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How to Run Wordpress On A Windows Server

If you’re in the market for a new website, you’ve undoubtedly heard WordPress mentioned quite a bit. Which means you’ve probably found yourself wondering, “what is WordPress anyway?”
4 Mins
Newbie
Newbie

How to Install WordPress Using Command Line

WordPress is the simplest, most popular way to create a new website or blog for yourself. It powers over 38% of all websites and 63% of all content management systems used in the world. No doubt it’s a favorite as an open-source content management system that permits advanced code-level modification. The end result is that WordPress makes building websites easy and fun, mostly, for everyone, even those who aren’t developers.
6 Mins
Newbie
Newbie

Different Ways to Fix WordPress Login Redirect Loop Issue

Isn't it scary yet annoying when you try to log in to your site, and the page keeps reloading? It's a WordPress login redirect loop that happens for many reasons.
3 Mins
Newbie
Newbie

How to Change WordPress URLs in MySQL Database Using phpMyAdmin

When you decide to change your site's address, you have different options to do so. Sometimes, when you do it from your site's dashboard, it might not work properly. So, the best solution is to use the MySQL database of your WordPress site.
3 Mins
Newbie
Newbie

How to Fix ‘Sorry, This File Type Is Not Permitted For Security Reasons’ For a Website’s Server

Every hosting server supports certain file types that can be uploaded to it. When you get the ‘Sorry, This File Type Is Not Permitted For Security Reasons’ error; it means you're trying to upload an unsupported file type.
3 Mins
Newbie
Newbie

How to Fix the upload_max_filesize Error of a Server for a WordPress Site

Every hosting server sets an upload limit to prevent its users from violating the server allotted to them. If you get the upload_max_filesize error while installing a theme, plugin, or even uploading an image, it means the problem is with the upload limit that you have to increase.
3 Mins
Newbie
Newbie

How to Fix “Your Connection Is Not Private” Error for WordPress

When you see the "Your connection is not private" error on a browser while trying to access your site, you don't necessarily need to be afraid of it because it usually happens due to the browser and any connection issues. In this tutorial, you’ll learn about all the possible causes and solutions to this error. Most of these include changes locally on your browser, network, and computer settings.
4 Mins
Newbie
Newbie

How to Fix err_too_many_redirects in a WordPress Site?

It's important to keep your WordPress site error-free. Who’d want to visit a site that doesn't provide a seamless experience? Seeing an error like "err_too_many_redirects" might seem overwhelming if you can’t explain it, but there are a number of solutions on how to fix it. In this tutorial, you’ll learn the different methods available to you.
4 Mins
Newbie
Newbie

How To Fix The “Is Its Parent Directory Writable By The Server”?

Most of the times when you migrate a site from one hosting company to another and start making any changes like installing a plugin or something similar, you might get an error “Is Its Parent Directory Writable By The Server”. This error usually prevents you from uploading anything on your site.
4 Mins
Newbie
Newbie

How To Pick The Right Hosting Plan For A Freelance Writer?

As a freelance writer, no matter what your niche market is, you need to get a professional-looking freelancing website. It is one of the most effective ways to grow your business easily and get paid.
6 Mins
Intermediate
Intermediate
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