WordPress Core Contribute

Easiest Guide To Contribute To WordPress Core

If you are just looking to start how you could contribute in WordPress Core, the possibility is after some digging you are getting a bit confused or thinking you might need a lot of CLI experiences to contribute. I am preparing this guide as anybody who could hardly code or near zero-cli experience could jump start.

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Installing WordPress On A 12 Years Old Tiny Wireless Router Costs Just $25

You could surely ask, why anybody wants to install WordPress in a 12 years old $25 tiny router. But if you are crazy enough this article is an epic one. You don't even need MySQL, it usage SQLite in a USB Storage. This is surely one of the science project type experiment. But you could surely use this for other useable case to run WordPress under 64MB RAM.

 

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[How-To] HTTP/2 + WordPress + NGiNX + HHVM/PHP7 + MariaDB + Let’s Encrypt SSL = Free Super-Fast HTTPS Website

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As you could see now this blog of mine is on HTTPS and  the SSL Certificate is 100% PCI-Compliant,  rated A+ in SSL Test. Here I will share how it's super easy to get HTTPS for your WordPress website. It's free and should not take more than few minutes to set up.

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How To Install & Benchmark Linux Server Using GeekBench

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As like any server geek, I like to benchmark whatever new recipe I am cooking. Geekbench is one of many tools I use to measure performance. Geekbench is easy, not too much resource extensive, so you could run it even in live production server, which everything keep working as it is. But I would suggest you run those operation in your low hour.

Here is very simple guide to run Geekbench in your Linux server.

 

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Difference Between home_url() and site_url() in WordPress

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home_url() and site_url() in WordPress is very simple thing, but could be little bit confusing. Look at the image, then I described below –

From Setting -> General
1) WordPress Address (URL) = site_url()
2) Site Address (URL) = home_url( )

You could force rewrite that from wp-config.php too. Remembering is easy, its just opposite to what is says, so in Setting “Site Address (URL)” is home_url not the site_url as it looks from the words. Savvy?

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Weird W3 Total Cache Install Errors & Solution

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If you are testing something new, there is always chance to break things, that's why you should always have a fail-safe system. Thing is sometime situation could be a bit different. I decide to test “WP-Rocket”, so disabled W3 Total Cache. I will write a separate article about my experience with “WP-Rocket”. Soon, when I decide to revert back to W3 Total Cache, I started to get weird errors, here I will explain how I solved it.

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How To Secure Server After Heartbleed OpenSSL Vulnerability

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Heartbleed is probably the worst thing ever happen to internet in whole. Its old news, all server and application should be already updated. If your server is not, here I will share very basic process to fix it, should not have more then 1 min. Yes, just 1 min and your server will be secured from Heartbleed Vulnerability.

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Flush DNS

How To Flush DNS in Windows, Mac and Linux

Webmaster might need to Flush DNS when you are changing Nameserver or updating DNS. And for user when some website you visit frequently updating their DNS, you also need to flush your DNS to see the change immediately. Here I will share super simple process to flush dns cache.

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Solution For PHP Split Function Deprecated Error

split() is a very common PHP function. Here I am not going to discuss its usage. But I will give a super simple solution for the error “Deprecated: Function split() is deprecated“. This error is annoying, and will happen to everyone using split() function. So, keep reading for the super easy solution.

Why We Are Getting This Error Suddenly?

From PHP.net

preg_split(), which uses a Perl-compatible regular expression syntax, is often a faster alternative to split(). If you don't require the power of regular expressions, it is faster to use explode(), which doesn't incur the overhead of the regular expression engine.

And, apparently “split” is removed as of PHP 5.3.x, in the preparation for PHP 6.0.
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