Month: April 2022

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How to Fix the NET::ERR_CERT_AUTHORITY_INVALID Error

Even if you do have an SSL certificate installed on your website, your users may run into the NET::ERR_CERT_AUTHORITY_INVALID error. Despite its intimidating name, the invalid certificate authority error isn’t something you should panic about. Simply put, your browser doesn’t recognize the validity of your certificate. To keep you ‘safe’ it displays this error, so

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How to Browse a DevKinsta Site from Another Network Device

The following instructions are for browsing your DevKinsta-created site on another device on the same network. Important notes:                            This tutorial includes advanced topics, including editing firewall rules and configuration. If you’re not comfortable making these changes or have any trouble loading your local site, we recommend

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Frequently Asked Questions

Last updated: April 29, 2022 DevKinsta is in active development, and some fields reflect features and settings that we anticipate implementing in the future. At this time, the following fields can not be changed in DevKinsta. Domain Project Location Web Server Type Multisite This page addresses some common questions you may have while using DevKinsta.

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Most Common Technical Questions About Kinsta

Researching a new WordPress hosting provider can be time-consuming and confusing. Basic features and factors such as pricing, number of installs, backups, etc., are generally easy to find. But when it comes time to dive into the nitty-gritty behind the scenes stuff, this is where it can get more complicated. Most of the time you’re

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How to Combine External CSS in WordPress

Seeing the “combine external CSS” warning in Pingdom, GTmetrix, or Google PageSpeed Insights? You are not alone, as this is a very common error for many WordPress website owners. This warning typically shows when you have 10 or more CSS files loading from a CDN and or subdomain (external domain). A way to fix this is

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Fix the ‘Failed to Enumerate Objects in the Container’ Error on Windows 10

If you’ve stumbled upon the ‘Failed to Enumerate Objects in the Container’ error while trying to access, move, or edit a folder or file, this article will help you solve this problem. What does the ‘Failed to Enumerate Objects in the Container’ error mean? The ‘Failed to Enumerate Objects in the Container’ error is a

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C# Exception: String was not recognized as a valid DateTime (Fixed)

If you are having trouble with your C# code and the exception ‘string was not recognized as a valid DateTime’, you can find more information about C# and the cause of this exception. We will also show you examples that yield this error and the correct syntax in this guide. About C# C# is a

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How to fix the SU-30746-0 software update error on PS4

Software updates can cause some unexpected behavior from your PlayStation 4 (PS4). If your PlayStation 4 isn’t acting right or has frozen during a software update, there are some steps you can take to resolve this issue. This article specifically focuses on solving the SU-30746-0 error, but if you are experiencing another update error code,

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Account Action Required Notification on Android: What It Means and How to Get Rid of It

If you’re a long-time Android smartphone user, it’s likely that you’ve seen the Account Action Required notification pop up from Google Play Services at some point or another. This message tends to annoy Android users because you can’t simply swipe it away. You must deal with it.  Luckily, the notification is just a reminder that

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Do You Have a List of Banned and Incompatible Plugins?

We take no joy in banning plugins. However, we’ve optimized our platform for high performance, reliability, and security. Because of this, there are some plugins that are not allowed or won’t work properly in the Kinsta environment. In general, we don’t allow caching, backup, or related posts plugins. If a plugin is on our list,