When it comes to optimizing a website for speed, one has to work on both desktop and mobile speed as both devices draw a good amount of traffic. We've covered how to optimize your site's overall loading speed previously. In this article, we will specifically focus on seven factors that will help you increase website speed on mobile devices.
Want to remove the "warning cannot modify header information" error from your WordPress website? In this article, we will show you how to read the error to learn what caused it and then the steps you need to take to remove it from your WordPress website.
Are you encountering the missing temporary folder WordPress error on your site? This particular error prevents you from uploading any files to your WordPress website which means you can't add new functionalities to your site nor can you update any of the software installed on your website. Luckily, the fix for this particular error is straightforward and in this post we will teach you exactly how to do it.
Did you just encounter "the theme is missing the style CSS stylesheet" error on your WordPress website? It's a common error that people experience while trying to install a theme on their WordPress site. Luckily, there are simple troubleshooting measures that you can perform to fix the issue and in this article we're going to share them with you.
Divi is one of the most popular website builders out there. That said, the builder has quite a few downsides, too. Fortunately, there are plenty of other high-quality website builders that can make a better Divi alternative for your situation. In this article, we are going to dive into five of them.
Are you encountering the “an automated WordPress update has failed to complete” error on your website? In this article, we will show you how to do that. We'll also take a quick look at the reasons behind the update failure.
Infinite scroll ensures that your pages automatically load new content every time a visitor reaches the bottom of a page. In this post, we will show you how to add infinite scroll to your WordPress website.
Want to learn how to translate WooCommerce store? If you are drawing customers from various parts of the world, translating your WooCommerce store into different languages could help your business grow and make more profit.
Looking for ways to repair your WordPress database? In this article, we will take a brief look at the common causes and then we will show you how to fix your WordPress database.
Looking for ways to fix the “413 request entity too large” error on your WordPress website? Or, some situations, you might see this error as “413 payload too large.”
WordPress permalinks not working? Unexpectedly running into a 404 error on some of your pages? It’s a sign of broken permalinks. Here's how to fix that.
Encountering the “sorry you are not allowed to access this page” error on your WordPress website? This is a common WordPress error that appears when you are trying to access a restricted page in your WordPress dashboard.
Encountering a “501 not implemented” error on your WordPress site? Any HTTP error that begins with “5” indicates a server issue. This means that the 501 error appears due to an issue on your web server. To remove the error, you will typically need to contact your hosting provider and alert them about the error on your site.
Did you just come across the “Updating failed. The response is not a valid JSON response.” error when working in the WordPress block editor?
One of the most common WordPress errors is the “destination folder already exists” error. If you work with a lot of plugins and themes on your WordPress site, then you are likely to come across this error when trying to reinstall an old plugin or theme.
Did you encounter the dreaded “Sorry, this file type is not permitted for security reasons.” error on your WordPress website? Don’t worry, it’s a common error that occurs when you are uploading a file type that WordPress does not support. Fortunately, there is a way to bypass this restriction.
Struggling with Contact Form 7 not sending email to your inbox? Contact Form 7 lets you send email notifications to both yourself and people who submit your form. However, if you don’t configure your site the right way, it’s common to have issues with Contact Form 7 emails not sending.
Have you ever encountered the ‘Briefly Unavailable For Scheduled Maintenance. Check Back in a Minute.‘ error on your website? The message usually appears when your WordPress core, plugins, or themes are being updated. The message disappears as soon as the update is over. Sometimes, updates go wrong, and that’s when your website shows the maintenance mode error.
Want to disable right-click on WordPress to protect your content? Content theft has been around since the beginning of the internet. Whether you have a content-heavy website or an image-heavy site, your online properties can be stolen with just a click.
Want to remove “proudly powered by WordPress” from your site’s footer? Perhaps you are running a business and don’t want to seem unprofessional. Perhaps you want to avoid declaring the CMS used on your website to avoid being hacked. Or perhaps you are working on a client website and want to remove the text and replace it with your own link.
It is a frustrating experience to encounter ‘this connection is not private’ error, be it on your own website or someone else’s. Luckily, you can fix the error by implementing the solutions we have listed in the section below.
Have you encountered the 503 error on your WordPress site? It’s a common WordPress error that can be fixed by following the steps we have covered in today’s tutorial. Some of these steps may look technical, but they actually don’t require any deep technical knowledge.
Did you just try to upload a file to your WordPress site only to be met by an error message saying “the uploaded file exceeds the upload_max_filesize directive in PHP.ini”? The error occurs when you are trying to upload a large file which can be an image, plugin, theme, or video. If the file size of the upload exceeds the maximum upload size configuration on your hosting server, you’ll see this error message.
Looking for a WordPress disable XMLRPC plugin? Or, perhaps you want to disable XMLRPC manually via a short code snippet? Look no further because in this article we will show you how to disable XMLRPC using both methods.
Wondering how to hide the WordPress admin bar? The admin bar (also called the toolbar) appears on the top of a page of a WordPress website. You have to be logged in to see it. It offers quick access to pages like Dashboard, Themes, Widgets, Menus, Customize, New Page, Edit Post, etc.