The latest update to WordPress is all about helping users troubleshoot problems that may occur with your website and urging them to keep the site as secure as possible.
December 2018 brings a great deal of excitement to the WordPress world. The 4th meeting of WordCamp US, held in Nashville TN, has just completed. WordPress 5.0, with its much discussed Gutenberg editor has just been released into the wild. (It was followed less than 10 days later by v 5.0.1, a security update.) Even with […]
WordPress is supposed to be foolproof; but we all know that is a misnomer. WordPress websites do break, can sometimes show funky error messages, scream at us about server 500 errors and occasionally just give us a blank browser window. Its not all hopeless. Even as annoying each of these situations can be there are a […]
September/October 2018 – How To Let’s create a local copy of your WordPress website to use as a dev site. Here’s my thinking. Everyone visiting the WordPress SIG, by definition, has some level of interest in WordPress. Whether you like to build WordPress websites in your spare time, or you do it professionally, maybe […]
Welcome to the 2018 – 2019 PACS program year. We’re kicking off the new year with a new schedule and a number of new SIGs. This post comes to you courtesy of the WordPress SIG, not a new SIG by any means, but with a new room, a new time and a new face […]