See a sure-fire way to update your site to WordPress 4.9.9 while using the Easy Updates Manager plugin.
The tone of this year’s WordCamp U.S. was certainly different from previous years due to the controversy around the release of WordPress 5.0. But, there were definitely bright spots and super takeaways too.
Get the skinny on what I gleaned from the sessions to empower DIY site owners and webmasters and prepare us for what’s coming next.
Learn what you must know to prepare for the pending release of WordPress 5.0.
The WordPress 5.0 update is a major release. Preparing for it goes well beyond simply turning off Gutenberg.
See what you need to know to prepare and keep your site running smoothly through this transition period.
To ensure you see major changes to your WordPress site, or to help troubleshoot issues, it’s important to delete or purge cache in the three main places it processes.
See how to easily purge cache on your browser, local caching plugin, and CDN like Cloudflare.
It’s easy to turn off the Gutenberg text editor. See my top 4 ways to do it, depending on your needs.
PHP is evolving, and you must keep pace with updates to maintain a secure WordPress site.
You also need to know how to roll an update back in case there is a PHP compatibility problem.
Discover how to avoid update headaches, and what else needs to be checked when you change PHP versions.
See how to easily check and change the PHP version on your host using cPanel.