If your WordPress site has a fatal error, the new recovery mode helps you restore your site to functional status.
- [Instructor] I would argue WordPress is … the most stable content management system … you can build your website on, … and it's also the safest to use, … meaning as you use WordPress … on the back end or the front end, … there's almost no chance you'll be able … to irrevocably damage the site or its contents, … and there's almost no chance you'll be able … to take your site down … to the point you can't bring it up again. … Having said that, there is a good chance … at some point during your time working with WordPress, … you'll run into a particular issue … that is to be quite frank, very, very scary. … Let me trigger it to see what that looks like. … I'll go into the back end of my site, … go to Appearance to enable a new theme, … and here I've created a theme with a bunch of PHP errors … that will crash WordPress. … It's called pirsig. … I'll activate it, and when I do I get this message, … Parse error: syntax error, unexpected 'function' … (T_FUNCTION) blah blah blah blah, and then it says …
- Adjusting settings
- Changing discussion and privacy settings
- Using the Customizer to adjust site identity and visuals
- Creating and customizing menus
- Installing and activating themes
- Extending WordPress with plugins
- Adding and managing users
- Managing comments and spam
- WordPress security and maintenance
Skill Level Beginner
How WordPress works1m 47s
2. Configuration with the Customizer
3. Extending WordPress with Plugins
5. Security and Maintenance
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