June 21, 2020 — Learn some go-to processes for resolving common issues, distinguishing user-error from glitches, and requesting support. Get tips for fixing problems faster.
June 6, 2020 — “WordPress Troubleshooting” by Milos Grubisa and “Tools I use for effective work from home” by Milana Cap.
December 19, 2019 — The talk for this session had to be cancelled after the website and print materials were published. Larry Gauthier was nice enough to serve as a backup!
March 17, 2019 — When there is a problem on your WooCommerce store, knowing where to start in finding the solution can be overwhelming.
I’ll give you an overview of WooCommerce troubleshooting basics, including real life examples, and by the end of this session you’ll be equipped with the tools to track down and solve common WooCommerce issues – from payment problems to display issues.
June 11, 2018 — Error establishing database connection? White screen of death? Memory exhausted error? Plugin conflicts? No need to panic. Learn where to look first to solve the most common WordPress issues, as well as “insurance”-like best practices for your site like working with staging environments and utilizing backups.
February 3, 2018 — This is what this talk will help you with. We’ll look at the tools that you can use to solve this tricky issue. But we won’t stop there either We’ll also go over how to interpret what these tools are telling you. Because that’s how you’ll get to the root of the issue so that you can fix it.
November 20, 2016 — En este taller se verán los siguientes aspectos:
Prevención: qué hacer para evitar o estar preparado ante errores
Elementos básicos: herramientas y rutas
Procedimientos ante errores: detallar procedimientos básicos para cuando se da un error solucionarlo o identificarlo
Errores comunes: ejemplos
Recursos: recopilación de dónde encontrar ayuda
November 20, 2016 — In this talk we’ll discuss common WordPress performance issues and how to troubleshoot them. Then we’ll dive into New Relic and how to leverage this powerful tool to monitor, troubleshoot and optimize your site.
November 5, 2016 — Learning to write code is easy. Learning to fix broken code is really hard. Whether you’re pasting code from a tutorial or writing your own code, figuring out why something doesn’t work as expected and how to fix it is difficult. In this talk, I will walk you through some basic methods for troubleshooting PHP and JS in your WordPress site, and introduce you to some helpful tools.