When I upgraded PHP from 7.4 to 8.1 in DreamHost, the site stopped loading. DreamHost support said that, "the error was caused by the theme in use (cityguide-child/ Parent theme cityguide) not being compatible with PHP 8.1" and suggested checking with t
I'm relatively new to customising WordPress and I am unsure what happens to custom tables that are manually added to the database when WordPress is updated to a new version. Are custom tables deleted when updating WordPress? Is the data in custom tables overwritten? I have been asked to impor
I created an options page where users can enter their Google Captcha key and secret. Using update_option I am able to add these values to Elementor's settings.
I'm trying to do the same with JetForm but it seems to need these values actually adde
I have been searching for a way to better manage dates on a WordPress website. I work at a college whose website is on WordPress. One issue we continuously run into is out of dates for reoccurring events. For instance, there is the start and end of re
The bottom right of the plugin details usually has an Install or Update button.
How do I get the Install/Update button to reappear?
In a previous version of the plugin updating was disabled using the auto_u
I have Wordpress running on my dedicated server, and I thought it would be a good idea to use Git so that I can track changes that I make over time.
I have updated a few things, mostly just little changes to CSS or commenting out some HTML from PH
TL;DR: Regarding plugins: Are there any noteworthy difference between clicking 'Update' in the WordPress backend, compared to replacing all the files with the files for a newer version?
I'm trying to control the v
Within my WordPress dashboard, I am receiving the error that my PHP version needs to be updated to v7.4 as it currently shows v5.6.40.
The thing is, I have actually gone into the cPanel for this website and updated the PHP version to 7.4, as well
I've already tried the DISALLOW_FILE_MODS constant, but it disables plugin updates as well, which is not what I need. I need automatic theme and plugin update checking, and the ability to install the found updates to work in the Wordpress dashboard, but