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If you’re about ready to pull you hair out because of stubborn computer problems, take a moment…one deep breath for all the people who have ever been completely frustrated with computers. Now, don’t get stuck, work around technical difficulties. Hoorah!
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“Is there another way to accomplish what I’m trying to do?”
One simple questions to ask yourself, if you tried everything, or even if you’re just starting to feel stuck. “Is there another way to accomplish what I’m trying to do?” Sometimes it helps to also step back, and ask: “What am I trying to do in more general terms?”
When you run into trouble, just stop. Don’t go on to complicate further by going several steps after the error. If you recognize you seem to be stuck, take a moment to read ALL the screen. I promise this will fix 90% of your issues. 90% of people are in such a hurry these days! Where do you think they’re going? Perhaps to lose their minds?
Take it from an expert, you need to READ ALL THE SCREEN first! RATS for short, and so easy to remember! I often take it for granted that people don’t know RATS. Maybe RATS seems so basic you overlooked it’s usefulness?! Experts use RATS daily! That’s why I just wanted to remind you, RATS should appear in your troubleshooting tool box NOW.
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To start off with, Joomla migration can be extremely easy, or extremely laborious, and it all depends on your migration path. You should at least consult with an expert first, because you may be about to chew off a lot more than you bargained for doing it yourself. With several early Joomla sites still floating around, your migration may require replacing some outdated extensions and installing a new theme and/or framework to accommodate mobile considerations. Some newer installs can take advantage of a 1-click migration, but it’s not for the feint of heart. Please, please, please make sure you have a backup first!
If you have a backup already, consider it untested. Without a backup you have successfully reinstalled on a new location, what will you do in case of failure along the migration path?
If you know enough about WordPress to install a plugin, we wrote this article for you. We know you have your own favorite WordPress plugins, so at least check out the Multi Plugin Installer, which easily installs all of your favorite plugins at once.
In order to qualify as “Best WordPress Plugins” we basically have to use the plugin on almost all of our WP installs. You won’t find plugins for large style functionality enhancements here, just the simple, basic, best plugins that you should use on every site without exception, kinda!
Please find here: Instructions detailing how to get front and back-end, Matching Styles in WordPress Editor. Many clients ask for this feature! Check this out if you have experienced already, the frustration of using stock settings, which don’t match the styles of your site. In truth it makes a lot of sense to be able to preview front-end changes in the content editor without refreshing a separate tab, does it not? Here are three easy file changes, that quickly enable front and back-end matching styles in the WordPress content editor.
Are you sitting there trying to update you website when twig changes won’t update gantry 5 seemingly?
You need to copy the twig file to themes/Your_Theme/custom/views/partials/ If you edit the actual twig file, I could never get it to update the website! I finally went and read through some documentation, and as soon as I added the twig file to the custom directory I got it working. I’m going to expand on this, but I just wanted to create a post, so I don’t forget. Gantry 5 seems great, but there’s a new condundrum for me, because I have to learn yet another markup. Yoshimi help me!
I’m sure all web designers are going through the same thing, because the first few things I’ve tried to do have ended in failure, we need cheat sheets! I’ll start the hunt.
Having a refined message you can refer back to for each web site you operate, seems essential for business that don’t want to get lost in their own dressings. With information flooding in and out in bulk, fragmented by overlapping campaigns and strategies, how often will you get lost in the flavor of the month? A possible way to cut down on all that ADHD, just institute a four-way mission statement, and once you get the hang of it, do it for all of your websites.
The way I break it down, makes the most sense to me, but you might have your own nuances and tweaks that make it work for you. I have a public and private statement, and then for each I have a primary mission objective and a secondary objective. My off-the-clock personality is a flight simulator enthusiast, so it just makes sense to have a primary and secondary obj. After all you have two of just about everything else, don’t you? Okay, so here’s how the mission statements read for a sandbox site I was testing, and keep in mind, I wouldn’t publish private goals. They should be for your eyes, plus your cabinet officers can peek.