Recently, after installing WordPress on my local machine on Windows 10, I noticed that the WordPress had some issues with updating plugins and WordPress to a newer version. When I attempted to update plugins to a newer version, the update failed with the following warning message "no working transports found". Fortunately, the fix is simple and should also apply if you are using EasyPHP or WAMP development environment.
The other day I wanted to install a WordPress plugin on a website hosted on my Windows local development machine. Still, the plugin complained that it needs the cURL extension enabled on the
php.ini configuration file. This seemed like an easy problem to solve, but after modifying the
php.ini file, I was still getting the "curl not found" error. This article will show two different ways to make the cURL extension work on the Windows system.
When writing drafts for my blog posts, I prefer to use offline blog authoring editors. First, I used Windows Live Writer, part of Windows Essential, but after it reached the end of support in 2017, I installed PHP, Apache, MySQL on my local machine, to publish the drafts to my local WordPress site for further processing. The problem was that the "Open Live Writer" was not letting me add a blog account. It was giving me an error message about Invalid Server Response. In this article, I will show you what I tried and what fixed the issue.