Mac users have a few different ways to install WP locally on their machine. This tutorial will use Bitnami, which gives you a “full stack” (all of the things you need to get going) of helpers, so you don’t have to touch anything foreign on your computer.
This tutorial is for:
- Mac users.
- People wanting to edit their WordPress site when not connected to the internet.
- People that want to learn more about their computer.
Sound interesting? Let’s get started. Continue reading How to Get a Local WordPress Install on Your Mac
I got the chance to sit down with my close friend Corban Cloud, who works at Gravitate Studios here in Vancouver, Washington. He had some interesting things to say about WordPress:
Nate Shoemaker: How long have you worked with WordPress?
Corban Cloud: Two years.
NS: Do you consider yourself a WP developer?
Continue reading Interview with WordPress Developer Corban Cloud
Providing feedback to core developers at WordPress, or even fixing a bug yourself can help WP be the most it can be. No matter how small the error, security problem, or theme problem may be, it needs to be reported! Here are a few different ways to do so:
For a WordPress.com security issue, visit this page and fill out the form.
For a plugin security, email firstname.lastname@example.org with as much detail as you can.
For a self-hosted security issue, email email@example.com with as much details you can.
Continue reading How to Report Bugs in WordPress
“How should I host my site?”
That is a question that many of us have asked, or asking, and will continue to ask. There are a few different ways on how and where your WordPress site lives on the inter-webs: hosted, managed and self-hosted.
When choosing a hosting service (aka when you want use WordPress.org but not WordPress.com), many companies offer and a “managed” experience. This basically means that all the back end of WordPress is dealt with, and you can focus more on your theme updates, WordPress updates, plugin managing and updates, (when applicable) extreme traffic permission; all the stuff someone that just wants to blog doesn’t want to worry about, but they want the power of plugins and full use of WordPress. Continue reading What You Need to Know About Hosting WordPress