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How to Increase the WordPress Maximum Upload File Size

A common problem I see in the WordPress user community is that larger images, themes and plugins can’t be uploaded from within WordPress due to the error: “exceeds the maximum upload size for this site”. Today I’ll show you how you can increase your WordPress maximum upload file size limit to allow you to upload the sizes you need.

How to Prevent Hotlinking in WordPress (5 Easy Methods)

Nothing is worse than someone stealing your images or bandwidth, but this happens fairly regularly as everything is out in the open on the internet for …

WordPress White Screen Of Death – How To Fix It Fast

Have you ever installed a plugin or changed an option which resulted in the so called “WordPress White Screen Of Death”? No content, no admin, no way to fix things? If you’ve ever experienced the frustration of being completely powerless, this article is for you.

What’s New In WordPress 4.7

The latest-and-greatest release of our favorite CMS, WordPress 4.7 “Vaughan,” was released a week ago on the 6th of December. It includes a brand new default theme, …

What’s New in PHP 7.1.0

As of December 1st, the newest version of PHP, PHP 7.1.0 is now available. After a huge update that took PHP from 5.6 straight to 7.0 increasing …

How to Connect via SSH to Your Server

SSH is one of the best tools in a developers tool-belt. It can be used to set up advanced environments, manipulate sites, use great tools like …

WP-CLI – Managing WordPress From The Terminal

For most of its life, WordPress has been built using a simple code-base with a dash of object oriented PHP being the most abstract system. In …

Is WordPress Code Really A Mess?

WordPress receives a lot of flak for the state its code is in. I was doing some research on Themeosis for an upcoming article and bumped into an article.

Is DDoS Protection From Your Host A Lie?

After causing $1.7 billion in damages in the first documented DoS attack in early 2000 the techniques behind DDoS attacks have only become more potent. While many hosts tout DDoS protection, can they really do anything when faced with an attack of epic proportions?

10 Things Not To Do In PHP 7

With PHP 7 coming out later this month it’s time to prepare and shed some of our bad habits.

What is WordPress XML-RPC and How To Stop an Attack

The XML-RPC implementation in WordPress allows external services and desktop clients to interact with WordPress. In this article I’ll take a look at what XML-RPC is, how it works and what the future holds once the WordPress API becomes a part of core.

How to Use the WordPress Register Sidebar Function

Not long ago we had a look at how sidebars work in the WordPress database. If you want to work with widgets and sidebars however, in most cases the first step is to register them – make WordPress aware of them so users can start assembling things in the backend.