How To Allow Contributors To Upload Images In WordPress Do you have a multi-author WordPress site or one that has a lot of people contributing content? If that’s a yes, you’re probably aware that the WordPress default rule is contributors can’t upload any media to the dashboard. That means they can’t write a post on […]
How to Reduce TTFB to Improve WordPress Page Load Times When it comes to the overall speed of your WordPress site, a lot of times we focus on front-end performance and optimizations to improve page load speeds. However, sometimes it is good to look at it from the server-side, where your website originally starts loading.
How to Fix the 500 Internal Server Error in WordPress Let’s assume that your website is working fine until a few days back, a minor glitch takes place, and it escapes your mind. Suddenly, you start observing a 500 internal error on every page of your website. Don’t worry!
10 Easy Ways to Speed Up Your WordPress Website [Case Study] Many elements make a successful website: Design, content, SEO, mobile-friendliness – to name just a few. Yet, something that has become more and more important over time is website speed. Consumers are impatient. If a website takes too long to load, they move on […]
Why WordPress Child Themes are Important (and How to Create Them) WordPress is a wonderful content management system (CMS) for building blogs and websites, in big part thanks to the myriad sophisticated themes it offers. However, too much tinkering with your themes can often lead to unintended consequences, such as losing your customizations during updates, […]
DesktopServer: How to Set Up the Easiest Development Environment for WordPress Setting up WordPress in a localhost environment can save you a ton of time if you frequently test new designs and go bug hunting, but with its super easy 5 minute setup, DesktopServer definitely tops that.