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How to Fix the Image Upload Issue in WordPress

The image upload issue in WordPress is one of those irritating errors that has no clear solution, meaning it has a number of different causes and a number of different solutions you’ll need to weed your way through. The...

How to Connect MailChimp to Your WordPress Site

When you are running a website or blog, one of the important things you need to do is build an email list. Though building an email list is an old method, it is still very much relevant, as it...

How to fix the WordPress error “The site is experiencing technical difficulties”

Have you ever encountered with WordPress error say “The site is experiencing technical difficulties.” A lot of times, the full error is: “The site is experiencing technical difficulties. Please check your site admin email inbox for instructions.” Here is...

How to Track Link and Button Clicks in WordPress (Step by Step)

Wondering how to track links and button clicks on your WordPress website? By default, Google Analytics doesn’t allow you to track links and buttons, so you’ll have to tweak your links with a bunch of event tracking code, which...

How To Add Google Fonts To Your WordPress Site

The appearance and feel of a website is of great importance in attracting and holding a visitor’s attention. Content on a website can be dominated by text, images, or media. Text, wherever used, whether abundantly or sparingly, must be...

How to Fix the WordPress Failed to Open Stream Error

Why does failed to Open Stream Occurs? You may get error something like this with screwed up blank website with following error printed on screen: This error occurs when WordPress isn’t able to find the load the mentioned website...

LastPass bug leaks credentials from the previous site

LastPass has released a fix last week. Vulnerability details are now public. Users advised to update. Password manager LastPass has released an update last week to fix a security bug that exposes credentials entered on a previously visited site....

Magento Recommendations for PHP Vulnerabilities

On September 3, Multi-State Information Sharing and Analysis Center (MS-ISAC) has issued an alert related to multiple vulnerabilities that could allow for arbitrary code execution and a recommendation that all sites using PHP should update to the latest PHP...

How to Fix WordPress White Screen of Death

Nothing is worse than loading your website and seeing a blank, white screen. No error message, no clear problem, just the white screen of death, making it inaccessible to both administrators and visitors Today we are going to walk...

WordPress 5.2.3 fixes new clutch of security vulnerabilities

WordPress version 5.2.3 has just appeared on the download pipe featuring half a dozen security fixes and software enhancements. It doesn’t look as though any of the flaws have been publicly disclosed or identified with CVEs, but admins who...