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Some light reading...

Video tutorials are great, but when a task involves a lot of time spent in the command line it’s nice to have written instructions to reference. Here you’ll find a variety of tutorials and other techy articles.
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Change committer email using git filter-repo

It is possible to fix incorrect email addresses in old git commits, but it involves rewriting the commit history, will change commit hashes, and can
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Rollback your Git repository to an earlier commit

If you need to roll your codebase back to a previous state, Git makes it easy to do this right from Git Bash.
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Bulk replace text in all of your WordPress posts using SQL

Do you have some text or HTML across your site that you’d like to change? For example, maybe you want to change every instance that
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How to install WordPress with (almost) just the command line

This guide intends to walk you through every step of a WordPress install, and to avoid the use of a GUI whenever possible. It was
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How to use one Gmail account for two Twitter accounts

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Set up HTTPS (TLS) for a NearlyFreeSpeech.NET website

Any responsible site that accepts passwords, form responses, or other user data must use HTTPS. If you’re hosting your site with NearlyFreeSpeech.NET, it is very
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Manually trigger a git post-receive hook for testing

Using a post-receive hook is a good way to perform a scripted action each time new changes are pushed to a git repo. (If you
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Use git with just a shared network drive. No git server required!

Want to use git for a small team of developers, but can’t (or don’t want to) use a git server? No problem! All you need
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How to install WordPress as fast as possible

This guide intends to walk you through every step of a WordPress install. It was designed with NearlyFreeSpeech.NET hosting in mind, but may be helpful
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How to Use Typekit Fonts with WordPress and Prevent FOUT

If you’re a designer who enjoys using Typekit web fonts, you may also want to use them with your WordPress sites. Fortunately it is fairly
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