Month: January 2021

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How to Fix ERR_SSL_OBSOLETE_VERSION Warning Notifications in Chrome

[ad_1] When you’re running a WordPress website, it’s vital that you make sure visitors can access it with ease. So encountering error messages and connection issues – such as Chrome error warnings – can be quite frustrating. In this post, we’ll discuss the ERR_SSL_OBSOLETE_VERSION warning in Chrome, explain why it occurs, and talk about what

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What Is MySQL Hostname and How to Find It?

[ad_1] Your MySQL hostname defines the location where your MySQL database is hosted. If you want to connect to your database, you need to specify the MySQL hostname so that your application knows where to connect. In most situations, including hosting a WordPress site at Kinsta, your MySQL hostname will be localhost. Essentially, this means

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Importing a MyKinsta External Backup

[ad_1] Importing your previous external backups from Kinsta is quite easy, but it is a manual process for the time being. Creating a backup One of the easiest ways to import a site is to create a downloadable backup. Visit the Backups section for your chosen site and head over to the Download tab and

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What Is a WordPress Plugin?

[ad_1] If you’re new to WordPress, you might find yourself wondering, “what is a WordPress plugin?”. It’s a fairly common question to ask because, in addition to being one of the many new terms that WordPress will introduce to your vocabulary, plugins are also an essential building block of every single WordPress site. In this

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MySQL Storage Engine – How to Convert MyISAM to InnoDB

[ad_1] One of the biggest reasons that large-scale WordPress sites slow down is because their database hasn’t been optimized. A lot of older sites are still using the MyISAM storage engine in their database. Over recent years, InnoDB has shown to perform better and be more reliable.  A big reason to use InnoDB over MyISAM,

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How to Create and Modify a WordPress Cron Job

[ad_1] Cron is a Unix/Linux utility that is typically used to schedule commands or a script on a web server that runs in the background. A cron job is the task itself, which is used to schedule tasks at periodic fixed times, dates, or intervals. Typically these involve repetitive tasks that are automated to save

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How to Download Older Versions of WordPress Plugins

[ad_1] There comes a time when every WordPress site owner will run into an issue with a plugin update or conflict. In this scenario, one of the easiest ways to debug the problem and confirm it is the update is to download the previous or older version and test it on your site. Check out

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How to Easily Clone Your WordPress Site

[ad_1] There are many reasons why you might want to clone your WordPress site. Perhaps you are launching a second site and want to use your first one as a base template to save time. Or maybe you want an exact replica for backup purposes or development, other than the typical staging environment. Whatever the reasons, Kinsta

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Database Manager

[ad_1] Adminer is a user interface for manipulating your database. It is very similar to phpMyAdmin but has a much reduced footprint and is thus snappier to work with. For documentation see the Adminer website. Accessing Database manager You can access Database manager in three ways. Click on the “More” menu (three dots) in the

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How to Upload an HTML File to WordPress (3 Effective Methods)

[ad_1] By default, you can build pages and create content within WordPress without ever having to upload any custom HTML files. That’s because the WordPress core comes with built-in content types. In addition, the WordPress theme you use will likely have its own set of pre-designed page templates that you can take advantage of to