May 24, 2011

Best Practices for Safely Upgrading WordPress plugins Without Breaking Your Website

Have you ever upgraded a WordPress plugin only to find that your site is broken, throwing an error, and you can no longer access your dashboard? The ease of upgrading WordPress plugins through the dashboard can get you into some hot water if you’re not careful. Today we’re going to take a look at some tips and basic best practices for safely upgrading WordPress plugins…

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