Firstly, you must make a backup copy of the database and www directories.Continue reading “How to transfer WordPress to another domain”
Sometimes when updating plugins, themes or the WordPress engine, a window may appear asking for a username, password, FTP server address for downloading new files, so that this does not happen, you can add a line to the wp-config.php configuration file:Continue reading “WordPress update without FTP”
To change the WordPress user login, you need to execute an SQL query to the database, since this cannot be done through the admin panel menu.Continue reading “How to change user login in WordPress”
Once upon a time a free theme was activated on one site and a lot of changes were made in it, so that someone would not accidentally update it and not overwrite the changes, I did the following:Continue reading “How to Prevent WordPress Theme Updates”
For an example of a completed installation of WordPress with Nginx in the operating system Ubuntu Server 18.04.Continue reading “Installing WordPress and Nginx”
Once I installed WordPress on an Ubuntu Server operating system with a Nginx web server and when I tried to add a new article I saw an error:Continue reading “Error solution with REST API “The response is not a valid JSON response” WordPress+Nginx”
I noticed on the new block built-in editor that when adding code to the SyntaxHighlighter block, some characters are displayed incorrectly, for example, characters:Continue reading “WordPress. SyntaxHighlighter replaces <> with < >”
There was a case once a long time ago, when updating WordPress an error occurred and it turned out that the update did not install and the site remained off.
When it was opened, it was displayed:
“Briefly unavailable for scheduled maintenance”.
It was required to activate a visual editor on one of the WordPress blogs, but did not find the activation function in the settings.
And it turns on individually for each user in the profile settings.
WPScan – a utility for testing WordPress, searching for vulnerabilities.Continue reading “Installing and using WPScan on Linux”