How to Install Paid Plugins with Composer

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

Using Composer with Gravity Forms

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

Adding an SSL Certificate to WordPress

Requirements: Namecheap registered domain name DigitalOcean hosted WordPress site on Ubuntu WordPress site built on Bedrock, Trellis (LEMP stack), and Sage A RapidSSL certificate (via Namecheap) Domain validation rights (access to the email address listed on the WHOIS) After you’ve purchased a RapidSSL (single domain in this case), click to manage, then activate It will not prompt … Continued