If you’ve worked with WooCommerce, then you know that it is PACKED with features. These are awesome! Sometimes, however, there are times when you need to get rid of some of the stuff that WooCommerce spits out by default. Luckily, we can do that relatively easily.
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My Vagrant kept wanting to recreate itself even though it already existed. Not only is this inconvenient if you have specific configurations you made to your Vagrant after the initial install, but it could be detrimental if you use Vagrant to hold your database and didn’t have a backup handy. Luckily, I was able to point Vagrant back in the right direction.
When you build a website, performance is often something that is overlooked. In this day and age, it is important to keep performance in your mind from the beginning of every project.
Your current workflow probably looks something like: make changes locally, push them to staging evnironment, test, push to live. Thats a perfectly good workflow.. for a solo developer.