Tag Archives: WordPress

WordPress Powered eCommerce Stores

WordPress powered eCommerce stores can be very profitable.

PLR4WP Volume 11 how to build a WordPress Powered eCommerce site

Properly setting up your eStore can be a headache if you do not have easy to follow, step-by-step instructions. Ideally video instruction so you can see exactly what is being done versus just reading what someone is telling you to do.

Yes I’m a little (okay, a lot) biased about the whole video vs eBook training methods but I’ve read plenty of Continue reading

PLR Video How To Customize The WordPress More Tag

Here is a quick video guide on how to customize the WordPress More Tag.

In addition to showing you step by step just how easy it is to craft your custom More tag, I also cover 2 big reasons why you should use a More tag on all your WordPress posts.

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Merge Local WP Site With Live Site In 6 Simple Steps

6 Simple Steps To A Successful Merge Of A Localhosted WordPress Site With A Live Hosted WordPress Site

Recently I did a series of training videos on how to set up a localhost environment to develop WordPress site and then to move those ‘developed’ sites to a live host.

So Moving a local site to a live hosting environment is simple enough, as I demonstrated in videos 10 & 12 of that series.


Merging a local site with a live site that has changes on both, well that can be a bit more tricky.merge localhosted wordpress site with live site image

With that in mind I set out to find a solution.

What I found was a few different solutions and all of them were technically challenging to say the least. Of course if you’re a programmer or you are familiar with command line interface (CLI), then what I consider to be technically challenging, you may consider to be child’s-play.

So I did some tinkering and I think what I came up with will work in most every situation where, 1. You have worked on a site locally and
2. That same site in the Continue reading