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quick-and-dirty hint to solve this problem ... (1) find the function list_translation_updates() in wp-admin/update-core.php $updates = wp_get_translation_updates(); if ( ! $updates ) <- locate the if ... } else { <- add this print_r ( $updates ); } (2) add the else-case and save the file (3) reload the ...


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So in the old days when WordPress updated you got the whole shebang and deleting Akismet after every time was deadly boring. Things had slightly improved since then (partially driven by minimizing traffic it takes to serve update to everyone), but process also got more complicated. Now there are multiple versions of update archive that core might receive ...


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Contact GoDaddy for support. It's their server that's having issues (a 500 error is a server configuration error).


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How to disable core auto updates but enable plugins and themes auto updates If you want to stop the autoupdates of the WordPress core, but to enable them for your Plugins and/or Themes, you can add these lines in the wp-config.php file: Stop the core auto updates: define( 'WP_AUTO_UPDATE_CORE', false ); Then Enable the plugins/themes: ...


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What resolved for me on Lubuntu 14 was the following: chown www-data:www-data /var/www/html -R


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The right solution is checking the server TIME. If it is wrong SSL doesn't work fine.


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Message Storage The 'message' part of the $_GET array is what is responsible for holding the actual message value as integer. This means that everything that gets passed in there, will be set as actual message. The messages itself are stored inside a global array in the Admin UI templates. It's named $messages and has three keys per default: page post ...



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