Have you ever encountered the frustrating problem where WordPress keeps logging you out? Recently one of our users encountered this issue. She followed all the normal troubleshooting tips like deactivating plugins, emptying cache, clearing browser co [Read More…]
If functions.php is the single most important file in your WordPress theme, then wp-config.php is the single most important file in your entire WordPress installation. This file can be used to configure database functionalities, enhance performance, [Read More…]
One of the best parts about WordPress is the availability of plugins that makes your job easy as a user and as a developer. Often when creating sites for clients, we as developers use plugins that are absolutely crucial for the site to have certain f [Read More…]
By default WordPress allows users to edit the theme and plugin codes through the admin panel. While it is a handy feature, it can be very dangerous as well. A simple typo can end up locking you out of your site unless ofcourse you have the FTP access [Read More…]
Developing a WordPress site locally is a smart way to speed up the development process. In the past, we showed you how to install WordPress on your Windows computer using WAMP or on Mac using MAMP. Once you’re finished perfecting your website o [Read More…]
Are you seeing an allowed memory size exhausted error in WordPress? This is one of the most common WordPress errors, and you can easily fix it by increasing the php memory limit in WordPress. In this article, we will show you how to fix WordPress mem [Read More…]
Do you want to setup a WordPress multisite network? WordPress comes with a built-in capability to create multiple websites using the same WordPress install. In this article, we will show you how to install and setup a WordPress multisite network.