Getting Started with RediSearch with WordPress and WooCommerce on Ubuntu

Redis is a key value storage system that can be configured to speed up websites and those running WordPress and WooCommerce. It is typically used as the fast storage system for WordPress and WooCommerce external object cache (using for example this plugin). But Redis has grown and become more versatile! You can actually build modules … Learn more…

Batch Deleting WooCommerce Customers with No Orders or Money Spent with WP-CLI

Working on WooCommerce is always a fun challenge. I had a client who had a ton of spam customers because where was missing security on the site. This meant he had several thousand users who were clogging up the database and mailing list! This tutorial will show you how to delete WooCommerce customers who have … Learn more…

Restoring ManageWP Backup with WP-CLI

ManageWP is my goto choice for managing WordPress and WooCommerce stores. The incremental backups ManageWP offer along with simplified update management with the automatic rollback from the safe update feature make it really attractive if you have maintenance clients or manage a lot of sites and stores. It also helps make developer life easier if … Learn more…

Create Local Installation from Flywheel Backup Zip with WP-CLI

In the WordPress performance world we often have to debug speed issues. Hosts like Flywheel provide an easy way to generate a zipped backup file with the site and database so you can make a local copy. This tutorial will show you how to generate the Flywheel backup and prepare a local copy by unpacking … Learn more…

Autodelete Unused Inactive WordPress Themes with WP-CLI

WordPress by default comes with a theme installed so you can get started. The default WordPress theme name generally is named after the year so like this year it is twentynineteen. The default theme is also very important for troubleshooting purposes to make sure that any conflict you may be experiencing on your site with … Learn more…