The parse error syntax error in WordPress isn’t a common error, and it typically occurs through a mistake made by the user. Experienced developers often have no trouble fixing this error on their own, but if you’re new to adding and editing code to your site, you may be having a tough time figuring this error out. You might be…. Continue Reading
A 404 error appearing when you click on one of your WordPress posts is a strange issue to have, but the solution is fairly straightforward, thankfully. Unfortunately, there’s no clear reason as to why this issue occurs, making it difficult to prevent. It has to do with your site’s permalink structure, which is partially controlled by the .htaccess file. You’re…. Continue Reading
WordPress, WordPress, WordPress. Who are you? What are you? And where did you come from? Why do all these people keep calling you Open Source? What’s your deal? I mean, why do so many people love you so much? Why are you so powerful and versatile and beautiful? What can/can’t you handle? What is WordPress (WP)? What can I say?…. Continue Reading
The sidebar, header and footer have their names for good reason. They’re descriptive, telling you where each element should exist on a web page. So, when your sidebar, which should exist to the left or right of your content, appears below your content, things can get a little confusing. The placement of these elements is determined through HTML and CSS…. Continue Reading
White text and missing buttons appearing in the WordPress editor is a strange and annoying issue that can occur on your WordPress dashboard. It’ll make it nearly impossible for you to write posts, especially if you don’t know enough about code to use the text editor or if you’re not able to access the text editor at all. White Text…. Continue Reading
Being locked out of the WordPress admin or wp-admin screen can be a frustrating issue. You lose the ability to edit your site, publish new blog posts or take care of comments and other administrative tasks. There are, however, a number of different solutions to this problem, and we’ll go over each of them throughout this article. Incorrect Password Error…. Continue Reading
In last few years, WordPress has become very popular, and as of today it powers 24% of all websites globally. This means, WordPress can be used for creating just any type of website. The platform has great potential especially for photographers, in part because there are so many fantastic themes available in the market, both free and premium.