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Disable WordPress plugins via FTP or within PHPMyAdmin

When developing or debugging a WordPress website it might be necessary to disable all your currently enabled WordPress plugins at once. Often if you need to do this, you might not be able to access the plugins section within Wp-Admin. One of most common reason I’ve seen for this needing to be done is the WordPress White screen

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Unable to communicate back with site to check for fatal errors

The error you are seeing is part of the new sandbox feature in WordPress 4.9, after a change is madewp tests to make sure your site isn’t whitescreened, if it can’t determine the state, the save is disabled to avoid accidental breakage. What may cause the problem If you use any services on your site

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Can’t Add or Install Plugins in WordPress

One of the most common questions we are asked by WordPress beginners is: “Why can’t I add plugins in WordPress?”. It usually follows up with how the user is seeing an upgrade message or that their admin area doesn’t have the plugins menu. You are Facing Memory Limit Issue The failure notice is usually caused

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WordPress Performance Tips

As I’m sure most of you will agree, a slow or poorly performing site is a massive no, no. If a site takes more than 5-7 seconds to load, I will click back and try and find an alternative. Of course, we don’t want that, we want to keep the visitors on your site as

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How to create a Custom Single Post Template

I would like to start by saying how much I love my current WordPress theme. It's the first premium theme that I bought and at the time it fulfilled all my needs. However, over time I started to hate dislike the single page template because of the sidebar. So, today I decided to change the

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Formating readme.txt for WordPress Plugins

I was inspired by Pippin's post from 2012  about properly formating readme.txt for WordPress plugins and I decided to refresh it a bit. I tried to contribute to the official Plugin Readmes instructions on WordPress.org repository, but the editorial team said to send it over to them, and then they will rewrite the docs themselves.

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Enabling WP_DEBUG in WordPress

WP_Debug is a built in debugging tool that when enabled, will display any PHP errors on the front-end of your WordPress website. This tool is ideal for debugging the infamous WordPress white page of death and other coding related issues. In this quick and easy guide, we will show you how to enable the WP_Debug feature

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