Someone recently reached out to me about helping out with their WordPress website because of the dreaded white screen of death! The site had been developed, well I say developed I actually mean a theme was purchased from ThemeForest then the site was built from within WordPress using a plethora of different plugins needed to make […]
WordPress automatic background updates have landed
Love it or hate it, this week saw the introduction of WordPress automatic background updates with the release of WordPress 3.7 – it can be disabled but why would you want to do that? If a theme or plugin breaks after an update then I’d be concerned about how it complies to WordPress Standards. There are […]
How to manage multiple WordPress installations?
WordPress needs upgrading because a bug has been fixed or some new features have been release oh, and there’s that favourite plugin you use and you’ve installed it across multiple sites but you can’t actually remember which site it’s on…? Can you imagine having to log in to over 100 sites just to upgrade a […]
Downtime for WordPress
Bloggers be aware that today at about 4pm BST there will be some downtime for wordpress users. WordPress.org will be going down for maintenance – physical servers will be moved and a notification will be make once the migration is complete, read more at http://make.wordpress.org/core/2012/10/23/wordpress-org-will-be-undergoing-some-maintenance-starting/