How to Fix “Page May Not Render Properly” Error in WordPress



Php Version Announcement and What It Means for Caldera Forms Users

Recently I answered a support ticket, where a paying customer reported getting deprecated function warnings when using Caldera Forms calculation fields on a site powered by PHP 7.2. PHP 7.2 is the latest version of PHP. The reason we are using the function that is now deprecated by PHP is that, like WordPress core, we support PHP 5.2. As a result, the better solutions that have been added to PHP over the last decade are not available to us. As a company we are unwilling to prioritize free users, who have dangerously out of date servers, over customers and free users, with properly set up servers. As a result, we are moving to aggressively drop support for out of date PHP versions. Based on the statistics provided by to us, this will affect approximately 20% of our users.
Caldera Forms 1.6 will deprecate support for PHP versions that are not supported by the PHP project — 5.5 and below. Caldera Forms 1.7 will not work unless your site is using PHP 5.6 or later.
Caldera Forms Pro has always required PHP 5.6 or later. I want to be fully transparent, that this decision is as much motivated by our desire to write better code as it is to prioritize paying customers. I

From 10 to 100 tickets/day: How we scale Weglot support – Weglot blog

“Deliver awesome customer support whatever it takes”. If your memory serves you right, you’ve read that sentence in one of our previous posts. Indeed, by early May 2017, Remy (Weglot’s co-founder and CTO), explained in a detailed article how crucial the customer experience is. At this time, the workload in terms of customer support and communication was very high. Weglot needed to have a dedicated team to handle customer support. That’s why recently graduated in political science and digital business, I left HighFive -an edutech startup I’ve co-created- to join the team as Head of Customer Success. From that moment, making sure Weglot customers get the best experience became my mission statement and a real challenge!
Get focused on customer experience!
Provide an awesome customer service is a full-fledged marketing leverage. Those interactions between our clients and us build valuable confidence.
You can’t ignore the customer service value. It’s an essential building-block of any sustainable acquisition strategy or retention plan. Paying attention to the customer experience makes the difference.
That’s why, since the beginning of

Shared vs Managed WordPress Hosting: The Key Differences

Managed WordPress hosting is like a concierge service for your WordPress site, whereas regular shared hosting leaves much of the work to you when it comes to backups, WordPress optimization, and more. However…
Shared hosting and managed WordPress hosting aren’t inherently different things
When people talk about shared hosting, they’re usually using the phrase interchangeably with “generic cheap hosting.”
But here’s the thing:
You’ll actually find plenty of shared hosts offering a “managed platform” or “managed services”, and these hosts are often counted among the list of managed WordPress hosts.
Shared hosting is just a type of hosting plan where your site “shares” resources with other sites on the same server.
Managed WordPress hosting is a set of added services and performance tweaks that sits on top of regular hosting.
That’s why you can have cheap shared managed WordPress hosting – like SiteGround at ~$4 per month – and expensive dedicated managed WordPress hosts – like Pagely starting at $499 per month.
In fact, you’ll find managed WordPress hosts powered by all types of

Building a Quiz with React and WP REST API: CPT and REST API Routes

We will use the WordPress REST API Routes to retrieve questions and scores used for building our Quiz in React. We need a route to retrieve the questions with their answers and to submit the answers so we can get our result. In this tutorial, we will proceed to our WordPress roadmap and define our custom post type, metabox and also the WordPress REST API Routes. If you have not yet learned about what we are going to build and the roadmap for each part, you can check the last article: Building a Quiz with React and WordPress REST API: Introduction.
The Base Plugin
In the last article, we did not create a base plugin. So let’s do that now. Create a folder in the plugins folder and name it wp-quiz-tut. Create a new php file inside that folder with the same name wp-quiz-tut.php.
Inside that folder create another one and name it inc. We will use that folder for additional files. Create 2 empty php files: class-wpqr-metaboxes.php and class-wpqr-rest-api.php.
This file wp-quiz-tut.php will hold the main class of our plugin that is going to be used when loading the plugin and all the dependencies. Add this code to the file.
* Plugin Name: WordPress Quiz with React
* Description:

Notification – Custom Notifications and Alerts for WordPress

Description Custom Notifications and Alerts without a hassle. Notify anyone about any action in your WordPress. With powerful Merge Tags, you can endlessly customize your messages. Set unlimited Notifications in your WordPress Admin via the beautiful and intuitive interface within 5 minutes.
The Notification plugin is built with three main components:
Trigger – a WordPress action, ie. User registration or Post publication
Notification – the thing which is being sent, ie. Email or Push
Merge Tag – dynamic content, ie. {user_email} or {post_permalink}
You can use them in any combination, adding as many Notifications as you want. They can be sent to multiple Recipients with the content you write.
The process is simple:
You select the Trigger
Compose your message with Merge Tags
Set Recipients
Save the Notification
From now on the Notification is working. Test it out and add more!
The Notification plugin is easy to set in the WordPress Admin, but it’s even easier to extend with some sweet API.
You can create your own Triggers with any WordPress action. If you do in your code do_action( ‘my_plugin_doing_awesome_thing’ ) you