I discovered that I had some massive error_log files on my WordPress weblogs today. One was 111 MB. All were filled with lines like these: [05-Mar-2016 11:01:33 UTC] WordPress database error Column ‘offset’ cannot be null for query INSERT INTO `ckhome_wpb2d_processed_files` (`file`, `uploadid`, `offset`) VALUES (‘/home/countryk/public_html/wp/wp-admin/network/update.php’, NULL, NULL) made by do_action_ref_array, call_user_func_array, run_dropbox_backup, WPB2D_BackupController->execute, WPB2D_BackupController->backup_path, […]
Another part of the process of selecting a new webhost and moving my WordPress weblogs to it that I’d have loved more help with was the process of selecting the webhost. My needs for a webhost aren’t huge. I run three weblogs, all on WordPress, each with their own SQL database, all under one domain […]
I believe that the move of this website to a new webhost is pretty much complete. I learned some things through the process and believe it might be useful to capture them here, both for my use in case I go through this again and for others who might find it through searching. I’ll explain […]
I’m posting this message in case others who have the problem are looking for a solution. I updated the software I use to run this weblog to WordPress 3.9 the other day and immediately started having a problem where the dashboard on the left hand column would disappear. The bookmark I have saved for the […]
Lots (23, to be exact) of useful looking cheat sheets for various WordPress functions at 1stwebdesigner.
More so I don’t lose it than anything, WordPress for Dummies included a list of ping servers in a post today. Useful to know for WordPress settings.
I installed the new version of WordPress on this weblog last night, soon after its release. I’ve not found any issues with it, either on the side y’all are reading or on the back end, where I write. But please do let me know if you run into any problems.
I updated my weblogs today to the current version of WordPress, v2.6.1. The upgrade seems to have gone well, but, as always, if you find issues, please let me know. One thing that might be useful for others making the upgrade, after doing so, I could not log into WordPress. It kept giving me a […]
I’ve been playing around with the updated version of WordPress and with widgets to work out how the site displays. They are pretty handy. Thanks to some timely help in the WordPress forums, I was able to bring back the small banner graphics I use for links on the right. Very handy. I’ve also changed […]
Michi Knows has a tutorial on how to use the htaccess file to better secure the wp-admin folder used for WordPress that looks worth implementing.