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Troubleshooting WordPress errors on your own

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Beginner’s guide to troubleshooting WordPress errors Most of you may experience common WordPress errors on your site. But you may not aware of what to do for those errors to rectify. So you have to face some troubles and spend a lot of time searching for a solution. However, if you can troubleshoot those errors …


How to disable XML-RPC in WordPress

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In WordPress, XML-RPC has disabled by default for the longest period. This has disabled due to security issues. However, XML-RPC disables by default will change in WordPress 3.5. Hence, currently, XML-RPC will enable by default with a facility of the turnoff from the WordPress dashboard. So, this article explained to you how to disable XML-RPC …


How to fix the 403 forbidden error in WordPress

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The 403 forbidden error is the one of terrible error which can experience especially for WordPress beginners. So, it is important to learn how to deal with this 403 forbidden error in WordPress. This article will support you on that. This article is explaining how to fix the 403 forbidden error in a simple way. …


How to fix briefly unavailable for scheduled maintenance error in WordPress

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Normally, the briefly unavailable for scheduled maintenance error is coming when updating WordPress core, plugins, or themes. Because of this issue, the WordPress site will not able to complete the update. Hence, it allows you to stuck in the maintenance mode.  This article will support you to learn on how to easily fix the “Briefly …


How to check if your WordPress blog posts are ranking for the right keywords

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Many people check rankings for their articles manually. They try to search rankings by typing keywords in Google. This method does not give a clear picture of where the articles stand for the target keyword. This article will support you to check whether your WordPress blog posts are ranking for the right keywords simply. So, …


How to move WordPress to a new server or host With No Downtime

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Moving to a new server or host is a threatening work for both WordPress beginner as well as an experienced user. This is a completely different experience than implementing a new site. Hence, many users may have different problems on how to move WordPress to a new server or host successfully. This article brings you …


How to get a Free SSL certificate for your WordPress website

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Google displayed all non-SSL websites as “Not Secure”. The non-SSL website means that the website is not using an SSL certificate. The risk of not using an SSL certificate is that you will lose the trust of your customers. SSL certificate support to protect website data. This is a requirement for accepting payments online. These paid …


How to Find a Backdoor in a hacked WordPress site and fix it

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Your hacked WordPress site must be clean up properly. Otherwise, it allows hackers to get in back to your website again. Because most of the hackers create backdoors as the first task when they are hacking a website. Those created backdoors can bypass normal authentication in your site. Hence if you are not clean up …


How to Set Up WordPress Error Logs in WP-Config

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  Howdy WordPress users!! How are you doing? Today I came up with another troubleshooting article for WordPress. To help you with setting up WordPress error logs in the wp-config file. As you may know already the wp-config file in WordPress controls your site settings and also helpful debugging tools to find and fix errors. …


How to stop and prevent a DDoS attack on WordPress

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WordPress offers powerful features and a secure codebase. So WordPress is one of popular the famous websites around the globe. Nowadays DDoS attacks are common on the internet. But sometimes these powerful features and secured codebase in the WordPress website are unsuccessful in protecting WordPress from DDoS attacks. The WordPress website will slow down and …