About a month ago, I gave a talk at WordCamp Austin 2014 about running enterprise-class WordPress in clustered, cloud-hosted environments. Thanks to all who attended, and for your great questions! While it was standing room only for “Cluster Fudge: Recipes for WordPress in the Cloud”, I hope that everyone who wanted to get in was able to see my presentation.
I’d love to keep the discussion going, so feel free to offer your own best practices and tips for success in running WordPress in the cloud at scale! You can leave comments at the bottom of the page.Read more ⇨
I’ve just released a new WordPress plugin for better tracking of adjusted bounce rate, time on page, and time on site metrics in Google Analytics!
You can find the new Facebook for WordPress plugin in the WordPress Plugin Directory, or read more about Facebook and WordPress on the developers page.Read more ⇨
But your cookies are turned on, you’ve cleared them along with the rest of your cache, and the problem exists in every browser!
A typical scenario is when you’ve copied your website from it’s test URL to production, or maybe you’re even just syncing down your prod data to your dev environment, as I do every once in a while to make sure I’m writing code against realistic data sets. After restoring the copied site files and importing your MySQL database dumb into your dev db, you innocently try to navigate to your /wp-admin page and log in. And you can’t log in because of some weird errors like “Cookies are blocked” on your system … frustrating.Read more ⇨