Enabling WordPress Debugging

How to turn on debugging in WordPress to view errors and warnings. Follow the quick and easy steps to enable WP_debug.

How to Delete WordPress

In this article we explain the process to completely remove and delete a WordPress install through your cPanel control panel.

How to fix 403 Forbidden Denied Errors in WordPress

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.

How to reset your WordPress password

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.

How to fix JSON API bug in WordPress?

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