Richard Carter is a frontend web developer, and experienced web design consultant.
With a background in web design and frontend development, Richard turned his attentions to content management systems and ecommerce platforms, including Magento and WordPress. Over the years, he has also run training courses for clients throughout the UK, and both WordPress training courses and Magento training courses. Open source experience
As well as being the author of
7 books on open source technologies including MediaWiki and acting as technical reviewer on numerous additional books including Magento 1, Magento 2, Drupal and Inkscape. Richard speaks at web design conferences, and is a regular attendee of local groups for open source users.
Do you need to watermark images in your WordPress website? Read the RCC guide to your options for marking and protecting your images in WordPress. There are quite a few reasons for wanting to watermark images on your website: Protecting your product photography from being used without credit Discouraging users searching with Google Image search…
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WordPress has recently introduced auto-updates (automatic updates) for its core and for WordPress plugins, too. What is an automatic update? An automatic update gives WordPress the ability to update your website’s code and plugins without you, the user, needing to manually log in and click buttons to run the updates. On the surface of things,…
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Ever needed to disable the default Posts content type in a WordPress website? The WP experts at RCC have this handy guide on removing the Posts content type from your WordPress site.