What’s new in WordPress 5.2?

What's new in WordPress 5.2

Fatal PHP error protection WordPress 5.2 includes protection for fatal errors in PHP code, when a fatal error is detected by WordPress then the user will see a WordPress error message instead of a “white screen of death”. An email is also sent to the administrator of the site. Recovery mode Recovery mode means that […]

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How to disable the Gutenberg editor in WordPress 5

Disable Gutenberg editor WordPress 5

How to disable or deactivate the Gutenberg editor in WordPress 5. Adding a snippet to your functions.php file is all that is required.

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What to change when installing WordPress to improve security

Change installing WordPress improve security

When installing WordPress you should change the default database prefix and username for security reasons.

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Why you should have a staging version of your WordPress site

why staging version WordPress

What should you use your staging site for? Perform all theme, plugin or code updates Test out new plugins or themes Test out new styling or features Perform tests on after updates Security and stability Updates, upgrades and testing A staging site is where you should perform all updates and changes before applying them to […]

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What to consider before updating to WordPress 5

What to consider before updating to WordPress 5

As this is a major release we would like to recommend all WordPress users and admins to proceed with caution before updating to this version, as the chances of things breaking are much more likely in a release like this compared to a minor release. If you don’t want to use the Gutenberg editor at […]

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