You can easily disable all WordPress plugins directly from your database. This is useful when you have problems with your WordPress installation, such as not being able to log in to the admin Dashboard, or having blank pages on the website.
If you don't know which is the database used by your WordPress website, you can check the DB_NAME variable in the WordPress configuration file named wp-config.php. This file is usually located in the document root directory of your application and can be opened via the File Manager in cPanel.
To disable all plugins, go...
SEO is an acronym that stands for Search Engine Optimization. It’s a strategy used by website owners to get more traffic by ranking higher in search engines.
Search engine optimization isn’t about tricking Google or gaming the system. It’s simply about creating a website that has optimized code and formatting which makes it easy for search engines to find your website.
When people search the web for the topics you write about, your search-engine-optimized content will appear higher in the search results, and you’ll get more people...
How to Install WordPress on Plesk
In Plesk web hosting control panel, you can install WordPress and manage all of the plugins, themes, and management settings with the help of this CMS (i.e. Content Management System).
For installing WordPress on Plesk please follow these steps:
Login to your Plesk management panel
2. In Plesk environment, at the left side click on “Applications”
3. You can install a variety of CMSs in this section, as well as different versions of each application from this page. In the WordPress section, click on the drop down arrow...