Automattic, the company behind WordPress.com, WooCommerce and soon Tumblr, has closed a $300 million funding round at a $3 billion post-money valuation. The Series D round has a single investor, Salesforce Ventures. Funding rounds are something special for Automattic . While the company has been around for nearly 15 years, it hasn’t raised a ton … Continue reading Automattic raises $300 million at $3 billion valuation from Salesforce Ventures
Cron allows Linux and Unix users to run commands or scripts at a given date and time. You can schedule scripts to be executed periodically. Cron is one of the most useful tool in a Linux or UNIX like operating systems. It is usually used for sysadmin jobs such as backups or cleaning /tmp/ directories … Continue reading Linux Cron
What if “product category” is missing in creating a menu in WordPress with Woocommerce
Product category is just a link. You may create a "custom link" which points to the specific product category and add it to the custom menu.
How to install WordPress on a localhost (Ubuntu/Debian)
1. Install a LAMP stack (apache2, php, mariaDB) sudo apt update sudo apt install apache2 mariadb-server sudo apt install php php-mysql -y Don't forget to run sudo mysql_secure_installation MySql will ask you to set up a password for the root account. Check your IP address (ifconfig) and put it in a browser. This will make … Continue reading How to install WordPress on a localhost (Ubuntu/Debian)
How to install WordPress locally on Ubuntu/Debian?
WordPress is a content management system originally developed for blogging, but has been greatly expanded through widgets, themes and plugins. Complete the following steps to install WordPress on a Ubuntu 12.04 workstation ("server") so that you can try different plugins and theme, before you get your blog online. 1. Pre-reqs (Apache, PHP, and MySQL) sudo … Continue reading How to install WordPress locally on Ubuntu/Debian?