My first plugin – Disable XML-RPC – has been published on the WordPress.org Plugin Directory. I created this plugin to give WordPress site administrators an easy way to disable the XML-RPC protocol in WordPress 3.5.
One of the MOST important things in running your own web site (even more important if your running web sites for clients) is making sure that you have good backups, in case something goes wrong.
“Something going wrong” could include any of the following:
- You tinkering around on your production site, messing it up, and needing to go back (tisk, tisk)
- Problems with your server or hosting provider
- Your site is hacked – rolling back to a good backup (and then properly securing the site) is one of the best ways to deal with this
I often need to search through logs to find errors and other troubleshooting information. In the Linux world, this often means using
grep. In PowerShell, you can use
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