A few companies sell this service, and I looked into it. While conversion and existing layout to a WordPress theme isn’t too hard to create a rudimentary theme that replicates an existing website. Is this a valuable service? Is it going to help the site? Answers withing. Continue reading Converting HTML Layouts into a WordPress Theme
This is the third in a series about writing WP-CLI commands. The previous article explained how to import CSV files into a database table. In this, we describe how to add documentation.
Continue reading Adding a WP-CLI Command to Your Plugin, Part 3
The previous article, I showed how to add a WP-CLI command to your plugin. In this tutorial I define the methods to read the CSV data files from standard input, and dump it to the screen.
Continue reading Adding a WP-CLI Command to Your Plugin, Part 2
I wanted to write some importers for CSV files, but not one that operated from the admin screens. I wanted a command that I could pipe my data into, and populate a table.
“Simple,” I thought, and then realized I needed to parse wp-config.php for the database password. While that’s not hard, it’s really bad form, especially when you can use WP-CLI to run commands within the WordPress environment.
Continue reading Adding a WP-CLI Command to Your Plugin, Part 1
You’re running the WP-CLI and get that message, plus the following error:
Error: One or more database tables are unavailable. The database may need to be repaired.