The old school approach to troubleshoot and find WordPress issues is to disable all plugins then reactivate them one at a time until you find the culprit. It is also recommended to switch to the default theme. However, a plugin created by WordPress community that has been integrated with WordPress 5.2 will assist you to better diagnose the technical issue you are encountering.
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I have learned to code a WordPress theme these last couple of months, however, as I browse the internet to read the job description for a WordPress developer I could tell that there is still work to be done to be a professional web developer. Meantime, sharing what I learn is worth it, even if it will appear to be basic for some. Writing, this tech-related post, which is a form of teaching, will solidify my knowledge and maybe one day it will useful to other developers.
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I don’t want to waste my time learning new things that have no clear end goal in mind, my self-education is centred around personal and professional development. If well tuned-up they both interact to create an upward spiral of success.
My personal development relies on:
- Sleeping & waking up early and napping daily
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- Doing things I enjoy that aim towards long term goals
I use a couple of tools to boost my productivity and to make my work much easier. Some are used for every project other in specific cases only. However, they all help me save time and energy.
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This is article is part of my public learning, it will specifically speak about what happened in 2018 and my main goals for 2019 and beyond.
I’m sharing my thoughts to everyone. Hopefully, it can be useful, besides I will be able to track my thoughts and progress with more precision.
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