Learn how to setup WordPress Multisite on your web hosting.
Discover how to reduce spam sent through your WordPress Contact Form by adding a spam Honeypot.
Learn how to completely disable comments on your WordPress site.
Discover how to secure your existing WordPress Multisite using SSL.
We describe how to increase the Max upload file size in WordPress Multisite networks.
Learn how to troubleshoot WordPress 403 Forbidden error messages. We show you how to check for a corrupt .htaccess file. Diagnose faulty WordPress Plugins and checking for correct WordPress file permissions.
Steps to to add a image gallery to your WordPress site.
Steps to reset your WordPress admin password if you have forgotten your login details. Use the built-in lost password feature or reset your WordPress password via your database.
Learn how to disable the default WP Cron in WordPress.
Learn how to setup a real cron job for your WordPress scheduled tasks.
Learn how-to password protect WordPress wp-admin and wp-login to help prevent brute-force attacks.
Steps to enable Multisite on an existing WordPress website.
How to map custom domains to your WordPress Multisites using the WordPress MU Domain Mapping plugin.
Stop Google from listing your WordPress website in Google’s search results.
1. Configure WordPress site to work through https:// Log in to your WordPress Dashboard Click Settings > General Update WordPress Address (URL) and Site Address (URL) from http://www.yourdomain.co.uk to https://www.yourdomain.co.uk Click Save Changes 2. Fix insecure items on your site If you see an insecure or mixed content warnings when visiting your website over https://, you can look into what is causing the warnings using your web browser console. Google Chrome Console in Developer Tools FireFox Web Console or Firebug Internet Explorer F12 Developer Tools Console Safari Error Console 3. Force your website to be accessed only over https –
If you’re finding JSON API requests back to your WordPress website fail Microsoft Internet Explorer, and you’ve got WP Super Cache installed, check you do not have Debugging enabled in the WP Super Cache Settings. With Debugging enabled, WP Super Cache adds an extra HTML comment at the end of every page like this; Page not cached by WP Super Cache. No closing HTML tag. Check your theme Where this causes problems is the HTML comment is also added to the pages generated by the JSON API plugin, breaking the JSON file. From what we can see, the addition of this debugging
Increase your max_input_vars to fix problems adding pages to your WordPress menus.
Steps to troubleshoot and fix 500 Internal Server Errors in WordPress
Learn how to fix wp-admin redirecting to another domain name by updating your wp-config file and WordPress database.
Change the domain your WordPress website uses.
Speed up your WordPress site with W3 Total Cache.
Learn how to fix high-CPU load in your WordPress website or blog. Includes tips on how to reduce CPU spiking caused by WordPress Plugins.
Fix WordPress pages downloading to your PC when you visit your WordPress site.
Learn how to log into your WordPress Dashboard after you have installed WordPress on your Ecenica hosting service.
In this guide we show you how to transfer your WordPress website to Ecenica. Follow our easy steps to transfer your site from WordPress.com or your old web host.
Learn how-to install theme on your WordPress website.
In this guide we provide a series of links and tips for building a website on your Ecenica web hosting plan using WordPress.
Learn how to quickly publish your preview site (http://preview.example.com’) to a live domain. We also cover updating your user’s cPanel account to use the new domain as the Primary Domain. This article assumes you’ve created the account in your cPanel/WHM with ‘preview.example.com’ as the Primary Domain. Login to cPanel Parked domains Add example.com Update WordPress If your site is using WordPress or any other database-driven content you’ll need to update the domain to use the new domain name. We recommend using Safe Search Replace. Replace; //preview.example.com with; //www.example.com Change Primary domain in cPanel Add a temp domain Click Parked Domains.
WordPress displays your current WordPress version number in the bottom-right footer of your WordPress Admin pages. This is so you can quickly see which version you’re running and to encourage you to keep your WordPress install running the very latest version. To remove the WordPress version number from your WordPress admin pages, copy and paste the below code into your WordPress theme’s functions.php file.
For extra security we recommend blocking access to the WordPress readme.html file and other default WordPress files which publicly display your current WordPress version number. Rather than deleting these files, it’s better to add the following directive to your .htaccess file to block public access to these files. Source HTML5 Boilerplate’s .htaccess for WordPress.