotlinking is putting a link to someone else’s webpage’s graphic on your site. This is also called bandwidth theft. Directly linking to a website’s files (images, video, etc.) means that when someone accesses your website, they draw bandwidth from another. If you use an IMG tag to show a picture from someone else’s page on […]
Or: Your server is a special snowflake and, therefore, isn’t the same as my server.
If you’re using an unmodified theme, this is something you’ll never need to worry about. But if you’ve made one, teeny tiny, change to a theme, then you need to consider Child Themes.
If you’re running a website, you have a lot more responsibility than just yourself.
When you move from Single WordPress to MultiSite, you can leave your images where they are, or you can move them to the new structure.
So you’ve have a plugin and you’ve finally released it on WordPress.org to allow the masses. It’s going well, you’ve run a couple revisions with no major issues. But how can you tell how ‘well’ your plugin is actually doing? Realistically, you’re going to have to wait a while, maybe even a year, for things […]