I would like to create a 'blueprint' wordpress installation with my custom themes and plugins installed. This would speed up my workflow because I don't have to install my default themes and plugins.
Stijn this is easy to achieve already with current features.
Create a server in an infrastructure provider that doesn’t charge for stopped servers (or better said just charges for disk usage, i.e. a t2.small on AWS).
Deploy whatever plugins, themes you need or usually use for your baseline deployments in this server.
Use this server as template. Clone this server to same or another infrastructure provider that you usually use. Stop the template server (minimal charges, just disc). Develop any project on the cloned server.
When you need to start another project, start the template server, clone again …
If you now use a new plugin on your base deployments. Start template, update it, clone and stop …
Hope it works.
wp-cli already deployed with your wordpress application.
Harden DB passwords that are automatically created during a Wordpress install by increasing length with more middle numbers and special characters.1 vote
What we are going to do shortly is to allow customers to change the password(s) and set what they want, hthat will satisfy everyone (people that think too complex and people that think too easy).
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