Hi, no I haven't done so ever. To be honest, despite I heard these words and have a very very little idea of what they sort of means, I have not a clue what to do with these or how to use them 🙂
My host, in case this answer your wondering, its top class sort of speaking and should have not be any problem on their end if this is maybe what you suggest. Sorry if I didnt understood you correctly and answer even less correctly therefore 🙂
in the dashboard of wordpress, go to:
forum, tools, and when on that page press the debug tab, everything you need is in there.
It will show you errors, take a screen shot of those and post it here 🙂
The Query monitor plug in helps a lot too, add that to your site and it will tell you where all of the problems are coming from. You get rid of it when you dont need it any more
then just let the guys know here what the results are and itll give a good idea on what needs fixing 🙂
Well to be honest, I saw that page few days ago and actually thought it was in there as you say for the support guys... I was actually surprised they didnt asked me for on the first place
Okay but now happens that I have just installed a yet new vertion from scratch. Its not yet even activated as I was awaiting for an answer to another question I have "see my post in this subforo about the convenience or not about changing the original url"
Anyway, if I were to follow your advice, would not be better then if I roll off the website to the way it was with the original problem (the duplicated problem I had) and that could show us where the problem was? do you understand me? do worth it?. Otherwise like I say will be nothing to show as I just got a new instalation ready to be activated
@jesus The standard debug for Worpdress is in details here:
I would suggest to enable debug to a LOG (debug.log is in oc-content folder). And check it after working on the site for a while. Then remember to REMOVE the debug directive because it is not secure enough for a live site to provide details about paths etc etc.
Also it would be usefull to tell us how you did install the plugin after all the errors? That could mean something.
As for the hosting part, i have no doubt they are ok but you NEVER know. Can't they help you in all that?
Anyways it is good to find and solve any issues before deploying a production site, otherwise you will find the issues ahead, at some other point.
Thanks. I installed at the second attempt from my own pc. Differently at the first try of reinstallation that I was trying within the backend-plugins-findaplugin sort to speak 🙂
My host technical support its really great but only when whatever problem has to do with them or when its caused by something wrong at their end if you know what I mean. Other than that they will only act if getting paid, which does also make sense to me...