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5 Ways to Break and Fix Your Blog

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WordPress Troubleshooting

It’s Saturday, which means that it’s probably time to tinker with WordPress again, just don’t break anything. Just as a precautionary measure, here’s a great presentation from Hanni Ross at this year’s WordCamp San Francisco on the five most common ways to break and fix your blog.

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  1. Jin says:

    That was a great presentation that i ever watch, teach and share useful information especially for how to fix blog. thx to Hanni Ross, she was so great mentor.

  2. Dave Doolin (25 comments.) says:

    This was an excellent WordCamp! I know all WordCamps are more or less in value, but San Fran seems to be a sort of primus inter pares, and draws out the big guns. I’m looking forward to next year!

  3. Barry Wheeler (1 comments.) says:

    It’s nice reading there’s ways to break and fix your blog. While I’m not new to WordPress, seeing this makes me realize I still have a lot more to learn.

  4. Rakesh Kumar (1 comments.) says:

    Well my wordpress blog is running fine but happy to see this video.

  5. Tommy (1 comments.) says:

    Cool, new informations for me! Thanx on article!

  6. Angela (1 comments.) says:

    I’ve stumbled across this website! but it’s great! thanks!
    I’m new to wordpress. I changed my blog name too it was pretty hard in my first week. If only I’d seen this beforehand!

    Thanks!



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