Phil Wylie

WordPress developer, Code Club volunteer & Staffs Web Meetup organiser


WordPress Bulk Post Creation with WP-CLI: A Handy Command Generator

Occasionally I find myself needing to quickly create a series of posts or pages—for building out a basic skeleton of a site, or for quickly populating content. Manually doing this within the WordPress dashboard can be tedious. This is where WP-CLI can save the day. In this post, I’ll look at how to use WP-CLI […]

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WordPress 2FA using the Two-Factor plugin

Over the years, the need for increased security has become more apparent. The internet has become a place where personal information is shared and stored. This makes it vulnerable to hackers and other malicious users who want to gain access to your data. We’ll look at what 2FA is, how it can be implemented in […]

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Why you should use a WordPress child theme

WordPress themes define your website’s look and feel. One of the best things about using WordPress is that you can take advantage of a huge number of ready-made themes. In this article we’ll cover what to look for when choosing a theme and how you can modify an off-the-shelf theme using child themes. Why you […]

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Why WooCommerce? It’s fast, flexible and fully customisable

WooCommerce is the most popular eCommerce platform for WordPress, and it offers a powerful set of features that can help you build an online store quickly and easily. It supports a wide range of payment gateways, shipping methods, taxes, currencies, and languages. Plus, there are thousands of plugins that add even more features to your […]

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How to display Google reviews on your WordPress website

Without customer feedback and ratings, how can you know if a business is any good? Showing potential customers what other people think about your company goes a long way toward making them feel more confident about choosing your business. The Google Places API allows you to do just that by pulling in reviews from Google […]

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