Wordpress is fantastic, except when it isn’t. There are a few scenarios in Wordpress where you would want to migrate from an existing URL (e.g. your localhost, http://domainname.com, or https//abc.com) to a new URL (e.g. https://domainname.com). You can end up with a confusing setup and a broken site if you don’t go by the book!
Web developers today are a spoiled lot. I consider myself as an absolute beginner in the web development world, but I am truly amazed at the things I can do today with free / minimal cost infrastructure. The system automates everything except me - I am that stupid man in the middle.
Have you used npm install to get mysql package? npm i --save mysql It is quite common to see the below error on Windows: c:\dev\proj\js\adonis\hwblog2>npm i --save mysql firstname.lastname@example.org c:\dev\proj\js\adonis\hwblog2 `-- email@example.com extraneous npm ERR! Windows_NT 10.0.17134 npm ERR! argv "C:\\dev\\js\\nodejs\\node.exe" "C:\\Users\\itsme\\AppData\\Roaming\\npm\\node_modules\\npm\\bin\\npm-cli.js" "i" "--save" "mysql" npm ERR! node v10.11.0 npm ERR!
It is interesting how the minor things eat away a lot of your time. Especially if you happen to be like me, one of the greater idiots on a planet full of idiots. One of the days, I had to create website really fast to demonstrate to a potential customer. I abandoned my dear old friend Jekyll since - well, I had to create something in Hugo.
I had been exploring Jekyll for quite sometime. I simply followed the below traditional, developer like approach - download Ruby download Jekyll play around with platform capabilities - focus on Liquid see how themes are created However, I realised mid-way that select themes offer a good way for anyone to get started.
I had been searching for modern but clean looking themes for one of my older Blogs. I had been using Sahifa earlier. Although the theme is good and does its job, Sahifa is not really pleasing to the eye. This is my opinion, of course. The way I see websites and Blogs has changed over time (hopefully for the good), and Sahifa did not fit the definition of a “clean”, “minimal” theme.
This is the beginning; the beginning of a journey. A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step. – Lao Tzu