Once on the WordPress health page (Tools – Website Health) I noticed several errors for the REST API and the Loopback request:Continue reading “Solution of the error “cURL error 28: Operation timed out after N milliseconds””
I will briefly describe how to install the OneALL Social Login extension, which allows you to log in to the forum using social network accounts.Continue reading “Installing OneALL Social Login in phpBB”
I noticed once on one of the new Ubuntu servers an error when opening phpMyAdmin – “The extension mysqli | mysql not found.”Continue reading “How to solve “Extension mysqli | mysql not found””
I will give an example of a simple caching of PHP pages with an interval of 600 seconds (10 minutes).
Paste at the beginning of the code:Continue reading “Simple page caching”
robots.txt is a file with web server access restrictions for search engines.
It should be located only in the root directory of the site, and contain only lowercase letters, that is, “robots.txt”, and not “Robots.txt”.
There are several ways to disable the display of the date or the author on the recording page.
Before starting any changes, I recommend backing up the data.
I noticed somehow when upgrading WordPress to version 4.7 that after the update wp-admin does not open, instead of the admin window there is an empty window and in the address bar of the browser the following address:Continue reading “Solution of the error when opening wp-admin after the update”
CORS (resource sharing between different sources) is browser technology that allows a web page to access resources from another domain.
To enable CORS in Apache2, you must first activate the headers module, in Ubuntu Server, you can do this with the command:Continue reading “Access-Control-Allow-Origin (CORS)”
.htaccess – (hypertext access) additional configuration file for the Apache web server and similar servers.
In order for the file to be processed by the Apache server, the “AllowOverride All” option must be in the configuration file for the specified directory.
nginx (engine x) — it is a web server and reverse proxy server, as well as a mail proxy server.
Install on Ubuntu with the command: