Providing website users with appropriate capabilities and access is a powerful built-in feature of WordPress. It is an important and helpful tool for your users as well as the administrator(s).
It is important to get familiar with the basic roles that are always there, ready to use. Go ahead and check out the overview provided by the WordPress codex. Continue reading “Hands on: User Access Management”
During the past year or so, I learned to love my BackupBuddy. Ever since I use it, migrating WordPress sites has just been a breeze.
However, lately I have had quite a few multisite installations. So far, migrating WordPress multisite still has been a pain (for me, at least), Continue reading “Migrating WordPress Multisite”
We have been trying to get Git implemented into our theme development process for a rather long time. This didn’t work out, though, since Git is a bit difficult to grab if you don’t feel at home in the abstract vicinity of the command line.
So we set out to work this out. Me, more the developer and geeky type on one side and Kirsten, my partner, designer and maker of custom WordPress themes on the other side.
We finally managed and wanted to share our experience with anybody who might be getting more and more frustrated about “just not getting Git”. Continue reading “Git for WordPress – Getting Started”