I have a Macbook Air and use it for development my WordPress products. On that Macbook, I usually install a bundle of software like Google Chrome, Firefox, FileZilla, Flux, … and a lot of development tools like Valet, PHP7.1, Composer, MariaDB, NodeJS, … It has been working fine until I want to remove them. Sadly there’s no official way to remove them completely. I tried some utility to help but it can’t work for some development tools (removing NodeJS is a nightmare!). So I searched for a better way to manage my software on Mac and I found Homebrew! It is a great tool and you should try it right now.
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One can find literally thousands of great and beautiful themes in a matter of minutes. On the other hand, the process of choosing the right one suitable for your business purpose is a tricky task. Indeed, it will take your time. As long as there are enough themes with all the bells and whistles included, make sure you really need them all. Once you know the answer what you want and what your audience needs, you are ready to choose a theme for your web project.
If you are using Single Sign On feature by Jetpack or using a social login plugin for WordPress, then it might be a good idea to disable login by username and password completely. This helps protecting your website from brute force attack and keeps your website safe from hackers.
I’ve been working on the documentation of the Meta Box plugin and I found that a lot of content is repeated across pages such as the installation guide. I wonder if there’s any WordPress plugin that can help me save those content and let me use them later. So I did some research and here are the top 5 WordPress plugins that can help creating reusable content blocks.