Category Archives: Wordpress

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WordPress Security Tips

Introduction While WordPress is a great tool to use to manage and update your website, it’s also a frequent target for hackers or other users with malicious intent- this makes securing your WordPress installation a top priority. In the event that your site does get hacked, the good folks at Webair are more than happy …

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How to Enable Automatic Background Updates for WordPress Core

On WordPress 3.7+ you can help remove the stress of outdated WordPress sites that are susceptible to hacking. To do this just simply enable Automatic Background Updates. Turning on Automatic Background Updates causes WordPress to update whenever a new major or minor release is available. In some cases, a major or minor release may not …

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WordPress security tips

  WordPress is one of the most used application to post content on the internet.  WordPress is an open source platform where people have been using it free of charge, to both post blogs or websites. WordPress offers a variety of easily install-able themes and an assortment of Plug-ins that help customize web pages. One …

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WordPress: Set up Plugins

Installing a Plugin using WordPress Dashboard    WordPress is an excellent source to help benefit your website. Since WordPress is a free and open source application, its features are also free as well. Plugins are made by developers that are configured for WordPress whether it for security, social media, backup/restores, billing, and etc.   What can plugins …

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WordPress Now In Cloud Apps

  WordPress is a free and open-source blogging tool and a content management system (CMS) based on PHP and MySQL.  Features include a open source plugins and a template system. WordPress was used by more than 23.3% of the top 10 million websites as of January 2015. WordPress is the most popular blogging system in use …

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Enabling WP_DEBUG

  Enabling the WP_DEBUG function will notify you that something isn’t functioning correctly. Steps on how to enable WP_DEBUG are below: First: Go into your directory that contains WordPress: $ cd /usr/www/virtual/sample/www.sample.com/ Second: Now that you are in the right directory for WordPress. Please edit the PHP file called wp-config. $ pico wp-config.php Third: Look for the code below: /** * For …

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WordPress: “Deprecated” Error

One of the most common situations when dealing with WordPress is ending up getting an message saying this below: Deprecated: Assigning the return value of new by reference is deprecated in /dir/ on line 111   Note: You must enable the WordPress WP_DEBUG function to view this error. It is IMPORTANT that you must enable this. Enabling the WP_DEBUG function …