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WebDevStudios Releases Block Scaffolding Tool for Developers – WordPress Tavern

WebDevStudios released its custom block scaffolding tool to the public on Tuesday. It is a fork of the core WordPress script, which was rolled out in February alongside Gutenberg 7.4. The goal is to allow plugin developers to get started building without all the tedious setup required to build even the most basic block. The script is available as an npm package titled @webdevstudios/block. One of the differences between the core package and this one is the addition of the WebDevStudios custom CSS, JavaScript, and PHP coding standards. It makes use of the WDS Block Starter project to… More Info

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How to Migrate WordPress From Localhost to Live Server? – Techiexpert.com – TechiExpert.com

Great, you are done developing and testing your WordPress website on your local setup. You have ironed out all the problems and are happy with the results. What next? The next step is to make it live, so your users can get to it. The big question is, ‘How do you go about migrating your WordPress site from your localhost to the live server?’ Well, that is what this article is all about. We will cover two ways to help you publish your WordPress website: Using a plugin Manually We recommend the first method as it is easy for both techies and the not-so-tech-savvy. Also,… More Info

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Reimagining WordPress Safety and Speed

Hackers are getting smarter, and over 70% of WordPress websites today are vulnerable to malicious attacks. A huge part of the blame falls on outdated software. Apart from security, one of the biggest WordPress challenges today is speed. Various things can cause WordPress websites to slow down, but overloaded or improperly configured web hosting servers is a big part of the problem. Slow website speed Slow servers can seriously damage your website’s speed and loading times which doesn’t impress potential customers. A 2017 research study shows that 53% of mobile website visitors… More Info

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WooCommerce 4.3 Beta Available for Testing – WordPress Tavern

The first beta for WooCommerce 4.3 was released yesterday. The team behind the popular eCommerce plugin added a new homepage screen, updated the product grid blocks, and is pushing users to update their version of PHP. Users who want to test the latest beta version can do so by grabbing the ZIP file from WordPress.org and uploading it to their site. They can also install and activate the WooCommerce Beta Tester plugin to switch between versions. The WooCommerce team plans to make the first release candidate available on June 23. If all goes well over the following two weeks, the… More Info

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Review Signal Publishes WordPress Hosting Benchmarks for 2020, Introduces WooCommerce Testing – WordPress Tavern

Review Signal founder Kevin Ohashi has published the site’s annual WordPress Hosting Performance Benchmarks for 2020, along with a smaller set of benchmarks for WooCommerce hosting. For the past seven years Ohashi has been using sentiment analysis to capture consumer reviews of hosting companies on Twitter. He also performs a set of tests to measure peak performance and consistency for WordPress hosts. The testing started as a bet that Ohashi took from an executive at GoDaddy who claimed the company’s platform was as good, in terms of performance, as any other on the market… More Info

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HubSpot vs. WordPress: How to Make an Informed Decision on a CMS

One of the biggest questions any enterprise faces happens right at the beginning: “Do we want HubSpot or WordPress for our website?” The backend software that you use to create your website has a tremendous impact on its future. Every content management system (CMS) comes packaged with its own built-in capabilities – as well as its own design assumptions – that influence your entire workflow. A CMS is a software suite that allows you to build, manage, and update your website. Most CMS suites can help you achieve most web goals you’re working toward, but each one has their own pros… More Info

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Warning: mysqli_true_hook up(): (HY000/2002): Link refused in /residence/eurasiny/public_html/wp-features/wp-db.php on line 1633WordPress › Error Connection refused This both means that the username and password information and facts in your wp-config.php file is incorrect or we just cannot get hold of the database server at localhost. This could imply your host’s database server is down. Are you sure you have the proper username and password? Are you confident you have typed the accurate hostname? Are you sure the databases server is managing? If you are doubtful what these phrases… More Info

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Build Forms via the Block Editor With Gutenberg Forms – WordPress Tavern

The quest for the perfect form plugin is nearly as old as WordPress. Projects have come and gone. There are some great form plugins out there, but far too often the choices are between massive builders that do things their own way and solutions so simple that they do not quite live up to expectations. Munir Kamal has put his hat into the ring with his take on this saturated market with Gutenberg Forms, a plugin designed for exclusively building forms within the block editor. The plugin is by no means perfect. It has numerous quirks. It does a lot of things right. It fails at times… More Info

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How to Fix “Are You Sure You Want to Do This?” Error in WordPress site

Are you unable to proceed with tasks on your WordPress site because you get the prompt “Are you sure you want to do this?” Seeing this error can make you second guess your actions because you might have just broken your WordPress website. So what does this warning mean? Unfortunately, there isn’t a simple answer as there are a number of reasons why you might be seeing this error. It could mean a plugin is malfunctioning, or worse, your website has been hacked! If a hacker has broken into your site, they can damage it by stealing data, displaying spam content, and defrauding your… More Info

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WordPress Bumps Minimum PHP Recommendation to 7.2 – WordPress Tavern

Late last week WordPress made major progress towards the goal of getting users to adopt newer versions of PHP. The ServeHappy API has been updated to set the minimum acceptable PHP version to 7.2, while the WordPress downloads page recommends 7.3 or newer. Sergey Biryukov committed this change on the meta trac after opening a ticket for it nine days ago. Previously, the ServeHappy dashboard widget was showing the upgrade notice to users of PHP 5.6 or lower. “After discussing with the core Site Health team and the Hosting Team, it has come up that the most sensible next move is… More Info

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