I’d like to share a letter which I’ve got few days back and I think, it’s really inspiring for any author.
The letter came from Vietnam and the reader wrote it after reading my book “Beginning Laravel” by Apress.
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I just want to share my wordpress coding exercises with my readers.
The very first in this series is “wordpress coding from scratch”. It will teach you how to start your own wordpress theme from the scratch with minimum coding.
You need to create a theme folder in the “wp-content/theme” folder.
Suppose we name it “my-theme”.
In that folder you create a ‘style.css’ file and write few lines of code that can just start your first wordpress site.
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Very simple step. Type this command on your terminal:
mysql -u root -p
It’ll ask for your password that you had given while installing mysql on your Ubuntu machine.
Give the password and it’ll show something like this: