Many users are unable to edit pages that they have made, and others will be unable to even access their edit screen. There may even be 500 errors or white screens for some users. These issues will mostly effect WordPress sites running older or unsupported themes or plugins, but may affect some brand-new sites as well.
The process for fixing these errors is well known among WordPress developers, but for the many people who use WordPress as a tool and not a livelihood, this can be a major issue, and there isn’t currently a clear source for information on remediating the issue.
The only solution as of now is move back to Classic Editor plugin
Installing and configuring the Classic Editor plugin is the first and most important debugging step for problems with WordPress 5.0. The Classic Editor plugin will restore the editing experience from WordPress 4.x.
Log in to your WordPress dashboard at https://<your domain.here>/wp-admin
Go to the Plugins section of the left-hand menu
Click the “add new” button at the top
Search for “Classic Editor” on the right-hand side
Click “Install Now” on the card related to Classic Editor (By WordPress Contributors)
When the installation completes, click “Activate”
Go to the “Settings” section of the Dashboard’s left-hand menu, and open the “Writing Settings” link that appears.
Ensure that “Replace the Gutenberg Editor with the Classic editor.” is selected. (this setting has changed with new versions of the Classic Editor plugin. Now there are two settings “default editor for all users” needs to be set to “Classic Editor” and “Allow users to switch editors” needs to be false)
Check to make sure that you do NOT have the Gutenberg Plugin installed. If so, deactivate and uninstall the plugin.
PHP Application Development is gaining popularity worldwide. That’s because of its sheer flexibility. But is it even worth for businesses to grow in php development while switching to 7? Yes, of course it is! Let’s find out the benefits of upgrading from version 5. 1. Optimization: PHP 7 is highly optimized in every way, it was freshly developed. The entire code was written again and nothing has been carried forward in the code from previous versions. All glitches have been avoided this time. 2. Speed & performance: The most important benefit of migrating from php 5.6.15 to php 7.0.0. Compiling and executing code in php 5 is considerably slow than that of php 7, which is 2 times faster. Test it and notice its difference. The 7th version is super-fast and delivers high performance. 3. Less memory consumption: PHP developers will instantly want to switch to php 7 from php 5 since memory consumption is their main concern. This version is by far the best version of php since it consumes 50% less memory. Yes, that’s correct. This provides high performance in return.
There is no doubt that PHP 7 represents huge improvements over its predecessors. However, it is no easy task to switch from the existing system to PHP 7. Large environments such as those of Etsy and Wikimedia Foundation took over 6 months to switch and start working smoothly. So, you should expect issues for a while until things calm down. The above benefits of php 7 development over php 5 will help the business grow. It’s worth migrate as soon as possible from php 5 to php 7 to keep up with the latest technology.
WordPress is a free and open source blogging tool and a content management system (CMS) based on PHP and MySQL.WordPress is the most popular blogging system in use on the Web,at more than 60 million websites.
Few of the new features are:
1) Explore your uploads in a beautiful, endless grid. A new details preview makes viewing and editing any amount of media in sequence a snap.
2) Paste in a YouTube URL on a new line, and watch it magically become an embedded video.
3) Writing and editing is smoother and more immersive with an editor that expands to fit your content as you write.
4) Many small enhancements and fixing of bugs.
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To disable notice and warning in PHP is quite easy to do, but easy to forget how to do it 😉
Just open right php.ini file (VERY IMPORTANT to find RIGHT php.ini file) search for line error_reporting under “Error handling and logging” section and give variable as E_ALL & ~E_NOTICE & ~E_WARNING
Line should look like this: error_reporting = E_ALL & ~E_NOTICE & ~E_WARNING
restart webserver (Apache in most case) and you are done. Now you will not get those pesky notice and warning messages 🙂