Located in: /home/robert/.ssh/id_rsa.pub
To generate keys: ssh-keygen
To display in terminal: cat ~/.ssh/id_rsa.pub
Give bash script permissions: chmod +x script.sh
Useful guide: https://www.digitalocean.com/community/tutorials/how-to-set-up-ssh-keys-on-ubuntu-1604
For the first time I tried to build simple php template for my own website. I read this and this. Header, body and footer. And in the body I wanted to have additional php scripts (to define meta description and title for every site). But it did not work at first and it took me few hours to fint that:
If it does not work then change this…
<?php echo file_get_contents("html/body.php"); ?>
<?php include 'html/body.php';?>
And everything works.
I have looked for these things multiple times. Guide on Zone.ee page – really good. List of common SSH commands on Mediatemple page. Useful guide on how to Set Up SSH Keys on Ubuntu 18.04 DigitalOcean page.
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This title is for Google. I am just sharing my experience in hosting websites at an affordable price.
I have tried Dreamhost and Bluehost to save money for some of my voluntary projects (but did not save any). If possible, keep away from these despite them being heavily advertised.
For smaller projects, mainly in the past, I have used planet.ee service (provided by Zone). This is 10GB of space, 1 MySQL database (but you can actually fit multiple WP installations into one), free SSL certificate and much more. Absolutely fantastic thing for 11.88€ per year. Very snappy and simple to use.
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An idea that you can give me – through a secure channel so that I actually do not get access to those – your social media passwords (full access) for a specific time. And you need to pay for it.
Option one is cheaper but there is no way to get them back before right time. Unless you crack it with a supercomputer.
The second option is more expensive and if you want to get them back before the right time you need to pay penalty. Useful if you would like to lock yourself out from social media.
I used to code by using Notepad++, FileZilla and WordPress’ built in editor. For years. After blowing up one of my sites twice(!) after the failure of built in editor I understood I is not supposed to be so.
Then I did some research and found free Atom. Since then I had only seen it on pictures on agency websites. Took some time for beginner like myself to understand how it works but I love it. It saves so much time and is very much forgiving if I make mistakes.
To get it work through FTP to develop websites you that are hosted on your server you need to install package named Remote FTP, configure the file correctly (instructions are behind the link) and you are ready to go.
For every FTP connection you need separate “folder” where all the files are kept in your computer. If you need to connect no new ftp go File → Open folder (and open just folder).
If you have any questions then there is plenty of information (also about bugs) in Google.
Win+R → write “powershell” without quotation marks → and terminal opens.
Very good instructions are here for Zone.ee server users on how to get to your shared hosting through SSH. For beginners this is super useful.
Ubuntu terminal on Windows 10
It is also possible to use Ubuntu terminal on Windows 10. You can download it from Microsoft Store, for example here. But, before you can install it you have to set your Windows settings to developer mode.
If you do not do this then simply does not work. Maybe there was something in addition to that but at this point I do not remember 🙂 But it took few hours to figure out why does the Microsoft Store installation fails.