Category Archives: WordPress Support

Managing Plugins

What are plugins?  WordPress Plugins are PHP scripts that expand the usefulness of WordPress. They upgrade the highlights of WordPress, or add completely new highlights to your site. Modules are frequently evolved by volunteers, and are normally free to the public. Plugins are accessible by means of the WordPress Module Catalog. In spite of the fact that […]

WordPress Privacy

User Privacy and your WordPress site  Depending on your public or global security guidelines, (for example, the European Association’s Overall Information Assurance Regulationm which might be relevant to you) you might be needed to show a protection strategy revealing your assortment and sharing of individual information. Individual information incorporates things like your clients’ name, email, […]

How to reset password in WordPress?

In WordPress, there is more than one way to reset your password. (Normally, the easiest way to reset it is through the “Lost your password?” link on the main login page for your blog or website.)However, there are certain times (especially if your email isn’t working correctly) that you may have to take different steps […]

How to create database using cpanel in WordPress?

Login to your site Login to your hosting control panel (cPanel) with information provided by your host company. MySQL Database Wizard Under the Database section, click on the MySQL Database Wizard icon. Step 1. Create a Database Step 1 in the wizard is creating the database. Simply give your database a name. The actual WordPress […]

How to write post in WordPress?

Posts are entries that display in reverse order on your home page and/or blog page. Posts usually have comment fields beneath them and are included in your site’s RSS feed. To write a post: Log in to your WordPress Administration Screen (Dashboard). Click the ‘Posts’ tab. Click the ‘Add New’ sub-tab. Start filling in the […]

How to install WordPress?

WordPress is well-known for its ease of installation. Under most circumstances, installing WordPress is a very simple process and takes less than five minutes to complete. Basic Instructions to Install WordPress Download and unzip the WordPress package if you haven’t already. Create a database for WordPress on your web server, as well as a MySQL (or MariaDB) […]

How to move WordPress to a new server?

Whether you are moving WordPress to a new server or to a different location on your server, you don’t need to reinstall. WordPress is flexible enough to handle all of these situations. Move WordPress to a New Server If you are moving WordPress from one server to another, begin by backing up your WordPress directory, […]

How to restore your database from backup in WordPress?

Restore Process Using phpMyAdmin, follow the steps below to restore a MySQL/MariaDB database. Login to phpMyAdmin. Click “Databases” and select the database that you will be importing your data into. You will then see either a list of tables already inside that database or a screen that says no tables exist. This depends on your setup. […]

HTTPS For WordPress

For local development, you can create a self-signed certificate using OpenSSL, however this has limited use since any certificate generated will not be trusted by others, so should only be used for private servers. There is no extra or special settings needed specifically for WordPress at the web server level for HTTPS. WordPress by default […]

How to Install Multiple WordPress Instances?

If you need multiple WordPress instances, there are three types of installations based on system architecture, or a combination of WordPress instances and databases: The WordPress multisite feature, which is a single WordPress instance with a single database Multiple WordPress instances with a single database Multiple WordPress instances with multiple databases Let’s first look at […]

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