As you may know, WordPress has introduced automatic updates since version 3.7. But I have to admit that I’m a control freak, meaning – in this case – that I prefer manual updates, made on my own terms when I want. There are a couple of ways in which to disable automatic updates. I’ll list them below.
Sometimes it’s a must to disable update notification for certain plugins because you don’t want to overwrite the modifications you did before. Maybe it’s not a best practice, but this could be the best solution in some cases.
Just a simple way to put your blog into maintenance mode without a plugin. Nothing more to say!
The idea of tracking 404 errors started from here (first posted by WP Mix). The problem is that the result of those tutorials is that you will receive an email for each 404 error, and that can be quite annoying. So I created a plugin that saves the errors into a mySQL table and sends […]
After you add custom fields to users… you definitely need to show this new info in Users listing table.