Your registrar – most likely GoDaddy – is where your purchased your Domain Name. It’s very important to keep your GoDaddy account secure, because if an unauthorized user gains access to your account, they can transfer your domain to a different owner, and it can be exceedingly difficult to regain control of your domain, so here are some tips to keep your domain and your business safe: (more…)
BuddyPress is a fantastic addition to WordPress, but as with any software it comes with some caveats. We recommend you install BuddyPress on it’s own WordPress installation, separate from your primary website, not only to protect your primary website, but because it’s safer to give BuddyPress full reign over it’s own installation.
If you need to De-Activate BuddyPress, be sure to Activate a different Theme prior to De-Activating BuddyPress.
If you don’t do this, you might notice your site goes blank – and is completely broken after you De-Activated BuddyPress. This is obviously a big problem, and a terrible bug. But it’s one that can be easily fixed by switching to a different Theme, and then switching back. (more…)
PHP error reporting can be simple or difficult depending upon your application. Many sites and applications change the settings, either via the php.ini file, an .htaccess file, or directly in the PHP code. In fact, setting the values directly in the PHP code of your application is probably the most common method.
So which settings are you actually supposed to change? Try these for starters:
The following example contains the syntax:
ini_set('error_reporting', E_ALL & ~E_NOTICE);