In this second part of my WP-CLI screencast I'm looking at using WP-CLI to fire of external scripts to do quick and dirty jobs as well as extending plugins to make use of WP-CLI. If you are not using WP-CLI for WordPress then you really should be :)
Tim starts to use WP-CLI to launch external scripts and to extend plugins using WP-CLI in this screencast, done with the backing of his Patreon Patrons. This is the second of a multi-part series on WP-CLI for timnash.co.uk
So Tim Nash is launching my Patreon Campaign, will you be his next patron and help fund indepth and interesting WordPress video series? You can find out why he's doing this and how you can get involved as well as others ways to help out.
Popped this into the Facebook group as well but thought would also add it here (so sorry if you see it twice)
We have all read top x plugin post and let's face it if you are in a group called Advanced WordPress chances are you groan every time you see one! So I feel a little dirty publishing let alone publicising a top plugin list, but I promise you it's a little different, it's my Top Must Use plugins and I would love feedback on whats in your MU folder.
You all look like you could use a good read on Friday! With SSL being in the news with the announcement that Google is now considering HTTPS a ranking factor. All of a sudden lot's of people have questions about SSL!
If you have questions or indeed just fancy a bit of a read, then this is the post for you!
Putting the finishing touches to my WordPress Sheffield talk for this evening. I'm struggling to find the right balance between praising features of plugins like WordFence and criticising the culture they have created.