WordPress Database Control

WordPress automatically saves pages that you edit, allowing you to go “back in time”, if you will, and while that’s a great feature, it can lead to problems.

WordPress automatically saves pages that you edit, allowing you to go “back in time”, if you will, and while that’s a great feature, it can lead to problems.

WordPress Security Update

Yesterday WordPress released a security patch that fixes a huge vulnerability that they discovered in the code, so we pretty much dropped everything, and did nothing but upgrades all day.

Yesterday WordPress released a security patch that fixes a huge vulnerability that they discovered in the code, so we pretty much dropped everything, and did nothing but upgrades all day.

Instant WordPress Backups

Cloning, moving, backing up or copying WordPress sites is critical, and we’ve used several different methods over the years.  Getting the sites, databases, and files copied and safely stored elsewhere has been possible, but it’s always been a somewhat complicated process, especially the “restore” process.

Cloning, moving, backing up or copying WordPress sites is critical, and we’ve used several different methods over the years.  Getting the sites, databases, and files copied and safely stored elsewhere has been possible, but it’s always been a somewhat...

Securing WordPress

I’ve been reading about a rash of WordPress sites being hacked lately, and today I finally got hit, with five so far that I know about.

My programmer and I have been spending the last couple of hours dealing with site recoveries, which luckily is pretty easy for us with two of the backup plug-ins that we are using.

I’ve been reading about a rash of WordPress sites being hacked lately, and today I finally got hit, with five so far that I know about. My programmer and I have been spending the last couple of hours dealing with site recoveries, which luckily is pretty easy for...

SEO Automatic Plugin Issues

We’re currently having some issues with a couple of our plugins, primarily because I chose to use a separate menu item rather than clutter up the WordPress default menus.

I’ve always hated when the WP menus got so long you couldn’t find things, and appreciated plugins that created their own section, but now WordPress has made things “more secure”.

We’re currently having some issues with a couple of our plugins, primarily because I chose to use a separate menu item rather than clutter up the WordPress default menus. I’ve always hated when the WP menus got so long you couldn’t find things, and...