• The latest plugin update broke my online store and did not allow me to get into the admin panel. For a whole hour, while I was looking for the cause of the error, we could not process orders, although the speed of order processing is what sets our online store apart from the competition.

    It is very irresponsible to provide updates that break the site!

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  • If you perform updates on a live system without testing them on a test system first, you should keep your hands off websites!
    Furthermore, you should quickly be able to trace the error back to the update and simply deactivate the plugin away from the WordPress admin area.
    It’s bad when you don’t know what you’re doing and then blame it on a plugin. Especially if you run an online store and earn revenue.

    Thread Starter MS Web Administrator


    @dimaw Do you really think that the words of some random dude can somehow change my attitude toward certain things?

    It doesn’t matter to me what you do with the comment.
    Just see it as a tip. Because otherwise you will get massive problems with your site in the future.
    Especially with a store where customer data is stored.

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