Why does my WordPress site look different?
The change you’re seeing is a result of the dramatic WordPress update in version 5.0 which rolled out in December 2018. It’s not a change that is of much use for websites that have already been built using the Classic editor or another type of page editing plugin.
Why is my WordPress site messed up?
Your website may be down because a low-quality theme or plugin compromised the site’s security, but there are other security-related causes you should look into: You haven’t installed a security plugin: Adding a plugin like Jetpack or Sucuri is very important.
How do I reset my WordPress cache?
You need to click on the WP Engine menu item in the admin bar and then under ‘General’ settings click on purge all caches button. WP Engine will now purge all stored cache for your WordPress site.
Did WordPress change their editor?
After updating to WordPress 5.0, you will notice that the new default editor for posts and pages has changed from the Classic Editor to a new Block-style editor. The Block Editor (called the WordPress Gutenberg Editor) is an entirely new way to edit posts and page content in WordPress.
What is wrong with WordPress?
These are the biggest drawbacks for using WordPress: Limited Functionality Out of the Box. Ancient Architecture. Increased Exposure to Hackers.
How do I fix website errors?
If you try to visit a website and it doesn’t open, first try to fix the error with these troubleshooting steps:
- Check the web address for typos.
- Make sure your internet connection is working normally. If your internet connection is unstable, learn how to fix internet stability issues.
- Contact the website owner.
Why is my site not loading?
Sometimes, those DNS servers can go down, or experience other issues that may prevent a site from loading properly, even on different browsers. Try flushing your DNS cache to see if that helps, or changing your DNS server entirely—you can always change it back if it doesn’t fix the problem.
How do I change page settings in WordPress?
To do this, click on Settings and select the Reading option. In the “Your homepage displays” section, select the Static Page option. Use the drop-down box to select which page WordPress will recognize as the homepage. You must also select a post page.