Have you ever gotten this error message on your website from Wordfence? There’s a link to click but it doesn’t take you where needed.(more…)
Sometimes access to the Ultimatum Toolset is lost. Read on to learn how to recover it. (more…)
The default message that users get while you are updating your WordPress site is not informative and some users might think that your site has gone for good. Read on to learn how modify your WordPress “Scheduled maintenance message”. (more…)
According to Google’s Search Engine Optimization Starter Guide images should be placed in one folder rather than being scattered about your folder hierarchy.
A front page is a great way to greet your users. Read on to make one for WordPress. (more…)
Before making any changes to a theme consider making a child theme and modifying that.
Your changes will not be lost when the theme is updated and your changes are easier to manage when they are not surrounded by the many lines of the main theme. I didn’t use a child theme here but I wish I did! Have a look at the official way here.
Doing a simple thing like adding a line before an MS Word table or even a WordPress table is not simple sometimes! (more…)