WordPress has a habit of storing serialized PHP data in the database. This is fine if you’re working in PHP, but when you migrate a website from one domain to
Quick bash script for downloading latest WordPress on a server via ssh.
wget http://wordpress.org/latest.tar.gz && tar xfz latest.tar.gz && rm -rf wordpress/wp-content/ && mv wordpress/* ./ && rm -rf wordpress/ && rm -rf latest.tar.gz
I’m determined to start blogging again, let’s see how long it lasts this time.
To start off, here’s a few things that have changed around here.
I got a new job at Vivo Group. Time has flown by, it’ll be 18 months soon.
We got a puppy. My best mate, Maverick.
And we’re expecting… A girl in August. I can’t wait!
Perhaps WordPress should make that the default tag line….
I had high hopes of bogging regularly but seems I have failed you all. Check back next year.
Just stumbled across this link that is well worth bookmarking if you do any wrestling with Apache. It’s an extensive list of tips & tricks for everyone’s favourite hidden file, the ol’ .htaccess.