Troubleshooting Resource Loading Issues After Cloning a WordPress Website

When cloning a WordPress website, you may encounter issues where various resources such as JavaScript (JS), Cascading Style Sheets (CSS), images, and fonts do not load correctly. This can manifest in several ways, such as error messages in the browser console like “Cross-Origin Request Blocked”, “downloadable font: download failed”, or other resource-specific errors. This article will help you identify the problem, understand its causes, and provide resolutions to ensure all resources load properly on your cloned site. Problem After cloning a WordPress website, resources such as JS, CSS, images, and fonts fail to load properly. Symptoms Browser Console Errors: “Cross-Origin

How to Disable Automatic WordPress Updates

Disabling updates in WordPress can be necessary for various reasons, such as ensuring compatibility with custom themes or plugins, or simply maintaining control over the update process. There are multiple methods to achieve this, including modifying the wp-config.php file and configuring settings in WordPress Manager through cPanel. This article will guide you through both methods step-by-step. Method 1: Disabling Updates via wp-config.php The wp-config.php file is a core WordPress configuration file located in the root directory of your WordPress installation. By adding specific constants to this file, you can disable various types of updates. Reference WordPress Developer Resources – wp-config.php

How to Fix WordPress 404 Not Found Error

The “404 Not Found” error is a common issue that WordPress users encounter. This error indicates that the server could not find the requested page. Understanding the problem, its symptoms, causes, and resolutions can help you fix it efficiently. Problem The “404 Not Found” error in WordPress occurs when the server is unable to locate the page or post you are trying to access. We know this can be frustrating for both site administrators and visitors. The good news is it’s normally very easy to resolve. Symptoms Trying to access a page results in a “404 Not Found” error message.

How to add an admin user using WP-CLI (WordPress Command Line Interface)

To add an admin user using WP-CLI (WordPress Command Line Interface), follow these steps: Open your terminal or command prompt. Navigate to your WordPress installation directory. This is the directory where your WordPress files are located. Run the command to create a new user: Use the wp user create command followed by the username, email, and other necessary details. For example, to create a user with the username adminuser, email, and set their role to administrator, you would use the following command: Here’s a breakdown of the command: wp user create: The WP-CLI command to create a new user.

SQL command to delete wpForo posts and topics for a user

In this article, we will guide you on how to delete all wpForo posts for a specific user directly from the database. This might be necessary in cases where a user has left many unwanted posts on your forum. Prerequisites Before you proceed, please ensure that you have the following: – Access to your WordPress database (usually through phpMyAdmin or a similar tool). – The ID of the user whose posts you want to delete. Warning Manipulating the database directly can lead to data loss or corruption if not done correctly. Always make sure to have a recent backup and

How to Fix Missing Appearance Menu and Plugin Menu in WordPress Admin?

If the Appearance, or Plugin menu options are missing from your WordPress Admin area it might be due to a number of reasons. Verify Administrator Privilege First ensure that you are logged in using a WordPress user account with administrator privileges. Only users with administrator roles have access to manage themes (Appearance) and plugins. See WordPress Roles and Capabilities Troubleshooting If you still do not see the Appearance and Plugins options in the WordPress Admin menu, consider the following troubleshooting steps: Clear your browser cache and cookies to ensure that you are viewing the most up-to-date version of the WordPress

How To Block WordPress Contact Form Spam using Honeypot for Contact Form 7

Learn how to block contact form spam in self-hosted WordPress. This guide focuses on using Honeypot for Contact Form 7 to block spam for WordPress websites using Contact Form 7, the popular WordPress plugin. All these methods are free alternatives to spam services such as the paid-version of Akismet. We’ve tested every solution on WordPress website hosted on Ecenica Managed WordPress. Problem After publishing your contact form you start receiving spam email through your contact form. Symptoms Spam emails are being received from your WordPress website. Cause A person, or script is submitting spam content through your contact form. The

How to fix WordPress error: “Oops. Problem with nonce. Please delete cached page from settings page.”

Learn how to reolve Symptom When visiting your WordPress Admin you see the following error Oops. Problem with nonce. Please delete cached page from settings page. Cause This error typically occurs when the WP Super Cache Plugin isn’t functioning correctly. It’s related to a stale cache file. Resolution To resolve this issue, follow these steps: Visit your homepage, but add “?cache_buster=” followed by a random number to the web address. For example: “; Try clicking on the Delete Cache option in the admin bar. This should resolve the error.

How to disable trackbacks in WordPress

In this article we explain how to disable trackbacks and pings on your WordPress site using Ecenica WordPress Manager, WordPress Dashboard and WP-CLI.

How to Install Google Tag Manager in WordPress

Google Tag Manager (GTM) is a powerful tool that allows you to manage various tracking codes and scripts on your website from a single interface. Whether you’re looking to integrate analytics, conversion tracking, or other marketing tags, GTM simplifies the process. In this article, we’ll guide you through two methods to install Google Tag Manager in your WordPress website: using a plugin or manually adding the code. Method 1: Installing Google Tag Manager via Plugin Step 1: Install and Activate a GTM Plugin Log in to your WordPress dashboard. Navigate to “Plugins” and click on “Add New.” Search for “Google

How to change your WordPress Site Title and Tagline

Log in to your WordPress Dashboard. For help logging into your WordPress Dashboard see how to log into WordPress Dashboard From the left menu choose Appearance > Customize. Click Site Identity. Change the Site Title and Tagline fields. Click Publish to save.

Useful WP-CLI commands

We describe a list of useful WP-CLI commands you can use to control your WordPress website from terminal.

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 fix WordPress downloading download.gz file when viewing my site

Problem When you view your WordPress site your browser downloads a file and you can’t view your website. Symptoms A file called download.gz downloads when you try and view your WordPress website You have installed WP Super Cache. A WordPress caching plugin. Cause There a a number of reaqsons why you are seeing the error. A stale or out of date WordPress cache. An error in a WordPress plugin. An error in a WordPress theme. Incorrect .htaccess rules. Outdated WordPress version. Resolution Update WordPress to latest. Update any third-party WordPress plugins. Update your WordPress theme. Clear your WordPress cache folder.

How-to Install WordPress

Follow this guide to install and setup WordPress on your Ecenica web hosting package using Ecenica App Installer.