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Your success is the reward! I’ve been coding since 1983, starting with a Commodore 64, and most of my time coding has been spent building complex scripts that most could not. The many products you buy for your computer, or website, or phone, are all built with one ubiquitous framework … complexity.
I build my WordPress plugins with simplicity in mind. Think “set it and forget it”. That’s what I call success!
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I’ve released my first WordPress plugin, and it’s one of the most important you’ll need for your WordPress site. It’s my CodeMilitant SEO OpenGraph Meta Tag Generator. You found this site, because of this plugin. See why you need it?
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WordPress is by far the number one website framework in the world. It’s very well coded and can be infinitely customized to meet any requirements for any online business. Below are a few customizations I’ve built over the years to help improve client sites. Please keep in mind that I’ve been working with WordPress since […]
As a server DevOps, this is a serious problem that can take up a tremendous amount of time. This article, same as all the other articles on this site, is here as a public reference to help solve problems at the server level and defeat these issues. Wikipedia defines “Hacktivism” as: “Hacktivism” is a controversial […]
For most companies, when COVID-19 hit, it was a disastrous curse. Brick and mortar shops were devastated and closed, but many of these same companies found a great blessing in the lock downs. These new found avenues of revenue became highly profitable and permanent. In a previous post, “Your Website Is The Great Equalizer“, making […]
Here at CodeMilitant, the goal of code should be to work autonomously, with little to no intervention from the user. This simple philosophy is the way code/computers should work for all humans. This plugin comes with a lifetime license per website. A new copy must be purchased for each website domain. This excludes WordPress Multisite. […]
In my efforts as a server DevOps, understanding the programs a client is running is as important as understanding the Linux server itself. In most cases, the client is running a web app that requires a MySQL database connection. The notes below are often what I’ve recommended over the years. This is not a comprehensive […]
When I started on Upwork, I had no idea that Upwork would become my marketing tool for greater and greater income. The idea that a third party website could be a benefit to my income never crossed my mind. This is the power of online business with no borders. I am not limited to a […]
Wait! Wait! Before you start, check SELinux! Have you noticed that on a multitude of coding community sites, like Stack Exchange, Stack Overflow or Super User, there are always questions about ‘permission denied‘? This topic is so common, that it can discourage and dishearten anyone trying to finish a project. Often times, the first solutions […]
After more than 20 years as a Linux server DevOps, I build the infrastructure that makes your business successful. I’m very sociable, personable and I explain everything in clear, easy to understand terminology. Please read below to see why. Back in 1999, I was hired to be a sales rep for a small computer company […]
The Linux GNU stream editor (sed), is a data manipulating beast! When manipulating data for big jobs like migrating a WordPress website from on WordPress theme to another, SED makes it easy to not only remove a single line, but multiple lines can be removed in just seconds. The performance of this command is like […]
Clearly there are many reasons a server program can crash, and none of these issues may be the fault of the devops. Using a typical web server as an example, the programs commonly running are Nginx, MariaDB, PHP on a Linux server. This setup, commonly called a LEMP stack (LAMP if Apache), by default is […]