Site builder

I’ve been building websites since 1994 and really enjoy it. In posts tagged as “Site builder,” I provide tutorials and information to help people creating sites with WordPress or Drupal.
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WordPress and Drupal Comparison – Deep Dive

WordPress and Drupal are two very popular content management systems that are often compared. The common conclusion to most comparisons is that WordPress is good for blogs or small sites and Drupal is better for big or complicated sites. I believe that conclusion is shallow and that a deeper understanding of the differences is helpful …

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Taking PHP Seriously

Taking PHP Seriously is a very interesting post that talks about why some large companies are using PHP, some of the shortcoming of the language, and how to use 3rd party tools to overcome those shortcomings.  A very interesting read.

php and lets encrypt the web

Four Four Three – Moving a Website to SSL

In my mind, PHP 7 and free Let’s Encrypt SSL certificates are game changers.  PHP 7 is significantly faster and Let’s Encrypt SSL certificates lower the bar for small and medium sized sites for using SSL.  I recently moved some sites to SiteGround because they offer both of these new technologies for free through cPanel …

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The Uniform Server – A WAMP WordPress Tutorial

In this post, I will do a walk-through tutorial on setting up the Uniform Server, show you some of its features, and show how you can easily setup WordPress development sites.   I have been using the Uniform Server package on my Windows machine for local PHP programming and for running WordPress development sites. The Uniform …

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why i like wordpress

Why I Like WordPress

Here are some reasons why I like WordPress.  WordPress is a blogging and content management platform that is incredibly popular, versatile, and relatively easy to use. It is an open source project and there are hundreds, if not thousands, of people around the world working to improve and extend it.  You are free to use …

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