Updating a wordpress site
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If it works, you've resolved the issue, but you should always use the most restrictive permissions possible.The language your write on your website is up to you!Premium themes are versatile, feature-loaded templates that can support your needs, whether you’ve got a business website or professional portfolio.Now that you know how I deploy Word Press sites and how I configure Word Press environments, what about the maintenance of keeping a Word Press site’s plugins up-to-date? Git has a great tool called bisect that takes a known good state in the past and a current broken state, and then jumps around between revisions, efficiently, asking you to report whether that revision is good or bad. If you lump all your plugin updates into one commit, you won’t get that granularity. For instance, if you’re using my favorite tool, Local by Flywheel, you have to SSH into the site’s container to issue WP-CLI commands, but from within that container, you might not have Git configured like it is on your host machine.
Since I’m using Git, I cannot use Word Press built-in plugin updater on the live site (and I wouldn’t want to — if a plugin update goes wrong, my live site could be in trouble! So what you can do is break the process into two steps.
If you're able to upgrade via the Admin, updating your site(s) should be a piece of cake: just log in, click a few buttons, wait a few minutes, and done.