Just upgraded yesterday. Smooth installation, no problems there or with the apps. Looks beautiful and feels a bit faster (Retina MBP mid 2012), so far so good
Does this help? Are you using a proxy?https://wordpress.org/support/topic/please-helpan-unexpected-error-occurredsomething-may-be-wrong-with-wordpress
I see lots of people have complained about this.
phpbits saidThe comparison is simple – do you know how to manage your own server and have the time to do so? Pick DO. You want a managed solution? Pick ASO’s Cloud VPS service. It’s blazing fast!
now I can’t decide between asmallorange and DO.. i can’t find a good comparison
+1 to this.
The only other thing I can think of is location: ASO is great, but if you’re in Europe it’s a little slower compared to DO, but that’s only because DO provide servers in quite a few EU locations.
I run 4 DO VPS + one at ASO, both are great and I think it only comes down to the technical knowledge you have + the location of the majority of your visitors.
ASO does have awesome support and, if you don’t want headaches with setup, I would choose them. (trust me, you don’t want to have to install an email server yourself)
Is $options global outside that first function? Have you tried var_dump()-ing the $options object in that troublesome foreach?
Works fine here, most likely you have connection problems.
Chris, greenline is right on this one, check out the link.
Yes, authors are allowed to use images from public portfolios when given permission, but authors are not allowed to link to any website that sells stuff in competition with Envato Market.
In your case, your collection has links to the 500px store, and you’re ‘competing’ with Photodune.
Thanks for the share though, wonderful photos