Most regular computer users have no idea how to use the Windows command prompt. Even some advanced users struggle with it. The fact however, remains that CMD wasn’t built for experts only. This article shows you how to do some basic stuff via CMD.
Once in a while, you may need to manually change your WordPress siteurl and home links (e.g. when you’re migrating your entire website to a new domain). If not done right, your site may malfunction. Here are the different proper ways to do this.
By default, on Windows 10, only one remote user can connect to RDP at any time. This is true even if you have the Pro or Enterprise versions. However, you can bypass this restriction using the RDP wrapper library. This article explains how to do this.
A key feature of OOP languages like Python, Java, and C# is the ability to manipulate files. This article focuses on Python and provides an introductory look at how file handling (open, read, create, write, append) is done in this popular language.
You may need to do redirections on your WordPress site from time to time. While they can be done with PHP or via code tweaks in your .htaccess file, this article explains a simpler and more robust method involving the WordPress Redirection plugin.
WP-Cron is how WordPress handles time-based job scheduling on sites. Sort of like the Linux cron utility. But WP-Cron could be very resource intensive since it executes on every page load. I share some insights/solutions to the problem in this post.