Branding experts will often talk about visibility. In other words, user-facing elements of your site should practically always reflect your branding. However, one project you may not have considered is to create a site icon for your WordPress website. The good news is that it’s easier than ever to design and upload your site icon to WordPress. In fact, there…. Continue Reading
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Struggling with how to increase the maximum file upload size in WordPress? The default max upload size value depends on your host, but it can be quite low in some cases. This can result in you seeing errors such as “The uploaded file exceeds the upload_max_filesize directive in php.ini” when you try to upload files to your WordPress site’s Media…. Continue Reading
There’s never a good time to get an error on your WordPress website. Whether in the admin section or on the frontend, site errors are frustrating. Especially if you don’t know what’s causing them or how to fix them. Unfortunately, the 500 internal server error is no different. In fact, the internal server error might be one of the most…. Continue Reading
Developing your website is always a landmark moment, especially when it’s your first time. However, despite almost every host offering a way to spin up a WordPress install on your server, this isn’t recommended. The better way is to create a site on your computer, and upload it once you’re ready. Using a tool such as Varying Vagrant Vagrants (VVV)…. Continue Reading
When you start using WordPress, you’re bound to encounter a number of errors, some grievous, other not so much. It’s inevitable; it can be your fault, at times systems break, someone fails at their job, natural calamities strike – anything could cause an error. Even something as good as an increase in traffic can break your WordPress site, leaving you with…. Continue Reading
A GraphQL server based on components instead of graphs provides the same capabilities to fetch data, while being easier to implement and faster to run. Let’s explore how this architecture works in GraphQL by PoP, a CMS-agnostic GraphQL server in PHP.
Changed hosts and looking to migrate a WordPress site? Look no further. In this guide we’ll cover how to do it with a plugin, manually and we even cover a few hosts that do it for you for free, or have their own ways to make WP migration easy. (Migrating To A Live Site?) Back It Up If the site…. Continue Reading
Did you come across the annoying ‘413 Request Entity Too Large’ error while trying upload a theme or a plugin file using your WordPress dashboard? Don’t worry, you’re not alone. This error is quite common among WordPress users who use affordable shared hosting plans to host their website. In this guide, we’ll show you how to fix this issue by…. Continue Reading
The “allowed memory size exhausted” error is one of the most common issues most WordPress users often encounter, especially when using shared hosting plans. If you’ve been getting an error that says “Fatal error: Allowed memory size of x bytes exhausted”, that means either your server is limiting the amount of memory used by your website or a plugin is…. Continue Reading