How to disable the Gutenberg editor in WordPress 5. Adding a snippet to your functions.php file is all that is required.
When installing WordPress you should change the default database prefix and username for security reasons.
PHP version 5.6 will not be supported from the 1st of January 2019 and onwards. PHP 7.0 will likewise lose its security support on December 3 2018. Please update your PHP version to 7.1 or 7.2 if you haven’t done so already. Read more about the topic and what actions you should take on the […]
Maintaining a WordPress site is not as easy as one may think. There are numerous thing which can go wrong, especially during updates on the site. If you are maintaining WordPress sites but you don’t consider it one of your core business areas, then it might be a good idea to let someone who does […]
The answer to the question in the title of this post is very simple: You won’t risk any downtime or problems on your production site if you use your staging site properly. Your site can of course go down for reasons beyond your control, such as the server going down, but using a staging site […]
Caching plugins can be a great asset in serving your WordPress site faster to end-users, but it’s not always a good idea to have caching active. Here are a few website states where using a caching plugin is not a very good idea: — When developing the site When developing your site you tend to […]
The most important thing about speeding up a WordPress installations is, you guessed it – the actual speed your site loads at. A lot of people seem to forget this simple but important fact, and stare blindly at scores from for example Google Page Speed Insights instead. When speeding up a WordPress installation, the most […]
The topic is very general, but it can be argued that a WordPress site which is functioning properly, will continue to do so until something on the site or server changes. When do things actually break in WordPress sites? For something to break in WordPress, something has to be changed in one way or another […]
The reason why you should not use Admin as your username on any WordPress installation is very simple; it’s the default username WordPress gives you unless you change it. Hackers are of course well aware of this, and the admin username is likely the first one they will try out to be able to gain […]