While running my hosting business HostingEh, I’ve had a lot of customers ask me about the possibility of training them on common WordPress problems and how to troubleshoot and fix them.
I figured that the best way to achieve this would be to write a few posts about common issues I see with customers WordPress sites, and then detail how I went about fixing the problem.
Some of the techniques I employ are ones that I’ve learned over the years as a web application developer, and others are from being a systems administrator so I will try and simplify them for people who have zero experience with running their own servers.
That being said, I am starting work on a couple of common problems and you’ll see more frequent updates here on the blog to show you how to go about diagnosing an issue, trying fixes, and eventually resolving the issue.
This series is going to take a few things into account:
- You are in a shared hosting environment.
- Your environment uses cPanel as the control panel.
- Your host is running a version of PHP above 7.0
Even if the above assumptions do not apply to your situation, these posts may help, however I can’t guarantee they will.
That all being said, Stay Tuned!