How to setup WordPress with Redis Caching CentOS 7.6 Date posted : 03/05/2019 In this post, we will explain, how to setup WordPress with Redis Caching with simple steps. 1. Install Redis on a CentOS server Start and enable Redis on system boot: 2. Install Redis PHP extension Install Redis… Continue Reading How to setup WordPress with Redis Caching in CentOS 7.6

Allow FTP access to developers for wordpress sites Date posted : 07/02/2019 In this blog article, we will be explaining FTP related access to wordpress sites. Generally developers used to face issues with FTP uploads or wordpress plugins installs via wp-admin. It happens due to incorrect user/group file permissions given… Continue Reading Allow FTP access to developers for wordpress sites

Allow FTP access to developers for wordpress sites Date posted : 07/02/2019 In this blog article, we will be explaining FTP related access to wordpress sites. Generally developers used to face issues with FTP uploads or wordpress plugins installs via wp-admin. It happens due to incorrect user/group file permissions given… Continue Reading Allow FTP access to developers for wordpress sites

Upgrading WordPress Manually in Centos 7 Date Posted : 20-09-2018 In this article, we are about to learn about how to upgrade WordPress version from rear end.We assuming that your have installed LAMP stack. Prerequisite : Acquaintance of WordPress,MySQL Assumptions: Centos 7 is running in your server WordPress version :… Continue Reading Upgrading WordPress Manually in Centos 7

Block wp-login.php based on country through mod_security Date Posted: 17-02-2018 WordPress is popular CMS which receives large number of DDOS login attempts generally. As a system administrator or site owner, if we dont feel that the traffic is not genuine from some other country, we can restrict wp-login.php   only from… Continue Reading Block wp-login.php based on country through mod_security

Fatal error: Call to undefined function request_filesystem_credentials() in wordpress Recently, we have faced an issue with the wordpress which reports the below error. Fatal error: Call to undefined function request_filesystem_credentials() in wordpress Resolution: Download the latest version of wordpress on the local machine. Upload the file to the file.php to… Continue Reading Fatal error: Call to undefined function request_filesystem_credentials() in wordpress

Date Posted: 17-03-2017 There are few scenarios where we have no control over wordpress admin panel due to various reason. In such cases, if we want to change themes, here is the easy way to change the theme from backend. Assumption: WordPress installation Server SSH access or PhpMyadmin access or… Continue Reading Change wordpress themes from backend

Date Posted: 17-03-2017 This post assumes that wordpress already installed. If server is fresh and it doesn’t have webserver or database server, follow the below post to install wordpress. Install Nginx, PhpFpm and MariaDB The webserver, database server can be anything other than nginx and mariadb. Implementation: Let’s assume the… Continue Reading Change wordpress site URL on backend(Mysql, Mariadb)

You have installed WordPress and are seeing the following error: Warning: require(./wp-blog-header.php) [function.require]: failed to open stream: No such file or directory in “\xyz\xyz.com\wwwroot\index.php” on line 17 Warning: require(./wp-blog-header.php) [function.require]: failed to open stream: No such file or directory in “\xyz\xyz.com\wwwroot\index.php” on line 17 This is most likely because you… Continue Reading ./wp-blog-header.php error [function.require]:failed to open stream

WordPress upload directory isn’t writable. Server error. When you have added a 3rd party plugin in the wordpress, there might be a change that you will get the above error. The simple solution for this issue is changing the permission of uploads, special integrated theme upload and upgrade directory to 777