11 May 2019

What’s Coming in WordPress 5.2 Features

This release will bring improvements to the block editor, site health check, several bug fixes and minor enhancements.

That being said, let’s take a look at some of the upcoming features in WordPress 5.2.

 

1. Improved Fatal Error Protection in WordPress.
2. Block Editor Updates in WordPress 5.2.
3. Performance Improvements.
4. Accessibility Improvements.
5. Introduction of New Blocks.
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19 Dec 2018

How to Disable Gutenberg of Your WordPress Site?

The easiest way to disable Gutenberg is to install my free plugin, Disable Gutenberg. It is a simple plugin focused on one thing: disabling Gutenberg and restoring the default classic WP Editor screen. Just enable the plugin, choose your options and done. Options include:

  • Disable Gutenberg completely (all post types)
  • Disable Gutenberg only on specific post types
  • Disable Gutenberg for specific user roles
  • Disable Gutenberg for any theme templates
  • Option to hide the “Try Gutenberg callout nag
  • Option to hide the Gutenberg menu item

 

So it’s flexible yet simple, and super easy to use.

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04 Oct 2018

How to Create a WordPress Child Theme?

Creating a child theme is extremely simple, so much so you can copy and paste my example below.

To create a child theme for your theme, you will need to do the following steps:

  1. Create a theme directory in your WordPress install
  2. Create a stylesheet with information about your child theme
  3. Pull in the styles of your parent theme

Once these steps are completed you can activate your child theme and your website will look exactly the same as before, but it will be using your child theme.

So let’s go through the above steps in detail. For this example, I will be creating a child theme for the Twenty Fourteen default theme.

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10 Aug 2018

HOW To Change PHP Version, Module and PHP Variables?

All of our cPanel Servers are running on CloudLinux OS with cPanel/WHM.

PHP Selector is a CloudLinux feature that allows each cPanel user to select PHP version, module and php variables based on their needs.

You can easily switch between several different PHP Versions such as 5.6, 7.1, 7.2 as well as enable or disable many PHP modules, such as apc, mysqli, gd, pdo, soap and etc, entirely based on your needs. It also allows user to change the PHP Variables/Settings such as: max_execution_time, upload_max_filesize, memory_limit and etc.

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17 Mar 2018

PHP 5.6 to PHP 7.0 Or Switch

Ok, so let’s start with the server. First, you’re running PHP 5.6. You should be running 7. Here’s why.

  • Site speed – PHP 7 can handle uncached hits 2-3x faster than on PHP 5.5
  • Resource efficiency – An upgrade to PHP 7 is estimated to bring 30-50% improvements in memory consumption
  • Service more concurrent users – PHP 7 can serve up to 3x as many requests per second and handle more traffic with the same number of resources
  • Return type declarations – You can now specify return type variables with PHP 7
  • Error handling – Many fatal errors have been replaced with object-oriented exceptions to make it easier to find and address bugs
  • Long-term support – Lower technical debt with ongoing support of bug fixes, security patches, and maintenance updates for years to come
APT COM shared hosting support an upgrade to 7.
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