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Go to Composer, run: cd ~/sites/project-name/site Delete installed.json, run: rm -rf vendor/composer/installed.json Delete composer.lock, run: rm -rf composer.lock Clear Composer’s cache, run: composer clear-cache && rm -rf ~/.composer/cache Install or update composer, run: composer install composer update
Visual guide and resources found below. How to Push a database: Install Migrate DB Pro to Composer Commit to Github and re-deploy the site Setup Migrate DB Pro on staging/production site: Activate the newly found plugins Click ‘settings’ (or navigate to tools>migrate db>Settings tab) Check ‘accept push requests allow this database to be overwritten Copy the Rest … Continued
If you already have your SSH key added to DigitalOcean, skip to step 4. If you already have an SSH key, but it’s not connected to your DigitalOcean, you only need to do steps 3.5-7. If you don’t have an SSH key yet– in your command line, go to your root directory and create a new SSH key: … Continued
Instant Lead Notifications: When I built a website on Bootstrap earlier this year, we were using to Zapier to notify the client of leads and submissions. When you’re a hosting company branded around being fast, you want to be punctual getting back to the prospects. To keep my overhead low, I was on the free … Continued
Add the plugin to a remote server: Upload the plugin to a Github repo. Add a composer.json. Or you can just use my repo: Add the repo’s remote url to the composer.json. Below that, add a line like this to make sure Composer requires it. Note: You won’t need those commas at the end if it will … Continued
First priority: local deployment via gulp watch Remove any unnecessary hosts Installing the Roots package– Bedrock, Trellis, and Sage2.0 Second priority: staging deployment. Deploying Bedrock and Sage via Trellis adding my domain to my host file (see gas mask) Working on Sage Locally– before we do anything past gulp watching, go to step 4. Deploy … Continued
Using Composer with Gravity Forms is way harder than it should be. Here’s a post explaining how I figured out how to do it. I’ll admit, I have yet to try out all of the different options people recommended, but all I know was that my solution of linking to GravityForms’ .zip download link has proven … Continued