WordPress FTP Credentials fix when you’re trying to upgrade WordPress core or plugin

You go to update a plugin or the latest security patch for WordPress, but when you click update you’re prompted for FTP credentials. It can be frustrating and annoying, but it has (typically) a simple fix. You’ll need access to your wp-config.php file and ssh access to your server.  Two steps: Apache server — via terminal/command line […]

WordPress: You Changed the Site Address URL and now Blog Posts are Blank!

So you installed WordPress in a sub-directory because you want your URL to still be simple, such as installed here www.mydomain.com/wordpress-installed-here/ yet visitors will see www.mydomain.com when navigating your site, but after doing so your blog posts and pages show up as a white blank page. Not good. Luckily, there’s a simple fix! Just update […]

How Do Open Source Communities Govern Themselves?

Are you interested in governance in general as well as specifically to the Open Source world/community? Check out this read, How Do Open Source Communities Govern Themselves, the second part in a series about governance. It’s written by Randy Fay. This is the start of my Someone Else’s Good Read series of posts. I would like to […]