Month: January 2022

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A Complete Guide to Cache Misses (and How to Reduce Them)

[ad_1] WordPress caching plays an important role in the speed and performance of your website. However, if the setup isn’t properly configured, it can lead to what’s known as a cache miss. To reduce the likelihood of this happening, and your site loading times slowing as a result, it’s helpful to know how cache misses work

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How to Improve PHP Memory Limit in WordPress

[ad_1] Your plugins aren’t working. Your site isn’t loading. You keep seeing the error “Allowed memory size exhausted” and it keeps saying to increase your PHP memory limit. What is that and how do you solve it? The PHP memory limit exists to stop RAM-hogging resources from bringing down your site. But sometimes it can

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How to Fix the “SSL Handshake Failed” and “Cloudflare 525” Error (5 Methods)

[ad_1] Installing a Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) certificate on your WordPress site enables it to use HTTPS to ensure secure connections. Unfortunately, there are a variety of things that can go wrong in the process of confirming a valid SSL certificate and making a connection between your site’s server and a visitor’s browser. If you’ve encountered an

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How to Configure SendGrid in WordPress to Send Emails

[ad_1] When it comes to troubleshooting WordPress not sending emails, this can sometimes be a little tricky. Why? Because many managed WordPress hosts do not provide traditional email hosting. At Kinsta we route transactional emails via MailChannels for you, but SendGrid is another popular transactional email service provider. A few examples of transactional emails include

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Microsoft 365 SMTP Settings (Office 365): How To Connect Email Client or WordPress Site

[ad_1] Searching for the Microsoft 365 SMTP settings, also known as the Office 365 SMTP settings? Microsoft 365, formerly known as Office 365, is a subscription service from Microsoft that gives you access to a suite of features, including email hosting. With the SMTP details for Microsoft 365, you can configure your email client or

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How to Export a WordPress Site

[ad_1] Want to export WordPress site content, your database, or everything? Whether you self-host WordPress or have a WordPress.com site, exporting is useful if you need to migrate to a different hosting provider, server, or from a hosted WordPress website to a self-hosted one. When you export a WordPress website, it means you’re saving and

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How to Fix Error 1020: Access Denied

[ad_1] Error 1020: Access Denied might not be a common issue you’ll see, but it could be the case you or your client’s site might experience it. In this article, we’ll dig deeper into what’s causing the error and what to do when you see it. What’s Causing the ‘Error 1020: Access Denied’ Error 1020

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How to Add Expires Headers in WordPress

[ad_1] Did you just run your WordPress site through a speed test tool only to be told that you need to “Add Expires headers” to your WordPress site? Expires headers help you leverage browser caching, which lets you speed up your site’s load times. Beyond that, they’re also part of YSlow’s performance recommendations, which means

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Using your site

[ad_1] Last updated: January 18, 2022 Once a site is installed you will be able to manipulate it as you would expect. You can reach key pages in three ways: from the site list, the site detail page, or by directly visiting them in your browser. The main places of interest: The site itself Your

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How To Fix the “Another Update is Currently in Progress” Error in WordPress

[ad_1] When WordPress breaks, it can be pretty frustrating to try and figure out what’s causing the issue. It’s especially annoying when the problem doesn’t resolve for hours and blocks you from using an important part of your site. Are you getting a strange error on your Updates page preventing you from upgrading WordPress core