October 6, 2012

Your WordPress Disaster Recovery Plan

I didn’t sleep very well last night. No, it wasn’t because of a barking dog, a crying child, or my WordPress website had been hacked. We had a very rough storm roll through – complete with lightning, thunder, a tornado warning, and more rain that we’ve had in a single night in quite…

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