Backing Up WordPress Content to Evernote via IFTTT

In a previous post, I mentioned that I’d set up cron tasks to back up my databases and web content. If you’re just hosting a blog and don’t have an always-on remote device to back up that data to, a good alternative would be to do automated backups via IFTTT. Continue reading “Backing Up WordPress Content to Evernote via IFTTT”

Consolidating and Managing Resources Within a Knowledge Base

When working on a project and referring to multiple resources, some of which can be used across a range of projects, it’s important to save links. In my case, I was managing links to articles, tutorials, and forum posts in multilevel Favorites folders in Microsoft Edge, Bookmark folders in Google Chrome, and even to notes in Evernote. However, finding specific resources in these folders across these three applications was cumbersome and time consuming. Continue reading “Consolidating and Managing Resources Within a Knowledge Base”

Centralizing Multiple Domains on a Single LEMP Installation

As mentioned in my previous post about setting up WordPress on the LEMP (Linux, Nginx, MariaDB/MySQL, PHP) stack, I followed two tutorials to configure multiple domains on one Raspberry Pi unit. These domains share a single instance of the LEMP stack, so the databases used for each website are centralized on one instance of MariaDB/MySQL, making database management much easier. Continue reading “Centralizing Multiple Domains on a Single LEMP Installation”

Running WordPress on a Raspberry Pi–Based LEMP Stack

For my first project, I wanted to create a content management system to share my experience with my Raspberry Pi, so I decided to install WordPress. Initially, my installation was accessible only to my internal network until I purchased this domain name. Continue reading “Running WordPress on a Raspberry Pi–Based LEMP Stack”