How to get Drupal to do the job you want it to do with WordPress

  • August 9, 2021

The wordpress performance tuning plugin (WordPress 4) has a lot of features, but it can be a pain to set up.

I figured it was time to make sure that my blog didn’t get bogged down with that mess.

So, I installed WordPress 4 and set it up with a few simple steps.

I set the site’s settings so that it’s not a full-blown website but that it can use the same settings for all posts, comments, and pages.

If you haven’t installed WordPress before, read my tutorial on setting up a WordPress site.

New WordPress Error 500, Wix says it’s getting the wordpress back, but only if you’re paying for it

  • July 14, 2021

Wix is the latest web platform to have a wordpress problem, with thousands of WordPress sites being blocked and hundreds of users having their accounts temporarily locked because of the issue.

WordPress, a software that powers more than two-thirds of the web’s websites, has been facing a series of technical problems for the past few months, mostly caused by an update to its code.

WordPress has had problems for a few years, and its developer, Mark Kern, has said the problems stem from a misconfiguration in the way the site’s engine was configured.

But the site has been slow to address the problems, as it was still developing.

WordCamp is a two-day online training program, but it was shut down in early March and users were locked out until the end of the month.

WordCamp was shuttered on March 13 because of a bug that would allow malicious users to steal users’ passwords.

WordNexus, another online community that provides forums for online conversations, was also shut down, but wordpress users were able to continue posting comments on the site.

Wordfence, an online security service, was temporarily taken offline on April 7, but the problem was fixed within days.

WordFeed, an alternative news site, was taken offline for several days last week and has been offline since then.

WordPad, another wordpress blog, was closed down and it was unclear if it would ever reopen.

WordStream, another blog, is still offline.

WordSite, another news site that provides online discussion, was removed from the web entirely.

WordSprint, a business software company, was shut out of the marketplace last week.

WordSpot, another alternative news website, was deleted.

WordX, another digital media site, disappeared from the market last week, as well.

WordZoom, a news site and wordpress competitor, also disappeared from sale last week as well, but did not have any reports of issues.

WordMogul, a digital media company, also vanished from sale.

WordShare, a wordprocessing tool, was still available for purchase online, but its functionality was temporarily unavailable due to a bug.

WordFetch, a tool for finding and saving files for WordPress sites, was offline for a couple of days.

Google shut down Google Drive, a service that provides offline file storage for people to download files from.

Google Drive is the biggest repository for free online files, with more than 2 billion files.

It was also the source of a new vulnerability that allowed hackers to remotely access users’ files and steal their passwords.

Google has since patched the bug.