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WooCommerce Custom Tables Initial Implementation Ready for Testing

Earlier this year, WooCommerce announced it would create an MVP for custom order tables by 2022, a significant improvement that delivers substantial performance gains for stores. The WooCommerce development team is now calling for developers, agencies, and hosting companies to test the migration of the initial implementation of customer order tables. The testing process will … Continue reading “WooCommerce Custom Tables Initial Implementation Ready for Testing”

How to Increase PHP Max Input Vars Limit in WordPress

The PHP variable max_input_vars was introduced in PHP as a security measure to limit the maximum number of POST variables sent. It represents the number of variables your server can use to run a function. If you get the error “Increase PHP Max Input Vars Limit” in WordPress, you need to increase the PHP max_input_vars … Continue reading “How to Increase PHP Max Input Vars Limit in WordPress”

What is the Best WordPress Backup Plugin in 2022? A Review

Are you looking for the best WordPress backup plugin to create regular website backups? What does it mean to you if someone breaks into your website, you accidentally delete all your data, or one of your plugins has a technical issue leading to data loss? If you don’t have a clear answer to this question, you’ve … Continue reading “What is the Best WordPress Backup Plugin in 2022? A Review”

Test Plugin Updates & Website Changes Using One Single Dashboard!

Has a plugin update ever affected your website? Or are you afraid of modifying your website while keeping your audiences on hold? Well, I’d like to speak about a well-known solution to all of this and a lot more – create a staging site! It’s easier to manage a staging site when you have just … Continue reading “Test Plugin Updates & Website Changes Using One Single Dashboard!”

Fix: Call to undefined function get allowed block template part areas()

After updating to latest WordPress version 5.9 it can happen that you get a blank white page or a fatal error saying something like: [26-Jan-2022 15:52:28 UTC] PHP Fatal error: Uncaught Error: Call to undefined function get_allowed_block_template_part_areas() in /home/web/public_html/new/wp-includes/blocks/template-part.php:168 If you only get a white page without seeing anything, you can verify this error by … Continue reading “Fix: Call to undefined function get allowed block template part areas()”

How to Create and Add Admin User With MySQL in WordPress

Did you lock yourself out of the WordPress admin dashboard? That can happen due to changes in the database, an accident, or a technical issue that deleted your WordPress admin account. To fix that, you can create and add a new admin account by applying one of these options: Add a piece of little code … Continue reading “How to Create and Add Admin User With MySQL in WordPress”

GoDaddy Hosted Websites Compromised – Security Breach Affects 1.2M WordPress Customers

GoDaddy announced that an unknown attacker had gained unauthorized access to the system used to serve its managed WordPress sites, affecting up to 1.2 million WordPress customers. Note that this number does not include the number of customers on websites affected by this violation, and some GoDaddy customers have more than one website on their … Continue reading “GoDaddy Hosted Websites Compromised – Security Breach Affects 1.2M WordPress Customers”

How to Backup and Restore Your WordPress Website

This article explains the backup function of WP STAGING | PRO. You can create a backup of your entire WordPress website with one click and download it. So, If your website breaks due to an updated plugin or a hacking attack, you can restore your website and bring it back to its previous working state. … Continue reading “How to Backup and Restore Your WordPress Website”

How to Backup WordPress Site Manually

WordPress is easily one of the most popular website builders out there, and in fact, around 455 million websites use WordPress in some form or another. This essentially accounts for roughly 40% of all websites, which is just a truly staggering figure to comprehend.  Of course, not everybody runs their own WordPress site, and most … Continue reading “How to Backup WordPress Site Manually”