WordPress database error: [Not unique table/alias: ‘wp_postmeta’] … Well that can’t be good, can it?
A message to my sites. Say we won’t use Oracle. Gonna start a new life.
So your WordPress is slow and you’ve already done the needful. You’ve checked your plugins and themes, you’ve put caching in place, you’ve checked for hacks, but it’s still slow, especially on the back end of WordPress? It may be your database. More specifically it may be your wp_options table. When your options table gets […]
Debugging a site where you’ve lost all access to anything once logged in.
Adventures in debugging a database error of the sort I had never seen before!
Saving some manual labor with cron, bash scripting, and a config file.
How to recover a lost super admin account. Also remember, you are not Oprah.
By ‘CMS’ I mean WordPress, Drupal, whatever. So here’s a funny. I moved my DreamHost site to a VPS, so I could learn nginx (I’m still a newb) and suddenly I couldn’t get to my phpMyAdmin anymore! Before someone says it’s DreamHost’s fault, this is actually due to how I installed subdomains (which I don’t […]
A very simple thing you can do to make your sites more secure is to use a separate SQL user for your web apps.
Moving WordPress is easy. Moving WordPress Multisite is less so, but it can still be done.
If you want to enable comments on ‘all’ of your posts selectively, we can do that for ya!
Sometimes, when you’re smart and savvy, you make changes that later on shoot yourself in the foot. Here’s what I did, how I solved it, and how to use this as an example of why you just keep trying!