Tag: Staging

  • How to Clone a WordPress site with wetopi

    How to Clone a WordPress site with wetopi

    I have personally experienced the pain after updating plugins and WordPress core that my website just died. I’m sure you have seen the error 404, 502, 503, 504, unable to connect to the database, CSS file goes missing after an update. Trust me,  I have seen these an uncountable amount of times.  To counterattack this […]

  • Recover a backup from a different site

    This post shows you how to recover a backup from a site different than your current one.As a WordPress developer, webmaster, or designer, you probably manage multiple WordPress sites. Yes, it makes sense to have a bunch of bootstrapped sites, blueprints, skeletons, and reuse them as a template.

  • WordPress screams on PHP7

    WordPress screams on PHP7

    First PHP7 version was released in Dec 2015. This was the most important development in PHP since 2004 and one of its main benefits was its huge impact on performance. Now available for all Wetopi clients on this non stop -performance race- PHP7.4 arrives with more speed and security improvements.

  • More performance than expected!

    More performance than expected!

    On this post, we’ll expose you to the latest wetopi platform changes, but before that, let’s start with one of our most significant updates. It has been six months since our last WordPress server design upgrade, and we were observing the performance results from our customers. We have concluded to make a small change in […]

  • Ready to skyrocket with our new WordPress server upgrade?

    Ready to skyrocket with our new WordPress server upgrade?

    We are proud to announce a new WordPress containerized server architecture with components and services oriented to maximize resources and speed. We believe that performance architecture design should go ground up and that’s why we say:

  • Cloning is not bad, not at all – when we talk about WordPress

    Cloning is not bad, not at all – when we talk about WordPress

    Over the years, medical research and experimentation around clonation have surrounded the term “Clone” with a halo of wickedness. The picture heading this post seems to demonstrate one of these bad practices from the past, but nothing further from reality. In 1925, Brangulí captured the “Artificial Solarium” for infants of unmarried mothers in the “Pabellón […]