I wanted a simple maintenance mode-looking page, sans all the bells and whistles offered by other plugins.
This is the tag WordPress. It lacks a fancy-schmancy description, likely due to the following:
- It’s so new.
- It’s undeniably fancy and self-explanatory.
- I can’t be bothered to write one.
The support for WordPress’s Gutenberg editor meets the definition of ableism in the grossest way possible, and I’ve argued with non-autistics about autism representation before.
I’m not one to share my goals—this is different. (I think.) I’m already in the progress of accomplishing these things.
This is a simple tutorial on how to customise your Visual Editor in WordPress. Once you customise your Visual Editor, you never go back. ?
This is a tutorial post walking you through how to customise your WordPress login page any way you want. You need to have FTP or cPanel access; if you don’t know what those are, you probably lack access and cannot customise your WordPress as you wish (like I have done with my login page).
Database backups are to lifesavers as website security is to a condom. At the end of the day, it’s your responsibility to make sure your site is backed up properly and secure. CodeGuard allows you to securely back up your databases and store those backups. And guess what? There’s a free version, so you have no excuse not to set up automatic website backups today.
So you wanna start a blog? Great! This post will brief you about the basics of what you need to know so you can make a well-informed decision.
Included in this post is “web hosting trade secrets”, ’cause I used to run a web hosting business.
Basically, I got hacked again, and I lost all my recent posts – including the Goodbye, Seek Liza one. It’s really frustrating, but blah. Oh well. I’m moving the posts and attachments to one WordPress for convenience so I can at least somewhat start over on 6birds. It’ll be like starting fresh, but I’ll still […]