Category: WordPress

How To Fix 500 Internal Server Error in WordPress

In this article, we will show you how to fix the internal server errors in WordPress. The internal server errors are status codes returned by the web server whenever it encounters a condition that prevents it from completing the request initiated by the client. This error message does not necessarily mean that the web server

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How to Create a Custom WordPress 404 Error Page

In this article, we will discuss how to create a custom error page for a “404 Requested page not found” error. The main intention behind a custom error page is to inform the visitor that the website has received the request but the requested page does not exist there. Quick Steps Login to your cPanel

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How to Install and Manage WordPress Sites With WP-CLI

How to Install and Manage WordPress Sites With WP-CLI This tutorial will help you to install and manage WordPress with the WP-CLI. WP-CLI provides a command line interface for WordPress. WP-CLI provides users the tools necessary to install and update plugins, create databases without using a web browser. PREREQUISITES Unix-like environment (Linux, FreeBSD, Cygwin). PHP

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What is CAPTCHA and What is it Used For?

This guide will explain what CAPTCHA is and what it is used for. What is CAPTCHA? A CAPTCHA is a test to determine whether the user is a computer or a human. The most common type of CAPTCHA is an image of obscured letters or numbers displayed in a box. A user must type the

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How to set up an SSL & configure WordPress to use HTTPS by default

By default, WordPress is not configured to use an SSL Certificate. In this guide, we’ll show you how to install an SSL Certificate and configure your WordPress website to always use HTTPS. First, you’ll want to get an SSL Certificate installed. If you’re hosting with us, you have two options. Commercial SSL Certificate: https://www.veerotech.net/hosting-extras#ssl-certificates Let’s Encrypt

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Using BackWPup WordPress Plugin With FTP Storage

BackWPup is a free backup plugin for WordPress that has the option for remote storage of your backups as well as scheduled backups. You can find more information here about the plugin: BackWPup Don’t have remote FTP backup storage space? Get it here! To get started, navigate to Plugins > Add New from your WordPress

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LiteSpeed Web Server LSCache for WordPress

Quick Steps: 1. Log into WordPress & navigate to Plugins > Add New 2. Search LiteSpeed in the search box 3. Install the LiteSpeed Cache plugin 4. Activate the plugin The LiteSpeed Cache plugin for WordPress accelerates WordPress websites once installed utilizing our on-board LS Cache features within LiteSpeed Web Server. In this guide, we’ll

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How to change a WordPress URL using phpMyAdmin

This guide will show you how to manually change a WordPress URL by using phpMyAdmin & cPanel to update your domain or WordPress installation path. Sometimes it may be necessary to manually change the URL for your WordPress site directly in the database. For example, if you have the main domain on your cPanel account

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