Category: General WordPress questions

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How to Combine External CSS in WordPress

[ad_1] 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

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How to Perform a WordPress Search and Replace (5 Methods)

[ad_1] When it comes to managing your WordPress website, making minor changes here and there isn’t usually a big deal. However, sometimes you need to update many elements on your site at once, in which case a WordPress search and replace may be necessary. Perhaps you just migrated from HTTP to HTTPS, for example, and

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A Comprehensive Guide on WordPress Files and How to Use Them

[ad_1] WordPress files form the foundation of your WordPress website. The directory of files resides on a server – whether that server is owned and stored in your own office or managed by a hosting company. Inside those directories are various folders and files, each of which serves a purpose for delivering commands and serving

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How To Clear Cache for All Major Browsers

[ad_1] Does someone keep telling you to “clear your browser cache”? It’s a necessary diagnostic when having website issues (like a 304 error). But what does clearing your browser cache mean, and how do you clear the cache for your specific browser? Let’s find out! What’s a Browser Cache? A browser cache is a database

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How to Fix “Your PHP Installation Appears to Be Missing the MySQL Extension Which Is Required by WordPress” Error

[ad_1] Trying to install WordPress or visit your WordPress site only to encounter an error that says “Your PHP installation appears to be missing the MySQL extension which is required by WordPress.”? As with any WordPress error message, it can be frustrating to encounter a problem that prevents you from using/accessing your WordPress site. However,

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How to Fix Cloudflare’s “Error 520: Web Server Is Returning an Unknown Error”

[ad_1] When your site’s visitors see error 520 in their browser, it means Cloudflare is sending the message because your server returned an empty, unknown, or unexpected response. The 520 error can be approached through troubleshooting first to find the cause and then fixed following these steps. Let’s jump right in: Troubleshooting Error 520 Since

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How to Fix the “This Site Can’t Be Reached” Error (5 Ways)

[ad_1] Everyone runs into the occasional error while browsing the web. Some error codes, such as Error 404, are easy to understand. However, others like “This site can’t be reached” are much more vague and don’t offer any information on how to fix them. There are several potential causes for the “This site can’t be

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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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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