So you built a website. You even run it in Docker container. That’s perfect, but how do you test it? Do you have Selenium tests running in Docker container? Nice. Does the browser Selenium tests drive run in Docker container too? If you feel it’s too much, don’t worry. We’ll see an example with all of that covered 🙂 Keep reading to find out more.
Is it possible to point host name to WordPress website running in Docker container? Sure. Keep reading to find out how.
So you created your wonderful WordPress website and would like to track its usage 🙂 Of course, adding Google analytics seems like an obvious option. Firstly, you created Google Analytics account. What’s next? Obviously, you can install additional WordPress plugins to enable it on your website. However, more plugins may slow your website down. You may wonder how to add Google Analytics support to WordPress website without a plugin. In addition, adding Google analytics to any website requires some effort to make it GDPR-compliant. What exact steps you should take to achieve that? Are there any privacy-friendly and lightweight Google Analytics alternatives which are fully GDPR-compliant? Keep reading to find out answers to all these questions 🙂
Anyone can create a fully functional WordPress website fast. Thanks to Docker, there’s no need to install LAMP stack on your computer. To demonstrate how easy it is to raise LAMP stack using Docker, we will create new WordPress website. In fact, rokpoto.com itself was created using Docker. In addition, Docker simplifies local development and testing. Keep reading to find out how 🙂