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  • Brad Markle
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    Hi Alex,

    We’ve been working a bit throughout the week on this update. We’ve got the Amazon PHP SDK updated to version 3, and we also updated a few other things as well.

    These features have been released in Total Upkeep Premium 1.5.8.

    Are you able to update your version and test? You can’t actually click “Update” within WordPress to get this new version. Please instead click the link above to download the zip file, and then upload that to WordPress.

    Thanks for all patience through all this, and we’re waiting to hear how everything goes!
    – Brad

    Brad Markle
    Keymaster

    Hi Alex,

    This week I was able to upgrade our version of the aws-sdk-php library from version 2 to 3. There was some development work required. I did run into some snags – unfortunately I wasn’t able to get a release out this week like I wanted.

    I think we’re ready to release the updates for Total Upkeep Premium though, we’re in the final testing phase now. It’s generally not a good idea to release on Friday’s, but hopefully early next week we’ll be able to release the updates.

    Thanks for your patience Alex – we’ll keep you updated.
    – Brad

    Brad Markle
    Keymaster

    Hi Ravi Jayagopal,

    I’m one of the developers of Total Upkeep.

    In vendor\guzzlehttp\guzzle\src\ClientInterface.php we have:

    /**
     * Client interface for sending HTTP requests
     */
    interface ClientInterface extends HasEmitterInterface
    {
        const VERSION = '5.3.1';

    It looks like both plugins are including the aws-sdk-php library:

    • plugins/S3MediaVaultPro/vendor/aws/aws-sdk-php/
    • plugins/boldgrid-backup-premium/vendor/aws/aws-sdk-php/

    We are running aws/aws-sdk-php version 2.8.31. Which version are you running?

    I also mentioned you in the GitHub issue. Thanks for your help!

    in reply to: Is Managed WordPress Hosting Shared or VPS? #34144
    Brad Markle
    Keymaster

    Hi Katy,

    The answer to your question is that Managed WordPress Hosting could be either a shared account or a vps. The term “Managed” in Managed WordPress Hosting generally only means that your hosting provider is going to help you managed certain parts of your WordPress site.

    For example, if you don’t use the best backup plugin we know, Total Upkeep (a BoldGrid plugin!), to backup your WordPress site, your managed hosting account may help you manage backups by doing them for you automatically.

    You can follow these links to learn more about Managed WordPress Hosting and WordPress VPS Hosting.

    DreamHost and InMotion Hosting offer managed hosting accounts that you may want to check out as well.

    Let us know if you have any further questions!
    – Brad

    Brad Markle
    Keymaster

    Hi Zoheb, I just released a new tag, “branch.issue-376.202010021533” that should resolve this issue. Are you able to help us test this version?

    I believe you’ve used WP Rollback to switch to different tags before. If you’re familiar with doing that, please give branch.issue-376.202010021533 a try and let us know if it helps. If you don’t know what I’m referring to, please see https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LeLEdcaz4uk&t=160s

    Brad Markle
    Keymaster

    Hi Zoheb. I think we found a bug, and we’re working on it. Will be in touch soon…

    in reply to: Post positioning #27779
    Brad Markle
    Keymaster

    Hi George, I’m not 100%, but I believe this could be a “container” vs “container-fluid” issue. I updated one of our tutorials and wrote a little more information on this. Please see the “container vs container-fluid” section of this page:

    https://www.boldgrid.com/support/page-builder/create-block-structure/#container-vs-container-fluid

    I also recorded a video that explains this further. The video is embedded in that article, but you can also see it here:

    If this doesn’t help, if you can provide a specific example, we’ll be more than happy to review further.

    in reply to: W3TC won’t activate #27763
    Brad Markle
    Keymaster

    Hi giacomo. I’m sorry to hear you’re having trouble activating W3 Total Cache. Can you answer the following questions to help us troubleshoot further please:

    1. Have you ever installed W3 Total Cache before on this site, or is this your first time?
    2. Are you getting any error messages? If not, are you able to see any warnings or errors in your server logs? (You’d probably have to contact your web host if you’re not sure)
    3. Do you have any existing cache setup? For example, do you have another caching plugin installed, or do you have redis / mecached installed on your server?
    in reply to: Google Drive fatal error #25390
    Brad Markle
    Keymaster

    Hi Matthew,

    I’m very sorry to hear of the fatal error you’re getting when setting up Google Drive with the Total Upkeep WordPress backup plugin.

    Please check your site admin email inbox for instructions.

    Are you able to share the full error message at the bottom of the email that was sent to you? We should be able to resolve this after getting a copy of the email.

    Thanks,
    – Brad

    in reply to: How to upload backups to Google Drive automatically #25083
    Brad Markle
    Keymaster

    Hi Bill,

    There are two ways to upload your WordPress backups to Google Drive. You can do a manual backup, or you can schedule an automated backup. It looks like you already know how to do a manual backup, a scheduled backup is not much harder.

    To configure scheduled backups start off by going to Total Upkeep > Settings. On the Backup Schedule tab make sure you have days of the week selected, and a time of the day selected. Click the Backup Storage tab. Under backup storage, select Google Drive. Then at the bottom click save changes. That’s it! you have backups scheduled and they will automatically upload to Google Drive.

    I created a video that walks through this:

    We’re here to help if you have any further questions.

    Thanks!
    – Brad

    in reply to: First letter in wedge #25046
    Brad Markle
    Keymaster

    Hi Scott,

    I wanted to piggyback off of what Jesse shared, and create a video to show you how to make these changes in the Customizer. I hope this helps!

    Thanks!
    – Brad

    in reply to: How Do I Add Columns to a Textbox? #24250
    Brad Markle
    Keymaster

    Hi rd,

    If you don’t have all of the drag handles within the editor, it may be because the page you’re editing doesn’t have the code for rows and columns in it. When you create a page from gridblocks those rows and columns are included by default, but sometimes they may be missing if you’re creating a new page starting from a blank page.

    The latest version of the BoldGrid Editor actually resolves the issue you’re describing. I recommend that you upgrade your plugins.

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