I just wanted to write a quick note saying that we have been very busy with under-the-hood work here at Altoplace. I have been working on inexpensive (remember, I am retired) ways to do site backups and tweaking the list of plugins to provide the functionality that I need. I plan to write about both … Read more
I want to share in this post about what I have learned about using wp-cli to remotely manage my pair Networks WordPress site from my Mac computer. As prerequisites, you need to first set up SSH Key Authentication and have wp-cli installed on your remote server. Please refer to how I installed WordPress on pair Networks using wp-cli for … Read more
This post describes how I installed WordPress on my pair Networks shared host using WP-CLI. WP-CLI provides a command line interface for installing and managing WordPress. I like using the Unix/Linux command line to install and maintain my website–it provides a lot of under-the-hood power and control. We will first talk about setting up WP-CLI before … Read more
The goal of this post is to give an overview about how you can use a pair Networks shared host to create a WordPress site. My plan is to outline how I created my site, Altoplace. I plan to update this post with links to future posts where I will provide more details about a specific topic, such as using … Read more
I am going to describe how I set up my pair Networks SSH key authentication. To be more specific, this post will describe how to use SSH to login without having to enter your pair Networks password. I use the Terminal App on my Mac to open up a bash shell window. This capability is … Read more
When I signed up with pair Networks, the default shell was csh. Nothing wrong with csh, but I am use to bash. So here’s a quick note about how I changed the shell from csh to bash. Do the following: I then changed my default bash shell prompt by adding the following to my .profile: … Read more
Today, I am declaring victory after recreating my site using WordPress 5.2.2! I have been doing a lot of under-the-hood work, setting up my new WordPress site. I believe that I have a complete set of plugins and server settings to declare that my site is live. Of course, I will still continue tweaking and … Read more
This is the new version of Altoplace. I am (again) rebuilding my site, so the content will be limited for a while. I am also doing a lot of “under-the-hood” work to tweak the backend settings.