Author: Sarah Bailey

This weekend I have seen a shop basically go down in flames because they had "sold" thousands upon thousands (nearly 100k, by my guess) of free downloadables via WooCommerce on their website. They don't have scalable hosting, so any time they run a WooCommerce-based query...

Oof, that's a lot of acronyms. Here's the scenario - you're staging a new site, and you're hosting the WordPress site on Amazon Web Services on an EC2 instance. So far so good. You add an elastic load balancer to the mix with a domain...

Previously I wrote about the awful time I had using Dreampress for blogger imports. Their title of worst hosting service has been usurped by a couple of other companies now! Hostgator's Managed WordPress hosting - Overall the quality of service is fine. However, they don't give...

First, and I will say this over and over and over again: Dreamhost's support team are awesome. I have had excellent chat support every time I've needed it, and the only reason I would ever recommend Dreamhost is because of the amazing support crew. Vince,...

Several months ago Yoast SEO started adding update notifications to the wordpress admin area. I can mostly cope with this on single user sites, but at work where we use a very large multi-network multi-site with almost a hundred users, many of whom aren't extremely...