I still consider myself to be very much a newbie when it comes to WordPress, even after completing the Udemy course which I blogged about here.
During the course, we used many different themes, from some of the default installed ones to various premium plugins using the StudioPress Genesis Framework. As soon as you start to use some of the premium plugin features, you quickly see the limitations of the standard ones. While I’m sure with a better understanding of HTML and CSS you can make them do equally clever things, the premium plugins remove the need for that knowledge, and even for someone with it, probably make things much faster and easier to achieve. (more…)
What a wonderful surprise! A good friend messaged me earlier in the week to check my address and let me know he was posting something up to me. It arrived this morning and was a bottle of Dalwhinnie 15-Year-Old Whisky. Do surprises get any better? I’ll let you know once I’ve had a dram this evening….
Another to add to my current whisky collection, which I blogged about here.
I mentioned this course in an earlier blog, but finally got it finished this week! I really like the idea of Udemy, which provides online access to hundreds of really good training courses covering a wide range of subjects. They’re pretty good value for money too – I think this WordPress course cost £15.
I thought I’d published this blog, but I’d only saved as a draft, so in terms of a timeline, I actually wrote this before I moved my blog from web to WordPress. It’s only relevant regarding the FreeBSD 9 EOL, as the problems described below had been learned before creating my WordPress jail, hence the reason it wasn’t mentioned!
Well, as my SSL certificate from an earlier blog was coming up for expiry later this month I thought I better have a go at setting up certbot on my Nginx-proxy server, so I don’t have to mess around creating a cert manually and copying it across to the server.