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Why I switched from WPMUDEV’s Defender Pro to WordFence for WordPress Security

By The Mighty Mo! Design Co. / November 12, 2021 / Comments Off on Why I switched from WPMUDEV’s Defender Pro to WordFence for WordPress Security

A while back, I started using WPMUDEV’s Defender Pro plugin for security on all my WordPress sites. I made a decision this week to switch to WordFence. The conversation was forced on me, because I had a site using Defender Pro that was hacked. I do not blame Defender Pro for the hack, however, this…

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How to Zip a Folder Using Terminal or Command Line

By The Mighty Mo! Design Co. / September 3, 2020 / Comments Off on How to Zip a Folder Using Terminal or Command Line

Here’s a step-by-step guide to zipping How to Zip a Folder Using Terminal or Command Line

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I Contributed to WordPress Gutenberg Plugin and So Can You!

By Toby Cryns / October 19, 2017 / Comments Off on I Contributed to WordPress Gutenberg Plugin and So Can You!

I often forget how easy it is to contribute to WordPress software development (even without writing a lick of code). A week ago, I was trying out the new Gutenberg plugin on a site, and I noticed a little thing that bugged me. So, without writing any code, I made an annotated screengrab of what…

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Prestige Conference on Saturday!

By The Mighty Mo! Design Co. / October 1, 2014 /

I will be speaking at Prestige Conference on Saturday – can’t wait! My topic is called, “WordPress Moneyball”.

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Embed Youtube Into Your WordPress Theme

By The Mighty Mo! Design Co. / April 1, 2014 / Comments Off on Embed Youtube Into Your WordPress Theme

The way WordPress handles Youtube embeds is awesome – just copy-and-paste the link into the editor. Unfortunately, when echoing custom fields in a theme, it isn’t that easy. Thanks to Convoy for this fix: _e( wp_oembed_get( get_field( ‘youtube_link’ ) ) ); NOTE: My example, uses Advanced Custom Fields’ “get_field” function. You could replace get_field( ‘youtube_link’…

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