Continuation and ending of this roller coaster of a ticket: after frustration, disillusion and disappointed hopes, I could finally start to see the denouement. Being back to where everything started, with no progress having been made, was a great relief – but not quite satisfactory.
After struggling with three ineffectual Gurus, I thought this ticket could not get worse. Guru S was about to prove me wrong. By bringing some modifications on his own initiative, he wreaked havoc on an already hopeless situation. This ticket was a goner for sure…
While WordPress Multisite is a powerful feature, it requires higher technical knowledge. After configuring my network to work over HTTPS, I noticed an anomaly limited to the subsite (i.e. not affecting the main site). My inability to fix – or even comprehend – the problem leads me to post a ticket in SiteGround Help Desk…
While there are plenty of articles on how to move WordPress from http:// to https://, the documentation on how to set up a brand new installation with an SLL certificate is rather scarce. As a result, I omitted a step, or more precisely took the wrong shortcut. When I wanted to rectify my mistake, it was too late. Was it?
Which between the www and non-www versions of the URL is best? How to implement your decision using WordPress? Can you guess which one I have chosen?
How to know if I have successfully pointed my domain name to my website while keeping my e-mails at my registrar? Before anything, I had to wait for DNS propagation. How long does it take?
Pointing your domain name to your web hosting is a straightforward procedure. However, imagine you want to keep your e-mail with your registrar. This apparent simple configuration brings an all-new level of complexity. Is there any way to resolve such a configuration?
There is a lot to consider when choosing a domain name. Your decision will have an ongoing impact on the value of your website. It is important to grasp the basics before you express all your creativity.