Branches, Edits & Commits This article is part of a series on Github Desktop. For the introductory piece you can visit here. Now, it’s time to get to work and start making your changes to the file(s). You should do this in a branch; this keeps your workspaces separate and manageable. Once you have created […]
Cloning a Repository This article is part of a series on Github Desktop. For the introductory piece you can visit here. In order to work on the files easily, you will need to make another copy on your local machine. You can do this through GitHub Desktop by cloning the files from origin (the fork of […]
How to fork a repository This article is part of a series on Github Desktop. For the introductory piece you can visit here. You obviously can’t work directly on the main project files, so you first need to take a copy of them to your own GitHub account. This is called a fork and it […]
An introductory guide to the GitHub Desktop This is the introductory part of a series of tutorials on GitHub Desktop. GitHub Desktop is a graphical tool that helps you to use GitHub without having to deal with the command line (which, let’s face it, does tend to discourage a lot of people). You could think […]
How to install ClassicPress using Installatron Thanks to the tireless work of Tim Hughes, with more than a little help from James Nylen, we are able to bring you joyous news. And it is something that is surely one step forward for ClassicPress. Installatron has decided to support ClassicPress in their popular auto-installer. Installatron makes […]
Your name: Ilya Ivanov ClassicPress Slack Handle: @norske ClassicPress Forum Handle: @norske Social media handles: @norskes (Instagram & Facebook) Where in the world are you located? Vitebsk, Belarus. Website: Oh, that’s funny. I’ve been building and supporting websites for ages, but have no personal one since ~2010 🙂 Typically once a year I think “Well, […]
Since 2011, I’ve owned a small firm that does brand & marketing strategy and web design & development. I am most passionate about working with small and micro businesses, as well as non-profit organizations.
Mornings are my relaxation and creative times, so I get a lot done without any distractions. Knowing that I’m up while my competition is still counting sheep makes me feel like I have an edge, which in fact, I totally may not because of time zones.
I manage a few developers and contractors; working on everything from small-scale business websites to large non-profits and government projects. My dream job would be to do the same thing, but with a bigger team.
I have been a freelancing web developer but have since moved to teaching high schoolers. Yes, I now have to put on a shirt and proper pants with closed shoes.