WordPress’ user and permission system is good, but if you want to allow people to register on your site to do something that’s not related to creating pages and blogging, it’s going to get a little weird. Continue reading Looking for WordPress Membership Systems
(I’m helping a person on simbi.com learn about WordPress plugin development. Sometimes, an article will be produced to elaborate on a topic. This article explains WordPress concepts and components.)
WordPress isn’t just blogging or CMS software, it’s a framework for general website development. Like every framework, it comes with a huge library of objects that you’re supposed to use to create your applications. This article will describe many of these objects.
Continue reading WordPress Concepts and Parts for Beginners
Several years ago, I wrote posts about this, and it’s still relevant. Sites still get hacked and still have shells installed onto them, and they are still shrouded the same way. Here are a couple ways to decode them. Continue reading Decoding PHP Hack Scripts and Root Shells
I have a tiny site, sign-in-sheet.com, that was an experiment to see if ads can pay; they can, but it’s a tiny site, with tiny revenues. Continue reading Some Notes on Site Migration to WordPress