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Fixing The 404 Not Found Page On WordPress
WordPress is an excellent CMS; however, sometimes, even a slight change can make your website unavailable. Another common issue (like internal server error) that you might face is your posts/pages...
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Fixing The 403 Forbidden Error On WordPress
The 403 forbidden error is one of the most annoying errors you can come across when working with WordPress. This error code is usually shown when server permissions restrict access...
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Fixing The Internal Server Error On Your WordPress Website
Internal Server Error (500 status code) indicates that something is wrong with the setup of your website or the server your website resides on. This particular error is somewhat frustrating...
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How To Configure And Use A WordPress Website
Configuring WordPress sound easy, however involves a lot of little steps that add up. Here’s a short table of contents of what’s in this article. It’s a long one, so...
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How To Fix “Cannot Verify Server Identity” Error On IOS
When adding an email account to your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch, you will sometimes come across a “Cannot verify server identity”. This is a harmless error and easily fixed....
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How To Edit The Author In WordPress
Let’s get right to it. Here’s how to edit the author of your post in WordPress. Screen Options You can start by clicking on the Screen Options button that is...
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How To Clear Your Browser Cache
A lot of times you will hear you have to clear your cache in order to see changes on your site. First thing you might ask yourself is, what is a...
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How to Reorder Posts in WordPress & WooCommerce
WordPress displays posts in reverse chronological order. This means your newest posts appear on top. There is no direct way to move posts up and down on your WordPress Dashboard...
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Inserting Code In WordPress Site’s Header And Footer
Often you may be asked to add code snippets in the <header> and <footer> section of your WordPress site. For instance, when trying to integrate your site to Google Analytics,...
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How To Fix The “Sorry, This File Type Is Not Permitted For Security Reasons” WordPress Error
By default, WordPress limits the type of files that you can upload for security reasons. There are specific file types that WordPress has been configured to support by default. The...
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