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Discussion in 'Digital Marketing' started by greg8872, Jan 22, 2013.
You may want to check on him.... http://www.virginiabeachtreecare.com/readme.html... "Version 3.5.1"
He offers the service but I don't have it yet. I should have made that clear. Thanks for pointing it out though! I need to practice what I preach when it comes to web stuff.
Wordpress is now at 3.6.1
Thanks for the reminder. I hadn't really touched my site for several months. We get busy and forget about things like that.
Wordpress 3.7 rolled out yesterday.
My wife has awp site that is on a server that has 3 of my sites. Im pretty sure her site has a ton of bugs or broken code. How do I check for this and clean it up?
Basic updates, should be highlighted when you login to the admin.
Anything buggy or broken beyond what the update system will do requires knowing how to program it.
We see and do the updates. How do I find the broken code or other things tgat slow it down? Weve built and changedcthe site along with two others several times. Im some what familiar with ftp code and what not.
Greg on anotherbpost you mentioned going to http://gtmetrix.com/. I did so for my wifes blog and there were were something like 242 requests.... wtf! I dont think thats good.
It was ranked a D and an F.
On another post you mention to not host a wp site on godaddy... im not doing to well here.
- 242 is an absolute nightmare. It's probably either indicative of waaaay too many plugins or a site/theme that has been compromised by hackers.
- GoDaddy has a well-documented track record of being an awful host. The level of awful is exponential when it comes to their WP hosting. Timeouts seem to be part of their core offering...
- Re: broken code, this is most often due to plugins that haven't been updated or themes that are no longer compatible with updated rollouts of WP. If your theme hasn't been touched since WP 2.9 and you're on WP 3.7, you probably have quite a few issues.
If you want to shoot me a PM, I can take a quick look for you. I'm sure Greg would as well, we just never know when he'll wake up to see this. He's known to go on some serious coding benders.