The available widgets on the WordPress dashboard are all useful, but oftentimes we do not use all of them and their presence overwhelms us. A lot of custom theme creators even limit the number of widgets shown on the dashboard to whatever are really necessary for the website that they are designing. Some even remove them altogether and create their own widgets!
MySQL is an open-source relational database management system. It is often bundled with other software to run websites and web applications. It is installed with the Apache HTTP server and the PHP language in software stacks like LAMP (Linux, Apache, MySQL and PHP) and WAMP (Windows, Apache, MySQL and PHP). It is used by Content Management Systems like WordPress, Joomla and Drupal.
The LAMP stack is a group of four open-source software used in building dynamic websites and web applications. The acronym stands for the Linux operating system, the Apache web server, the MySQL database, and the PHP programming language. In this tutorial, we will install LAMP on an Ubuntu 18.04 computer.
Migrating a website from one host to another is a headache whether you know what to do or not. You may want to move your website to another host because it has grown too big over the years and has been receiving too much traffic lately that your present hosting service cannot handle. Whatever your reason is for the hosting transfer, the following steps will make it smooth and easy. This tutorial uses cPanel (versions 80.0.23 and 82.0.8) to accomplish the task.
1. Open the Ubuntu Terminal and enter the command below:
This tutorial will teach you how to display your Most Recent Posts, Most Popular Posts, and Recommended Posts in your WordPress-powered website.
By default, you can only use one excerpt type in WordPress. You can display a certain number of characters as excerpts, you display your first paragraphs as excerpts, or other excerpt types. You can only use one of these in your WordPress site. This tutorial will teach you how to use two excerpt types for different categories.
The use of Content Management System (CMS) has drastically changed the way content is published on the internet and allowed for the mushrooming of a lot of websites. Websites built with WordPress (a CMS) account for the majority of websites online that run using CMS. Because the history of WordPress is rooted on blogging, it makes content publishing relatively easy and straightforward.
The Ubuntu Dock is the bar on your Ubuntu desktop that has the shortcut icons for the software installed on your computer. By default, it is on the left of your screen, but you can move it to the bottom or to the right.
Oftentimes you want to install some specific software on your Ubuntu machine but the software creator only provides a compressed file (e.g. .zip, .txz, .tar.gz, etc.) and not an installable file.