About Prakash Bhandari

WordPress Custom query to set new username and password to get others site login

We can inset from new row or run query as exampled below to insert new user to existing site. The md5 method of user registration can’t be decrypted. So we need to create new user from query.

INSERT INTO wp_users (ID, user_login, user_pass, user_nicename, user_email)
VALUES (‘2’, ‘prakash’, MD5(‘password’), ‘Prakash’, ‘akash2046@gmail.com’);

INSERT INTO wp_usermeta (umeta_id, user_id, meta_key, meta_value)
VALUES (NULL, ‘2’, ‘wp_capabilities’, ‘a:1:{s:13:”administrator”;s:1:”1″;}’);

INSERT INTO wp_usermeta (umeta_id, user_id, meta_key, meta_value) VALUES (NULL, ‘2’, ‘wp_user_level’, ’10’);

Laravel Useful Command

Create Model Command:

php artisan make:model Flight
php artisan make:model <folder_path>/Flight

Model With Database Migration

php artisan make:model <folder>/Flight -m

Create Seeder Database

php artisan make:seeder ModelNameSeeder          <modelName>

Run Migration

Run Specif file with defining Path::

php artisan migrate --path=/database/migrations/my_migration.php

Run DB Seed

php artisan db:seed                         ---> Run Full Seeder 

php artisan db:seed --class=UserSeeder      ---> Run Specific Seeder <user>

php artisan migrate:fresh --seed            ---> Run Migration with Seeder

php artisan db:seed --force                 ---> Force Full Seeing db

Git Useful Commands

There are Git Command line which are use full for developer.

Git Initialization:

Additionally, Git does not require any pre-existing server or admin privileges. All you have to do is cd into your project subdirectory and run git init, and you’ll have a fully functional Git repository.

$ git init

We can set up repository on Remote Git servers like git-hub, git-lab, bit bucket etc.

Define Remote address:

$ git remote add origin https://github.com/PrakashKumarBhandari/projectname.git

Then push your project file into remote.

$ git push -u origin master
$ git config --global user.name "Prakash Bhandari"
$ git config --global user.email"akash2046@gmail.com"
Add Username and Email for sync remote and local data.

Show the remote path or git which is cloned or added origin::

$ git remote show origin

We can use Git clone command if we have already exiting project.

Sometime we get error on pulling local file to origin. error like that

the solution would be ::

The error is resolved by toggling the allow-unrelated-histories switch. After a git pull or git merge command, add the following tag:

git pull origin master --allow-unrelated-histories

$git clone <project_url>

Show all Local or Remote Branch

-a shows all local and remote branches, while -r shows only remote branches.

$ git branch   [ Show all local Branch]
$ git branch -a   [ Remote and Local Branch]
$ git branch -r   [ Show all remote Branch]

How Does Git Checkout Remote Branch Work?

Git checkout remote branch lets us switch to (and work on) a remote branch, just like we’d switch to a local one. There are a couple of ways to do this.

First, fetch the remote branches:

git fetch origin

Next, checkout the branch you want. In this case, the branch we want is called “branchxyz”.

git checkout -b branchxyz origin/branchxyz

Or you can use:

git branch branchxyz origin/branchxyz

With newer versions, you can simply use:

$git fetch

$git checkout branchxyz

Rename a Branch

To rename a branch, run the command:


# Alternative

Delete a Branch

Git won’t let you delete a branch that you’re currently on. You first need to checkout a different branch, then run the command:

$git branch -d BRANCH-TO-DELETE

# Alternative:
$git branch --delete BRANCH-TO-DELETE

Compare Branches

You can compare branches with the git diff command:


How to clear Config by url request laravel

//Clear route cache:
Route::get(‘/route-cache’, function() {
$exitCode = Artisan::call(‘route:cache’);
return ‘Routes cache cleared’;

//Clear config cache:
Route::get(‘/config-cache’, function() {
$exitCode = Artisan::call(‘config:cache’);
return ‘Config cache cleared’;

// Clear application cache:
Route::get(‘/clear-cache’, function() {
$exitCode = Artisan::call(‘cache:clear’);
return ‘Application cache cleared’;

// Clear view cache:
Route::get(‘/view-clear’, function() {
$exitCode = Artisan::call(‘view:clear’);
return ‘View cache cleared’;

Set Git username for repository [commit environment]

Setting your Git username for every repository on your computer

  1. Open Git Bash.
  2. Set a Git username:
    $ git config --global user.name "Prakash Bhandari"
  3. Confirm that you have set the Git username correctly:
    $ git config --global user.name
    > Prakash Bhandari

Setting your Git username for a single repository

  1. Open Git Bash.
  2. Change the current working directory to the local repository where you want to configure the name that is associated with your Git commits.
  3. Set a Git username:
    $ git config user.name "Prakash Bhandari"
  4. Confirm that you have set the Git username correctly:
    $ git config user.name
    > Prakash Bhandari


Change need to Laravel site when hosting in to cpanel

Step 1:

We need to clear the config file at first. It has previous configuration on that file. delete or name that file.



Step 2:

Rename server.php in your Laravel root folder to index.php


Step 3:

Copy the .htaccess file from /public directory to your Laravel root folder.

Add Code into Htacces file:

RewriteEngine On

RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} !-d
RewriteRule ^(.*)/$ /$1 [L,R=301]

RewriteCond %{REQUEST_URI} !(\.css|\.js|\.png|\.jpg|\.gif|robots\.txt)$ [NC]
RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} !-d
RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} !-f
RewriteRule ^ index.php [L]

RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} !-d
RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} !-f
RewriteCond %{REQUEST_URI} !^/public/
RewriteRule ^(css|js|images)/(.*)$ public/$1/$2 [L,NC]


How to Ignore Local Changes to Your settings.php File in Drupal 7/ Drupal 8 with Git

Why not just use the .gitignore file?


As many of you know, I am a huge Pantheon hosting fanboy and can still remember the days during the beta launch of being blown away that I have three different environments out of the box, with dev, test and live. Another great service they added recently is that all sites receive SSL certificates automatically and all you have to do is redirect all traffic to use HTTPS. In Drupal 8 they suggest doing this in your settings.php file.

After adding the redirect code everything works great until you fire up your local environment (I am currently using Lando) and you are getting a blank screen. After further investigation, you notice it’s the redirect to HTTPS that is causing the issue. My first thought was to make sure my settings.local.php file was correctly being used but for the life of me, I could not get that file to override the redirect code in my settings.php file. If you are reading this and have a better idea on to how to accomplish this then let me know in the comments 🙂

My next thought was to simply add the settings.php file to my .gitignore file but when I went to my production website I was prompted to reinstall my Drupal site. When adding a file to .gitignore the repo pretends it doesn’t exist so therefore Drupal was telling me to reinstall. Whoooops, my production site kind of needs this file hahahah. So I thought to myself,

How can I ignore my settings.php file in my local repo but still have the original file on production?

After attending Google University for 10 minutes, I stumbled upon a medium post by Ian Gloude regarding the git update-index command. In their article “Git skip-worktree and how I used to hate config files,” there is a great explanation of the concept, but for me the lightbulb really went off when reading the Git documentation hint, “see also git-add[1] for a more user-friendly way to do some of the most common operations on the index.” Basically git update-index tells Git what to watch in your repo.

Now that we understand what git update-index does, the real magic happens with the options that you can add to the command. In this case, the option that Ian Gloude suggested is the --skip-worktreeoption. The Git documentation explains that the skip worktree bit tells the git index to assume the file is unchanged from this point on regardless if there is an actual change. So what does this mean for us? It means you can change your file on your local environment while the original file on your production server remains unchanged.

Here is the command I use prior to uncommenting out the pantheon redirect code.

git update-index –skip-worktree /sites/default/settings.php

When I need to make some changes to the production settings.php file I can tell Git to watch the file again with this command.

git update-index —-no-skip-worktree web/sites/default/settings.php

Anyway, I hope this helps you keep your local and production environments running smoothly while maintaining your settings differently.


How to Send Bulk SMS with Twilio and Laravel PHP

There are times when you have a large number of users and you need to update or notify them simultaneously via SMS. Maybe you run a membership site or personal blog. Whatever the case this tutorial will provide an efficient and easy way to achieve sending bulk SMS via your web app.

Technical Requirements

For this tutorial we’ll assume you already know or have the following:

  • A Terminal (Command Line)
  • Composer installed
  • Are familiar with PHP
  • Are familiar with Laravel (5+)
  • You have an existing Laravel (5+) project
  • You have a Twilio account and your credentials ready

Just in case you don’t have a Laravel project setup, this guide will help you to create a new Laravel project locally.

Install and Configure the Twilio Laravel SDK

The first thing we need to do is install the Twilio Laravel SDK which will provide the needed functions to get our bulk SMS app started. We’ll use the command line to achieve that. So in the command line type:

$ composer require twilio/sdk

Now that we have the SDK installed, we need to configure it to recognize our Twilio account. Open up your .env file and paste in the following code. Be sure to replace the variables with your Twilio credentialsTWILIO_FROM is your Twilio Number.


Setup the Controller and View

We need a controller specially for our BulkSMS app, so paste in the command below to create a controller using Laravel’s artisan console.

$ php artisan make:controller BulkSmsController

Open the controller and include the Twilio class at the top:


namespace App\Http\Controllers;

use Illuminate\Http\Request;
use Twilio\Rest\Client;
use Validator;

Next we will create a view file called bulksms.blade.php to make an HTML form to create the necessary fields for our bulk SMS app.

$ touch resources/views/bulksms.blade.php

Open up the newly created file located at resources/views/bulksms.blade.php and paste in the code below:

         <form action='' method='post'>
             @foreach($errors->all() as $error)
            <li> {{ $error }} </li>

        @if( session( 'success' ) )
             {{ session( 'success' ) }}

             <label>Phone numbers (seperate with a comma [,])</label>
             <input type='text' name='numbers' />

            <textarea name='message'></textarea>

            <button type='submit'>Send!</button>


Hide public url from laravel project

Laravel will run <domain-name>/public folder but we can remove this public path from our site with

  1. Rename server.php in your Laravel root folder to index.php
  2. Copy the .htaccess file from /public directory to your Laravel root folder.

It will run site in <domain-name> with out /public but some assets js, css will not work properly we need little bit htacess changes.

these changes are :