If you site makes use of affiliate links, these need to be disclosed to the user in view of the FTC guidelines. Here’s a guide on how to do that, where to place the links, and also some sample disclaimer statements to get your started.
Most of the time, your default Linux shell is bash – and with good reason! It’s the most prevalent and popular shell in use. However, there are alternatives if you’re looking for something different. Here’s how to change the default shell permanently, as well as how to find out which one you’re currently using.
Have you decided to develop for WordPress? Need to make changes to themes or plugins? Then the WordPress developer toolkit is what you’re looking for. Here you’ll find useful links to plugins, tools, and other important information that will jumpstart your journey.
A simple step-by-step guide with screenshots on how to fix the error message “Error Establishing a Database Connection” in WordPress.
Have you ever wanted to “cut out” specific columns for viewing when using a Linux command? Using “awk” and “column”, we can get the exact output you want to easily view specific columns side by side.
The page/buffer cache in Linux is the memory used to store file data that might be needed again. In this tutorial, I explain how you don’t normally need to manage this memory. But sometimes you need to empty it for testing purposes, or for another special scenario.