Steve @sbruner ?

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  • #3314
    Steve
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    That is not the original file. This is what is should look like >

    Your’s has lots of lines commented out

    #3308
    Steve
    Keymaster

    <a href="tel:800-555-1212">800-555-1212</a>

    #3304
    Steve
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    Do you care if your phone number is public and posted on your site?

    #3297
    Steve
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    I haven’t tried Fly Wheel yet but I heard great things: https://getflywheel.com/pricing/

    #3265
    Steve
    Keymaster

    Yup.

    #3218
    Steve
    Keymaster

    These all say PHP NOTICE. Do you see any ERRORS?

    #3215
    Steve
    Keymaster

    When you set wp_debug what errors are you seeing?
    https://codex.wordpress.org/Debugging_in_WordPress

    #3199
    Steve
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    Hi Darryl– BuddyPress is probably the best place to start. Looking forward to seeing where you go with this… I’ve wanted that for years. That’s why we started this site. 😉

    #3166
    Steve
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    I never used WP Migrate DB or Pro, but I heard good things about both. I also believe you can try it out for 60 days, and if you’re not happy they will refund your purchase:
    https://deliciousbrains.com/wp-migrate-db-pro/pricing/

    #3152
    Steve
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    Namecheap for DNS and Google apps for email

    #3149
    Steve
    Keymaster

    @chad– It really depends on your budget and traffic. Here are some good webhosts to start with. I suggest you discuss your situation with their pre-sales support.

    WP Engine
    Page.ly
    Rackspace
    pantheon.io

    #3146
    Steve
    Keymaster

    @chad– Multisite can host millions (literally) of sites. Two examples are WordPress.com (50+ million) and edublogs.org (3+ million).

    Performance is not going to be an issue of WordPress itself, but how you configure your server, the power of your server and your overall traffic. The higher the traffic, the more powerful the server required… but this is also the same with a single site.

    Steve

    #3114
    Steve
    Keymaster

    @joly– I haven’t noticed any issues. You may want check on their support forum.

    #3058
    Steve
    Keymaster

    Nice tip! Thanks for letting us know.

    #2957
    Steve
    Keymaster

    You also received a reply from Twitter >

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