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.
If you have a WordPress website, you’ll know by know it’s relatively easy to upload images and documents to WordPress’ media directory. Uploading images and other files here allow you to link to the files in your website’s page and post content – so it’s really handy. Default file types WordPress allows you to upload…
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The WordPress experts are RCC show you how to export all of your users’ email addresses from your website.
Here’s a great quick tip to improve the spam filtering on your WordPress website. If you have a WordPress website, the likelihood is that you’ve seen spam comments appearing on your website in the “comments” section, unless you’ve disabled all ability for website visitors to add comments to your posts. These are a magnet for…
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