notices and warnings displayed with WP_DEBUG false

My WordPress sites suddenly started displaying notices and warnings publicly. even when WP_DEBUG is set to false. Even when I set it to true I normally do WP_DEBUG_DISPLAY false. Either way, sites are displaying all sorts of deprecated function notices and other info I dont want shown publicly.

Tried reverting to WP 5.7.2. Contacted Siteground to ask if it could have something to do with php upgrade, but rolling that bac didn’t help r ither.

I run some custom plugins, so could be my fault somehow. But I dont understand how my code could overwrite a WP constant. Would appreciate any suggestions for what to check next

notices and warnings displayed with WP_DEBUG false

My WordPress sites suddenly started displaying notices and warnings publicly. even when WP_DEBUG is set to false. Even when I set it to true I normally do WP_DEBUG_DISPLAY false. Either way, sites are displaying all sorts of deprecated function notices and other info I dont want shown publicly.

Tried reverting to WP 5.7.2. Contacted Siteground to ask if it could have something to do with php upgrade, but rolling that bac didn’t help r ither.

I run some custom plugins, so could be my fault somehow. But I dont understand how my code could overwrite a WP constant. Would appreciate any suggestions for what to check next

If a system is down and no one notices, is it down? [on hold]

We maintain various SLAs with our customers for our suite of services, some 99.9%, but a few are higher at 99.99%. Currently, this downtime is measured very accurately, by documenting outages as soon as we detect and confirm that a system is down.

Breaches of these SLAs in some cases can result in financial penalties for the company (e.g. payouts to customers).

However, most of our systems, while available 24/7/365, are primarily used during U.S. business hours.

When measuring downtime, esp. considering that real money can be involved, is it appropriate (or required) to measure downtime in this way? Should it instead be measured from a customer perspective, so that we don’t count an outage as actual downtime if end users didn’t experience it?

I appreciate the honesty at the heart of our current system, but wonder if it’s too simplistic.

Help! I was sent a copyright infringement notices from Shutterstock and Photos5

I have received an email about 1 year ago from Shutterstock.com and another email from Photos5.com with a "Cease and desist demand and offer to settle copyright infringement claim".

I have used some photos that i found on google and on some desktop free wallpapers websites on my business website, and these images is copyrighted (which i didn't know at that time, and i was under the impression that all images on google is free to take) , Shutterstock asked for 273$ , and Photos5 offered me a…

Help! I was sent a copyright infringement notices from Shutterstock and Photos5