I recently discovered after trying to import WordPress XML files for a customer that you can use xmllint (within the Command Line or iTerm) to check the validity of the files. The error message looked like this: Invalid XML on read in WXR_Large_File_Parser::__construct() for file:///nfs/6a2/156107206/files/2019/01/site-address-here.wordpress.2019-01-09.001.xml_-3.txt (size: 11335507) After a colleague suggested xmllint, I opened iTerm … Continue reading xmllint
It was a pleasant surprise to see this notification pop up last week as its been 9 years since joining the WordPress community!
Just a quick note to share the news that yesterday was my first official day as a Happiness Engineer for Automattic. The awesome company behind WordPress, Jetpack, Akismet and a whole bunch of cool products. As many of you know, I've always been a huge fan of WordPress so after working at Sydney University for … Continue reading Howdy Automattic!
My latest blog post, "How To Harden Your WordPress Website For Better Security" was published by INKth.com last night. How To Harden A #Wordpress #Website For Better #Security https://t.co/G3gj8EzENS #InfoSec #WebTips via @AdelineYaw pic.twitter.com/uleKu1S3iQ— Hoi Sze Lam (@hoiszelam) January 5, 2016 //platform.twitter.com/widgets.js Thanks to Hoi-Sze Lam from INKth.com for the opportunity.
YeoPress: A Yeoman Generator for WordPress by Wesley Todd I won't go into too much detail to explain what YeoPress does but you can read more about it from the creator himself, Wesley Todd. YeoPress: A Yeoman Generator for WordPress, basically installs WordPress via the Command Line/Terminal. It's also assuming that you're working locally (which … Continue reading YeoPress Review