Moving WordPress sites from host to host isn’t as difficult as you may think. Following these simple steps will help guide you through the entire process: copy/move site files, copy/move the database, and most importantly update your database/table values with this special MySQL query.
Allowing end-users to sort meta box fields is pretty straight forward. These two screencasts will show you how to quickly setup sorting as well as how to setup a simple notification message to alert users to “Update” the post/page.
Generally it is not secure to allow remote root login. Additionally, using Password Authentication is also insecure. So… after setting up my server at RackSpace, the next step was to setup basic SSH login security.
My LEMP Setup Guide would not be complete if it didn’t show you how to setup your first virtual host (using your own domain name). This step will give you a good reference for setting up as many virtual hosts as you need on your server.
If you are interested, like I am, in setting up your own web server and hosting your own projects then I hope you will follow along. This guide will walk you step by step on setting up a LEMP stack (Linux, Nginx, MySQL, and PHP).
If you are a CodeIgniter enthusiast, you know that finding rewrite rules for Apache (htaccess file) is relatively easy, but doing the same for Nginx rewrite rules is not all that simple. Use these Nginx rewrite rules to get your next CodeIgniter project up and running.