Not long ago, when I was writing an article on the WordPress text editor page, an error message suddenly appeared, “Your PHP installation appears to be missing the MySQL extension which is required by WordPress.” At the same time, the appearance of my website homepage is also inaccessible to visitors.
As images that can be inserted in WordPress posts, audio files as a form of the media file can also be inserted or embedded between your article posts in WordPress.
Sometimes we don’t realize that adding various plugins into WordPress can cause conflicts with installed themes. Therefore actually we should not carelessly install plugins on WordPress because not all plugins are compatible with the theme and specifications of the hosting server.
Having a WordPress-based blog that is used by most bloggers around the world causes the interest of hackers to try to break into a WordPress-based blog through attacks on the admin page.
One of the advantages of using WordPress as CMS (Content Management System) compared to other CMS is the availability of so many themes that can be selected by WordPress users both in free and paid version.
In fact, when you successfully create an addon domain in your existing cPanel, it also automatically creates a subdomain. Creating addon domain with the name “addondomain.com” in the “example.com” domain will automatically create sub domain “addondomain.example.com”. So, you can access your subdomain in several different ways such as : (1) addondomain.com (without or with www) […]
After finish installed SSL certificate on your hosting cPanel, you should find that non “https” prefix changes to “https”. But for some cases, you might not see a fully secured site on your WordPress site. How it can happen and how to resolve this problem ?.
For WordPress user that installed themes equipped with full widget position ready, ranging from sidebar, header, footer, top post, bottom post, and others, certainly, will not have much trouble when inserting or placing Adsense code. In a simple way, we can use default “Text” widget in our WordPress dashboard to insert that code (note : […]