Want to create a WordPress site free and testing your themes and plugins? TasteWP is a newcomer among online WordPress sandboxing solutions. The site allows users to spin up a new WordPress instance in a one minute! It’s easier than maintaining a local development environment, which many casual WordPress users have not taken the time… Continue reading TasteWP – Create Free WordPress Testing Sites
In the ever-evolving domain of web technology, WordPress Blocks redefined the concept of content creation and online marketing. This juggernaut of a content management system houses over 75 million websites due to its mind-blowing plugin architecture and template system. However, the proper plugin tends to get lost in the hordes of useless ones. Hence, We… Continue reading PostX Review | Is PostX the best Post Grid plugin for WordPress
To save test the load time of a website run speed test on – https://www.webpagetest.org/ This gives a pretty clear idea of where exactly the time is being spent when loading the webpage and what are the places of improvement. 1. First Byte Time Also called as Time to First Byte (TTFB) This is basically… Continue reading How to improve the load time of a website
Add this code to the child-theme functions.php file
What is Xdebug? Xdebug is a PHP extension which provides debugging and profiling capabilities. It uses the DBGp debugging protocol. LocalWP ships with a PHP extension called Xdebug, which allows developers to get an in-depth look into the PHP processes that a given Local site is running. If you’re a PHP developer frequently using var_dump() or echo to debug, we… Continue reading How to disable the Xdebug PHP extension on LocalWP?
I know times are challenging right now, and I want to help. Many of us are dealing with financial worries. Businesses are closing, people are losing jobs, and the economy seems to be headed for disaster. There’s no easy answer to a lot of these problems. But there are some chinks of light in the… Continue reading Learn WordPress, Moz Training, & other free resources!
Add this code to the child-theme functions.php file:
We know there are different types of content in WordPress. By default, there are posts and pages. Just simply run this SQL query in phpMyadmin (recommended for developers only)
Add this code to the theme cunstions.php file
For some reason, if auto-updating does not work on your server or localhost, then try MANUALLY updating. Download the latest WordPress zip file from WordPress.org and unzip it, and use that to copy up. Access your server via SFTP or FTP, or a file manager in your hosting account’s control panel (consult your hosting provider’s documentation for specifics on… Continue reading How to update WordPress manually