WordPress cannot start because the MariaDB container where the WordPress database resides has stopped. Like you described a couple of posts back. So you need to get the logs of that container to see what happened to it.
I went in this morning and set up what was suggested above.... that said I appear to be missing applying my root password somewhere as when I turn on the container the db starts and then quits with the log saying (below photo):
For the love of Pete! Thanks. I'll go see what happens!
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Well the did work! Thank you. Now just one more glitch. When I ...In General Settings, set up a Web Page shortcut for the desktop by using the local port #, I get an Error message saying "Error in making a Database connection"........ Should the Local Port number be the same as the Container Port number?
I believe I am more confused than not. I did the WORD_DB_HOST setting change. I tried to change to local port at 8080 but it says I can't use as 8080 is already in use. So as you can tell I am a feck-all novice.. below is currently the two screen shots of the wordpress ports settings and the wordpressdb ports settings
Thanks for your patience
Can't thank you enough for you perseverance with my limited patchwork knowledge. It actually works! I am chipping away at the mountain. Now I will start learning up on moving my travel blog over. I had it in google blog when i was traveling, then recently moved it to WP on the NAS. I thought it better to learn how to use Docker before I invest in putting time into 3rd party programs on the NAS. Docker seems to be what makes more sense. Again thanks for your guidance.