In version 5.2 of WordPress, the site health check was added. It allows users to gain information about possible issues, and how to create a debug set of information. In a number of cases, you may want to remove the site health check page from being accessible on a child site, to ensure clients do not have to deal with being misled about issues. It is possible to remove the Site Health check page in wp-admin from showing on a child site. Normally, it would show from; Tools > Site Health The first way to remove the site health check
WordPress 5.2 introduced the new Site Health feature for checking the health of a site. There is already a plugin to remove the Site Health feature from WordPress core in version 5.2. It is already possible to set which of the Site Health tests you would like to enable on a site using the Site Health Tool Manager plugin. Site Health Settings You can deselect which tests you do not want to run in the site health checker. The MainWP Bulk Setting extension work with the Site Health Tool Manager plugin, which means you can globally set which tests you
WordPress 5.2 includes a new, exciting feature which will show the health of your site. This helpful feature is on track for release on May 7th. You can access the site health feature on your site if you are an admin user in wp-admin from; Tools > Site Health The first page will end up running a series of tests on your site. Those test results will be displayed back on the page. The percentage, which shows at the top of the page, might be removed before WordPress 5.2 is released and replaced with a more meaningful display of results.
You might think of a demonic garden gnome when you hear the word “nomophobia.” Rest assured, your little statue of Gnome Elvis has nothing to do with it. Nomophobia is the fear of being without your cellphone or a mobile device, and it is real. Psychology Today published a post a year ago which covered the reasons why using your cellphone or mobile device without health limits can cause life, health, and relationship issues. Set Rules and Create Boundaries Try the experiment of deleting select Social Media apps on your cellphone or mobile device (e.g., deleting Facebook, Instagram and Twitter).
A few weeks ago, a call was made to make a video to be used for a campaign by WP&UP. The video was to address the perils of a freelancer in regards to isolation, loneliness, and mental health. I bookmarked the page and made my own video to submit. By the time I had submitted, Dan Maby and the team at WP&UP had launched their first video. I saw familiar faces. I was intrigued and inspired by what WP&UP was doing and eventually connected with Dan to ask more questions. In the process, I wondered if he was willing to