Missing Indexes and/or Missing Auto_Increment Attribute

When migrating a Wordpress installation from one server to another, it is important that you verify the integrity of the database. The tables can be created properly but you must check for missing indexes and ensure that all primary key columns have the AUTO_INCREMENT column attribute. Missing indexes and auto_increment…

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WordPress REST API V2

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With the release of Wordpress version 4.7, the REST API is now included in the core therefore you no longer need to install a plugin to use it. Per Automattic, "WordPress is moving towards becoming a fully-fledged application framework, and we needed new APIs. This project was born to create…

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Why I Use StudioPress’s Genesis Framework and Themes For WordPress Sites

When I first started building sites using Wordpress, I downloaded a few different themes and took pieces from each to build the sites my clients wanted. Each theme had its own peculiar way of implementing things and, of course, with each new theme used I spent precious time learning that…

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How To Present An Infusionsoft Product Bundle with Gravity Forms

Last month, Infusionsoft hosted a Mastermind call about building a dynamic checkout process which started me thinking about how to implement such a feature for a client. By the way, if you are an Infusionsoft user and you are not attending the weekly Mastermind calls, you are really missing out.…

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