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Pointing WordPress website’s domain to sub-directory

If you happened to fall on this tutorials by searching all over the internet about how to point your website’s domain to already existing sub-directory (where your wordpress is installed) then you’re at the right place.

So First thing first, go into your sub-directory and check if there is .htaccess file or not, if yes, then delete that file. more. . .

Setting up an environment on DeployBot

Using DeployBot you can setup multiple deployment environments and can setup these deployments to take place with either automatic or manual deployments. Automatic deployments are triggered whenever you push changes up to the repository.
Another good feature of using DeployBot is that it will keep track of deployments you make, this means when something goes wrong you can see exactly what commit broke the site. more. . .

git and gitlab tutorial for begineers

This is a list of commands to be executed when using github. This is still blog in progress, but sharing it so my colleagues could benifit. I will be making it more descriptive as time permits, so it will be easy for a beginner. Please bear with me for some more time. more. . .

Display Excel in WordPress using Microsoft One Drive

Microsoft OneDrive web app lets you easily display a Excel document in wordpress. It will even let visitors change the values in the cell and reflect the changes if formula has been used for calculations. Here is an example below. You can click the values and change them, the change will be reflected in the total. more. . .

Removing widgets from select pages in WordPress

Today I was looking for ways to make widget appear/ disappear on the sidebars of select pages. WordPress unfortunately does not have any facility to selectively control appearance  of widget. DISPLAY WIDGETS is a very handy plugin which gives you complete control. more. . .