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How to Connect a GoDaddy Site to ManageWP

By The Mighty Mo! Design Co. / June 27, 2022 /

GoDaddy owns ManageWP, and, strangely, they make it very difficult to add GoDaddy-managed WordPress sites to their ManageWP service. Thankfully, there’s a quick workaround: Visit https://yoursite.com/wp-admin/plugins.php?showWorker=1 — This will make the ManageWP “Worker” plugin visible. Copy the connection info from the ManageWP Worker plugin. Add the site per-normal on ManageWP. That’s it! I hope this…

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WooCommerce Product Image Gallery Not Loading with WP Rocket Active

By The Mighty Mo! Design Co. / June 6, 2022 / Comments Off on WooCommerce Product Image Gallery Not Loading with WP Rocket Active

Today I updated a WooCommerce site, and everything worked fine, except for the images on product pages – they were not displaying at all. After a lot of trial & error, I realized that WP Rocket was to blame. I’m not sure exactly what the issue was (though my hunch is that it had to…

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How to fix the “Warning: Class ‘Automattic\WooCommerce\StoreApi\Routes” issue in WordPress + WooCommerce

By The Mighty Mo! Design Co. / May 13, 2022 / Comments Off on How to fix the “Warning: Class ‘Automattic\WooCommerce\StoreApi\Routes” issue in WordPress + WooCommerce

Today when I visited a customer’s website, I saw an error similar to this: etc. After trying all sorts of troubleshooting, the solution ended up being simple. Download a fresh copy of WooCommerce from WordPress.org and FTP it up to the server, replacing the existing WooCommerce files. Problem solved. Isn’t that nice? Many thanks to…

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How to CSS rainbow text

By The Mighty Mo! Design Co. / March 31, 2022 / Comments Off on How to CSS rainbow text

Here’s a bit of plain CSS that’ll create rainbow text on your WordPress site or anywhere, really.

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How to Restore a Deleted Amazon S3 Bucket

By The Mighty Mo! Design Co. / March 22, 2022 / Comments Off on How to Restore a Deleted Amazon S3 Bucket

I ran into a rather serious issue recently: a human on my team (me) intentionally (but accidentally) deleted an Amazon S3 bucket that was serving files to a WordPress site. The solution to the problem follows: Cry when you realize you cannot restore a deleted S3 bucket. Search your computer, your co-workers’ computers, your former…

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