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How to Disable Theme and Plugin Editors in WordPress

WordPress allows users to edit the theme and plugin codes by default through the admin panel. While it is a handy feature, it can be very dangerous as well. A simple typo can end up locking you out of your site unless of course you have the FTP access. To prevent clients from screwing up the

What is “404 Not Found” and How to fix it ?

The 404 Error is an HTTP status code that comes up when the web page the visitor is trying to visit could not be found on the server. This happened when that particular page has been deleted or moved to a new location. Imagine if a website has lots of inactive pages that return this

How to Disable RSS Feeds in WordPress

WordPress is primarily known by people for its powerful blogging features. RSS Feeds are used by people to subscribe to your new content that you post and also to feed into third party reader applications such as Feedly. This way they can read your fresh content on the go. However, not everyone uses the blogging portion

Fix the WordPress White Screen of Death

If you have been using WordPress for a few years, then you have encountered the white screen of death at least once. The WordPress white screen of death is one of those extremely annoying problems like error establishing a database connection. The reason why this issue is frustrating for users is because it locks you out

How to increase PHP memory in WordPress

We are hosting numerous client websites using WordPress, and sometimes a WordPress Memory Exhausted error shows up when activating a new plugin or doing some other task. Usually the error looks like this: 1 Fatal error: Allowed memory size of 33554432 bytes exhausted (tried to allocate 2348617 bytes) in /home4/xxx/public_html/wp-includes/plugin.php on line xxx We got

Upgrading WordPress Core Manually

Upgrading WordPress Core Manually First create a full backup of your website. This is very important in case you make a mistake. Download the newest WordPress ZIP file from wordpress.org. Unzip the file into a directory on your local machine or in a separate directory on your website. Deactivate all of the plugins on your

HTTP vs. HTTPs: What is the Difference?

You may have heard that the poeople encouraging you to change your site to the HTTPS security encryption from HTTP. So, let’s talk about the differences and what exactly is HTTP and HTTPS? What is HTTP? HTTP stands for hypertext transfer protocol. It’s a protocol that allows communication between different systems. Most commonly, it is used for transferring data

How to Change JPEG Image Compression on WordPress

By default, WordPress compresses your images for better performance. In this article, we will show you how to increase or decrease JPEG image compression in WordPress. Every time you upload a JPEG image in WordPress, it would automatically compress the image to 90% quality. In WordPress 4.5, this number was further decreased to 82% to

10 Tips for Your Website Security

As of late there has been an expansion of incredible instruments and administrations in the web advancement space. Content administration frameworks (CMS) like WordPress, Joomla!, Drupal thus numerous other permit entrepreneurs to rapidly and proficiently manufacture their online habitations. Their very extensible models, rich module, module, expansion biological system have made it less demanding than

Malvertising and Black Hat SEO: Nulled WordPress Themes

If you have been following our blog for some time, you know that we regularly warn about risks associated with the use of third-party software on your site. A benign plugin may sneakingly inject ads into your site which cause malvertising problems for the site visitors (e.g. SweetCaptcha). Other plugins may be hijacked by hackers