Imagine you’re a business owner with a WordPress site you’ve had for over a dozen years.
You’re slowly winding down your business, with plans to close it in the near future.
But you want to keep your site up and running for a while longer.
You’ve moved to managed WordPress hosting so you don’t have to worry about WordPress updates.
You haven’t changed your custom theme in over five years. And you haven’t added any new content to your site in the past four years. Continue reading WordPress Backup Services and Plugins Part 2: Read the Fine Print
You know that awful thing you hope never happens when you’re making changes on your website?
It happened to me this morning.
I was working on my site, updating plugins, making changes in multiple places, checking the configuration for some obscure setting that took me down a rabbit hole.
When suddenly, when I review my site, it’s not displaying the way it should.
Some update I made caused a problem with search disappearing.
The blog page was empty, there were no posts.