You must upgrade to PHP 7.1 or higher prior to Dec 31, 2018. And it’s best to go to the highest level. But, if PHP 7.2 is the highest, you may run into errors and issues with it. In this quick MaAnna Minute video, I show you how to fix most all of those errors.
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.
GoDaddy misconfigured the privacy setting on one of their Amazon S3 buckets, allowing sensative data about their offerings and 31,000 server configurations to be leaked.
See what this means for your domain registrar account, and how this data could bring your site, and the internet, to its knees.
There is a bug or conflict with the Cloudflare plugin when you set your host PHP level to 7.2.
When you try to save or publish a post, or delete a spam comment, you may get a white screen with an error about the hooks.php file in the Cloudflare plugin.
See the details, where to find more info, and how to fix the problem.
Discover the 4 site foundation changes you MUST make if you don’t want to lose mass traffic or break your site in 2017 and beyond.
Get an overview and checklist of the steps needed to ensure your WordPress site has a smooth transition to PHP 7.
Your WordPress site has a set of master keys to protect your login. They are called SALT keys. And they need to be periodically rotated for better security from Brute Force attacks. Discover what your SALT keys do, where they are located, and how to rotate them.
Want to know what it takes to set up a site securely from scratch?
Now’s your chance to see it live!