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Aug, 19

The Ultimate CMS Comparison

In our previous article about content management systems, we explained what is a CMS, its components, and its uses along with the advantages and disadvantages of using one. Now, let us delve a bit deeper into the most popular CMSes available, their strengths, weaknesses and the cases in which each one supersedes the rest. Firstly, let us state that there is no one-fits-all solution. Each CMS is designed with certain use cases in mind and although they all serve the same purpose, each one does it in a different manner and offers unique features and customization options. As in most areas of...

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Aug, 19

What is a CMS?

Since the internet’s popularization, having a website is a common practice for many internet users. Unfortunately, up until about a decade ago, internet users needed in-depth programming knowledge in order to create and edit content within a website. This made managing websites’ content not only difficult but also expensive without prerequisite knowledge. In order to combat these issues, content management systems (i.e. CMS) were developed. A web content management system is a computer software designed to create, edit, organize, publish and manage the content of a website....

Deactivate Installed Plugins in WordPress There are two methods to disabling your plugins. One requires you to use FTP and the other requires you to use phpMyAdmin. Deactivate All Plugins Using FTP In this method, you will need to use either a FTP client, or your host’s file manager. First, you need to connect to your website using a FTP client, or File Manager in cPanel server. Once connected, you need to navigate to the ‘wp-content’ folder.   Inside wp-content folder, you will see a folder called plugins. This is where WordPress stores all plugins installed on...

How to Fix the Syntax Error in WordPress website Typically, this happens because a snippet of code is placed within a theme file incorrectly or the code itself contains an error such as a character or a tag in the wrong place or missing it altogether. After making changes in your WordPress site, you may see syntax errors or parse errors in your web browser. These usually look similar to: Parse error: syntax error, unexpected end of file in /wp-content/themes/twentyseventeen/functions.php on line 430 The moment syntax error in WordPress occurs, you’re locked out of your website. It...

In this tutorial, we will unravel the reasons behind the WordPress White Screen of Death error and various ways to fix it. Let’s get started. Why Do You Get WordPress White Screen of Death? WordPress white screen error might cripple your whole website or parts of it. Everything seems to be working fine, but you get this error on a certain post or a page or even more than one page. How to Fix a WSOD? If you are seeing a white screen of death error, here are some common steps to resolve the issue: Increasing Memory Limits Disable Plugins and Themes Resolve Syntax...

Optimizing Mysql Databases Databases have the potential to grow very large, particularly on sites that receive a lot of traffic or have a large amount of content. In such cases, periodic database optimization may help improve web site performance. To optimize a MySQL database, follow these steps: Log in to cPanel server. In the Databases section of the cPanel home screen, click phpMyAdmin. The phpMyAdmin administration page appears in a new window. In the left pane, click the name of the database that you want to optimize. For example, the following image shows...

Increase Memory Restriction in WordPress Default WordPress installation is limited to 32MB. This problem happens when you sometimes install an extension and need more than 32 MB to enable it. Generally, when you run this plugin, you will encounter an error like the following error. Example: Fatal error: Allowed memory size of 33554432 bytes exhausted (tried to allocate 2348617 bytes) in /home/username/public_html/site1/wp-includes/plugin.php on line xxx WordPress Memory Restriction Problem Solving Method 1- Go to your control panel first. Enter the File Manager section. 3. Then go to...

Resolving WordPress Internal Server Error Internal Server Error is one of the errors that initially appears to the user from the web server or host. This is not the reason for the internal server error and the source of this error is what we will go in depth. .htaccess .htaccess is a configuration file for use on web servers running the Apache Web Server software. This acts as the interface between the site and the web server. So there can be problems after making changes or after updating your WordPress, resulting in an internal server error. Now, to be able to test this problem through...

  One of the common WordPress error is the ‘connection timed out’ which is caused by an overburdened shared server. The main causes are heavy plugins, theme function issues, and exhausted PHP memory limit. How to Fix It This error can be fixed very easily in different ways: First possibility is to increase the memory limit of PHP  in wp-config.php. If you are using shared hosting you may have to ask your hosting provider to increase your memory limit. This allows you to run heavy plugins successfully. The second way is to increase the maximum execution...

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...