The following command will establish an SSH connection to your web server using Terminal.
$ ssh ssh://<username>@<server-address>:<port>
Requires two previous steps:
- Grant SSH access permission on your host for your IP address.
- Have uploaded and authorised (in cPanel) your public SSH key, which was generated on your local machine.
Some software is provided with a checksum for ensuring it hasn’t been tampered with, here’s how to check it.
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A quick reference for Advanced Custom Fields for WordPress, to be used to get a project started quickly.
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This method works for WordPress posts as well as custom post types.
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How to create a reusable header component, containing a dynamic page title and sub-menu.
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The generated key consists of a pair of files, one private and one public. It’s very important that you never share the private key, ever. While you will use the public key to authenticate with the external service.
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There may come a time where a theme or plugin cannot be updated for some reason or another, while it persistently harasses you in WP Admin.
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A method for serving HTML5 video on your website via Google Drive, saving bandwidth and reducing server load.
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Load WordPress scripts and styles the right way, by adding the following code to functions.php.
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Use Softaculous from cPanel to backup WordPress to Google Drive automatically on a schedule, be it daily, weekly or a custom frequency.
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