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Mar, 19

Web servers are just like any other computer. They need memory to efficiently run multiple applications at the same time. Server administrators allocate specific memory size to different applications including PHP. When the allowed memory size of an allocated amount of bytes is exhausted it means the PHP script responsible for running a process or function has been exceeded.This can occur when poorly optimized scripts or too many resources (like plugins) attempt to allocate too much or all of the memory available on a server.   How to Fix WordPress Fatal Error "Allowed memory...

  First, let’s examine what this error message actually means. Your database uses a language called MySQL. Your website is reliant on a server-side language called PHP. Whenever your website URL is entered into the browser, WordPress uses PHP commands to connect to the MySQL database, get the information needed, and then displays everything on the screen. This is where the error comes into play. The error occurs when, for whatever reason, WordPress cannot access the information in the database via PHP commands. When that happens, WordPress basically doesn’t know what to do...

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Mar, 19

Increasing security in WordPress by changing the configuration files permission   Changing access permissions is one of the security solutions which developers and security experts take into consideration and it will help you to increase your website’s security. For changing wp-config.php permissions follow this tutorial. Login to your hosting control panel and enter File manager     2. wp-config.php file is located in public_html folder by default, so enter to this directory and find ­wp-config     3. Right click on the wp-config.php file and...

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Mar, 19

Redirection in WordPress At this tutorial, we want to get some informs about a WordPress plugin which allows you to set redirection in WordPress. Redirection plugin is one of the famous WordPress plugins which support PHP version 5.4 and above. Also with professional settings at this plugin, you can take into consideration of your webpages 404 errors and resolve them. For installing redirection plugin follow below steps: First of all, login to your WordPress dashboard. At the left side, put cursor on Plugins option and click on Add New.       3. In appeared page,...

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Mar, 19

What is WordPress?

  WordPress is an online, open source website creation tool written in PHP. It is the simplest, most popular way to create your own website or blog. In fact, WordPress powers over 33% of all the websites on the Internet. On a slightly more technical level, WordPress is an open-source content management system licensed under GPLv2, which means that anyone can use or modify the WordPress software for free. A content management system is basically a tool that makes it easy to manage important aspects of your website like content without needing to know anything about...

How to Add CAPTCHA on WordPress :   In this tutorial, we will demonstrate how to add CAPTCHA to a WordPress site using the Google Captcha plugin (reCAPTCHA).   You can follow these steps : Step 1:  Using your credentials (the user must have admin access) login to your WordPress admin panel . Step 2:  In the Dashboard, select "Plugins" and then select "Add New" . Step 3: In the search box, type "google captcha" and click the Enter button on your keyboard. Step 4: In the search results, find the Google Captcha Plugin (reCAPTCHA) and click on "Install...

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Dec, 18

How to Install WordPress on cPanel WordPress is one of the most popular CMSs (Content Management Systems), which has attracted many advocates recently. This system has a simple and flexible environment that makes it easy to use. At this tutorial, we use cPanel as our web hosting control panel and we will install WordPress on it. Firstly, download WordPress by following this link: “Download WordPress” Then, in the cPanel environment select “File Manager” Go to “Public html” directory and click on “Upload” button.   In...