Sharon Murphy, web developer


  • Passwords

    Passwords

    Constantly getting hacked? Here’s a quick bit of help.

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  • Set a Dashboard Logo

    This snippet of code will allow you to customize your WordPress dashboard logo.

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  • Menu

    Once you have some content pieces available, you can start building the menu. Go to Appearance > Menus and create a menu (give it any name you wish, this is only visible to us). Click “Create Menu”. Now, you’ll be given the option to chose a Display location for the menu. Check “left top menu” to get started. To […]

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  • How to Create a Category

    Go to Posts > Categories Available areas: Name Slug (is automatically generated from the name; can be customized) Parent category (if you plan to ‘nest’ your categories) Description (used to add a small bit of content to the top of a category’s page) Need more info? Try here: https://wordpress.org/support/category/basic-usage/

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  • How to Create a Page

    Go into Pages > Add New Areas Available: Title Editor (main area for content) Author (if not you, you can change this to another user) Date (will publish with current date and time, can adjust to past or future) Need more info? Try here: https://wordpress.org/support/category/basic-usage/

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  • Homebrew and ImageMagick

    How to properly install ImageMagick with Homebrew and PHP 7.3.8

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  • Errors with phpMyAdmin

    Quick fixes for common errors after installing phpMyAdmin

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  • Install WordPress via SSH

    The following are the commands needed to install WordPress from the command line.

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  • How to Diagnose and Troubleshoot WordPress

    Occasionally while editing a site, I’ll get a blank screen or even an error message. The latest version of WordPress has made some nice upgrades to show a formatted error message, like this: Along with this message, an email with more details will be sent out describing the error. An additional step I’ve taken to […]

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