Monthly Archives: June 2021

Password Best Practices

Securing your WordPress starts with a strong password. A strong password is complex and elaborate. It isn’t easy to guess since it doesn’t contain recognizable words, names, dates or numbers. While I wouldn’t suggest picking a password containing less than 20 characters, I can certainly understand it can be hard to remember a random string […]

Hosting WordPress

Most hosting providers and personal installations on Unix/Linux systems should be able to host WordPress under very common configurations. Hosting WordPress Server Requirements  Please proceed to this page where you’d get updated requirements as WordPress continues to grow. Recommended Setup  It is recommended you use a platform comprised of the Linux operating system, and either the Apache […]

How to Creating Database for WordPress

If you are installing WordPress on your own web server, follow the one of below instructions to create your WordPress database and user account. Using Plesk If your hosting provider supplies the Plesk hosting control panel and you want to install WordPress manually, follow the instructions below to create a database: Log in to Plesk. Click Databases in the […]

Installing WordPress in your language

In spite of the fact that WordPress shows in U.S. English of course, it has the underlying ability to be utilized in any language. The WordPress people group has effectively made an interpretation of WordPress into numerous dialects, and there are Topics, interpretation documents, and backing accessible in numerous different dialects (see WordPress in Your […]

Installing WordPress at popular Hosting Companies

Installing WordPress at Atlantic.Net  Install WordPress On A Ubuntu 14.04 LTS You can also install WordPress on Ubuntu with one click WordPress Hosting on Atlantic.Net. Installing WordPress at AWS  Installatron WordPress Installatron WordPress is a pre-designed and prepared to-dispatch picture that contains a WordPress site and Installatron’s WordPress the executives instruments. Architecting an Exceptionally Versatile WordPress Site […]

How to troubleshoot WooCommerce Endpoints?

Troubleshoot WooCommerce Endpoints : Endpoints showing 404 If you see a 404 error, go to WordPress Admin > Settings > Permalinks and Save. This ensures that rewrite rules for endpoints exist and are ready to be used. If using an endpoint such as view-order, ensure that it specifies an order number. /view-order/ is invalid. /view-order/10/ is valid. These types […]

How to improve performance in WordPress

Minimizing Plugins  The first and most straightforward approach to further develop WordPress execution is by taking a gander at the plugins. Deactivate and erase any pointless modules. Attempt specifically handicapping modules to gauge worker performance. WordPress Support Is one of your modules altogether influencing your site’s presentation? Take a gander at the module documentation or request […]

What are WooCommerce Endpoints and how to use them?

Endpoints are an extra part in the website URL that is detected to show different content when present. For instance: You may have a ‘my record’ page displayed at URL yoursite.com/my-account. At the point when the endpoint ‘alter account’ is annexed to this URL, making it ‘yoursite.com/my-account/alter account’ then the Alter account page is displayed […]

How to update PHP and WordPress?

To optimize your WooCommerce store’s performance and security, it should be running the minimum supported versions of PHP and WordPress. This keeps your business running smoothly and creates the best online experience for customers. WooCommerce Minimum Requirements The most current release of WooCommerce and required WordPress and PHP versions should power your website, not only for security […]

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