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You can use the _core_updated_successfully action hook to run your plugin code after the WordPress core upgrade. The hook passes the current WordPress Version as parameter. add_action( '_core_updated_successfully','your_function'); function your_function(){ //code to be executed after WordPress Core Update }


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What's in your Apache logs? Maybe more info about the error. Set a 755 permission on the the public_html directory Who's your hosting provider? The issue might be permissions that you, as a user, cannot change yourself (contact hosting support).


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I copied your code to one of my sites to test with ACF version 5.3.9.2. And it works for me I just had to make sure the field name and image size were correct. $size = get_field('slideshow_size') ?: 'Panoramic'; // Make sure this size exists, and usually is all lower case. $column_id[ $i ] = $row['slideshow-image']['id']; // Field names in ACF normally ...


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based on https://wordpress.org/support/topic/wp-admin-returning-500-errors-after-update-to-421, seems like it was related to the conversions of tables to utf8mb format done in 4.2 which timeout when there are many comment. Possible solutions: make the DB upgrade on some staging server in which all timeouts are off, or increase the timeout on the production ...



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