I recently redesigned the site for my multimedia documentary series, The Speaking of HOME Project. Like much of what I do, the site for the project runs on WordPress. A friend asked me how I work on projects, knowing I only build custom WordPress themes for myself. I’ve also been asked how a few things on the Speaking of HOME site are done code-wise. I decided to give a look at how I work.
If you’re using a digital audio recorder, or have ever had a need to combine multiple audio files into one larger file, then Audacity is a great tool for the job. In this screencast, I walk you through how to combine two separate audio files into one, and export it as an mp3.
I’ve recently received several emails from visitors to this site saying they were having trouble accessing blog pages and entries. I want to apologize for those issues. They should be resolved now.
This provides a nice segue into a conversation I had recently about troubleshooting issues in WordPress. Specifically, troubleshooting some of the error messages generated by security plugins. I’ve written previous posts about WordPress security, and I suspect I will write even more. While the issue folks were having recently, wasn’t necessarily a security issue, it was a security plugin that triggered errors that I received via email. Ultimately, the issue was a file name, and server logs are involved.
If this post intro makes you feel like you’re reading “Cloud Atlas” (i.e. confusing), I’m sorry. The point of Cloud Atlas is true of the things you’re about to read, everything is connected.