I'm Swapnil. Nice to meet you 👋 I am a Community Manager for a fantastic #OpenSource project Devtron. I am passionate about sharing experiences on building architectures with best practices and helping strengthen the makers of tomorrow. I am keen on having discussions around DevOps, GitOps, web accessibility, User Experience & Open Source 🤘.
A few months ago, I moved this site to WordPress.com.
I am much happier with WordPress.com.
True that it might not be a perfect fit for everyone’s needs, but it sure does fit mine for now.
Would it fit your needs too? Read to know…
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WP-CLI is Command Line interface based WordPress site management tool used to manage WordPress websites via SSH.
Now install it on shared hosting environment too! Read further to know how…
So you made an interesting WordPress plugin, and you want that to be available for others to use. Though GitHub is really nice to share code, when it comes to WordPress, nothing beats the WordPress.org plugin and theme repository.
Here is how you can add your plugins to WordPress.org repository.
Utilization of the WordPress+WooCommerce combo is at huge and loads of marketers use this aggregate for e-trade across the globe. With GST in India — at the time of writing this article, there’s no documented solution for GST implementation in WooCommerce.
Here is an attempt for one.
If building a theme for the wordpress.org theme repository this will almost certainly be tested. For those using WP-CLI there is a quick and easy way to install and then remove this test data. Naturally, you will need to install and setup WP-CLI before proceeding.
Yes, I wish I knew about this long long time ago, this is just fantastic! You can help translate WordPress.com into your native language without leaving the page! Using the community translator built in WordPress.com Once the translator is enabled, right-click on a highlighted string to submit a new translation: A red highlight means that a string doesRead More »Did you know you can translate WordPress.com without even leaving the page?
We love podcasts: they’re like the blogging version of radio, a medium anyone can jump into and use to share their story. They introduce us to new voices and give us glimpses into new perspectives… and they pair perfectly with blogs and websites, where they can add more texture and interest to what you’re already […]Read More »This is intresting…