How to Install / Update WordPress Automatically Without Using FTP Date published: 21/08/2019 Introduction In many circumstances, you are not able to update/upgrade your WordPress and plugins to a newer version without providing your FTP connection information. This is the most common issue whereby the WordPress system can’t write to your /wp-contentfolder… Continue Reading How to Install / Update WordPress Automatically Without Using FTP

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

Date Posted: 25-12-2017 In this post we will explain how to change site url in the new moved domain. Step 1: Open the wp-config.php and edit define(‘DOMAIN_CURRENT_SITE’, ‘newdomain.com’); define(‘WP_DEBUG’, false); define(‘WP_ALLOW_MULTISITE’, true); define(‘MULTISITE’, true); define(‘SUBDOMAIN_INSTALL’, false); define(‘DOMAIN_CURRENT_SITE’, ‘newdomain.com’); define(‘PATH_CURRENT_SITE’, ‘/’); define(‘SITE_ID_CURRENT_SITE’, 1); define(‘BLOG_ID_CURRENT_SITE’, 1); Step 2: Open mysql or phpmyadmin… Continue Reading Changing the Domain Name on WordPress Multi-site

Date Posted: 22-12-2017 In this Post we will explain how to setup multisite in wordpress. Step 1: Open wp-config file and find the copy-paste following code just above the “That’s all, stop editing! Happy blogging” comment. define(‘WP_ALLOW_MULTISITE’, true); Step 2: Open the wp-admin in browser and goto tools->Network Setup and… Continue Reading WordPress Multisite Domain setup

Posted Date:20-07-2017 In this post we will explain moving wordpress media to amazon cloudfront and S3. step 1: Install the following plugins on wordpress. https://wordpress.org/plugins/amazon-web-services/ https://wordpress.org/plugins/amazon-s3-and-cloudfront/ step 2: To configure Amazon Web Services account here and create the new user in aws console. step 3: To create the aws s3 bucket… Continue Reading Moving WordPress Media To Amazon CloudFront and S3

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