Credit: OSHA

Over the past year, I have learned more about WordPress than I had in the previous 10+ years that I have been using this wonderful product. I have designed more responsive web sites, as well as expanded to using WP Multisite and BuddyPress.

I am turning up a new client web site this week and, as a part of this, I am applying the same techniques here as a part of the testing and deployment process. This evening, I will be completely demolishing this domain (of course, after a full backup 😎) and staging only My Sediments Exactly. I will be bringing back all of he other content found here as a part of this anchor site, using WP Multisite. I am already using Multisite here, but will be moving from a sub-domain structure to a sub-directory one. This will make it much simpler to maintain as well as for you and other visitors to navigate, as well as find content using search engines.

As a part of this, I am writing a series of articles about the whole process. One thing that I have found is that there is a wealth of articles and books about WordPress. The problem is that most of it relates to doing it right the first time (DIRTFT). Yes, from this information, you can figure out how to fix the first time problems. My goal is to create articles about how I have been reconstructing what I already have with screenshots, code, and alternatives to fit different installations. This is something I have always meant to do but never got around to it on my WordPress journey. No time like the present!

Let the games begin!