Nexcess Knowledge Base
March 15, 2023
By Kiki Sheldon
Rollback of a plugin or theme using WP-Admin or WP-CLI
Managing plugin, theme, and WordPress core updates are an essential part of a WordPress site administration — knowing how to rollback plugin updates is vital in this context.
March 09, 2023
WordPress fix — "critical error on this website"
This article will discuss the "critical error on this website" message and how to resolve the error condition generating it. As well, a number of other valuable WordPress fixes are provided.
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February 10, 2023
Full page cache and Redis cache management using WP-CLI
Performing Redis cache and full page cache management from the WordPress Command Line Interface (WP-CLI) is a very efficient way to work fast for experienced WordPress site admins.
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February 03, 2023
By Christy Joy
Enabling WP_DEBUG and WP_DEBUG_LOG modes in WordPress
Thankfully, you can resolve critical errors using the WP_DEBUG WordPress constant during the WP Debug and WP Troubleshooting phases of your web development lifecycle.
January 24, 2023
By Kiki Sheldon
Using the Query Monitor plugin for a WordPress site
In this article, we will learn what the Query Monitor plugin is and how it can help us debug WordPress to improve website performance.
January 05, 2023
Cloudinary + WordPress — site setup guide for admins
The Cloudinary + WordPress integration plugin can significantly enhance the overall media management and delivery optimization strategy for your website together with its CDN features.
May 05, 2022
By Amy Myers
Nexcess: PHP Workers & WordPress Site Performance
PHP workers are background computing processes on hosting servers that handle every action requested from a particular website that isn’t cached, and every hosting company will have their own fleet of servers and PHP workers with a particular configuration
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