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Getting Started with Obsidian Course

Getting Started with Obsidian

If you want to learn your way around Obsidian so that you can build a great note system then this course is for you. I’ll cover basic folder structure, when to use tags or links, and the plugins I think everyone needs to make their Obsidian experience excellent. Plus much more. If you want all my coursesbecome a member.

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  • 2 Ways to Restrict Access to a WP Engine Staging Site

    While I develop locally, I also need to show off new work to clients before it gets approved and pushed to a live site and that means I need a staging site that is accessible on the web to my clients. That site is also accessible to everyone else that is using the web, which […]

  • Installing WordPress Plugins From the Command Line

    As I’ve been doing more and more with the command line being iPad first, I’ve needed to adapt some of my workflows. Previously if I needed a new WordPress plugin but wasn’t able to find it easily in the WordPress admin interface I’d head over to the WordPress.org Plugin repository to download it, then use […]

  • Opening My Workflows to Break System Lock in and Tracking

    For about 10 years now I’ve been a happy Apple user, though lately I’ve been less happy with at least some of their offerings. My biggest issue lately has been that I don’t like their laptop line at all. Even if I was to ignore the keyboard woes plaguing their butterfly keyboards, I don’t think […]

  • The path to becoming a 6 figure specialist

    This is our 4th post talking about 6 figure consulting. So far we’ve covered the real numbers it takes to bring home 6 figures, then we took a bit deeper dive in to my expenses using real numbers. Yesterday we took a look at 2 tips for becoming a 6 figure WordPress consultant. Today we’re […]

  • 2 Tips to help you become a 6 figure WordPress consultant

    I’ve already written about one of the kickback points from my 6 Figure WordPress Consulting post when I broke down my expenses. The second push back I got was that someone doing WordPress could even make $60k let alone invoice over $100k. I’ve done it. I can think of many people that invoice over $150k […]

  • infront says WordPress Sucks, or does it?

    infront, makers of Siteworks, recently wrote an ‘awesome’ post on why you shouldn’t be using WordPress. Lets take a deeper look at what they wrote and at SiteWorks, their in house CMS. SiteWorks Pricing Siteworks Screenshots [powerpress]

  • Venture Beat Jumps on with Overblown Claims

    So WordPress just released a live blogging plugin and Venture Beat tested it. Yes Venture Beat found a bug, then decided to make some overblown claims. All’s well that ends well, I suppose, but WordPress would do well to test its new plugins on at least the most recently released versions of the blogging engine […]

  • WordPress Upgrade Fear

    Decent article on WPRealm discussing why users don’t upgrade. The biggest reason I’ve found is that their web developer failed them. Any client I’ve talked to that is not upgrading their site is afraid of something breaking. While that may be the reason they give, it’s not the real reason. Really users aren’t upgrading because […]

  • The Expectation of Free

    I’ve been finding lately that just because I write tutorials on WordPress the readers expect me to provide a bunch of free support when it doesn’t quite work for them. If someone provides you with something for free, don’t be surprised if it doesn’t solve all of your specific needs. If you need something that […]