Pages with tag Wordpress
Detect website visitors running ad blockers, gently remind them your livelihood is impacted The adblockocalypse was supposed to make it impossible for website owners to make a living, because everyone is going to run ad blockers and we'd get no advertising revenue. Those of us who write on our websites have for years lived under the belief/hope that running advertising would give us a livable income letting us get on with the business of writing. While website advertising no longer works that well, it's an important component of the full monetization strategy every blogger or website author uses.
Headless Wordpress/Drupal is galloping into view with Sleepy Hollow references tagging along for the ride Headless Wordpress is becoming a thing, now that Wordpress 4.4 has been released and has some core support for a REST API. The Drupal world has seen Headless Drupal work for a couple years now, and the Wordpress community has seen the light as well. The advantages of decoupling the website rendering from content management are many, the biggest perhaps being the rapidly changing best practices landscape for delivering content to the display device. The capabilities at the client end are rapidly morphing, much more quickly than the release cycles of the content management systems.
How to restore a MySQL database and tables from .frm .ibd or .myd raw database files Consider a situation - you've got a well tuned MySQL database server running some popular websites. The sites are implemented with Drupal and Wordpress, but using MySQL to store the content and settings. You think everything is fine, until one day you look at Google Analytics and are aghast to see zero traffic for the previous two days. You go to the websites and are greeted by a 404 error, with the server saying there's nothing there. You try logging into the server, but cannot, your login attempt is refused. You contact the hosting provider for help, and they tell you the directory containing all your websites and other files is completely empty. Oh.. and there's a note left behind from someone giving an http-something-or-other URL to click on, demanding payment in order for the server to be restored.
If Wordpress is switching from PHP to Node.js, how should they do it? Supposedly the Wordpress team is migrating Wordpress from PHP to Node.js.
The simple cure if a Wordpress custom content type doesn't display, but gives a 404 page not found Sometimes custom content types stop displaying, on a Wordpress site.