File is empty. Please upload something more substantial. WordPress File is empty error. Please upload something more substantial. The hardest part about correcting this error? That the very suggestions it makes within the error message itself to correct it, don’t work. And there are years and years of threads all […]
Transfer WordPress Self-Hosted from wordpress.com. A WordPress migration from one hosting provider to another is an easy task if performed properly. But if you are migrating from wordpress.com free blog? With a hosted site on WordPress.com, they do take care of a lot behind the scenes such as security, backups, […]
Managing WordPress from the Command Line with WP-CLI. WP-CLI is the command-line interface for WordPress. You can update plugins, configure multisite installs and much more, without using a web browser. WP-CLI can be used to manage WordPress plugins from the command line. This is useful for scripting or automating the […]
WordPress Bundle Easy Installation. WordPress Bundle. Many years after the first release of WordPress, the installation process is still kind of boring. Move the core WordPress files, install WordPress, then install plugins and themes, switch themes. Is there really a faster way to install WordPress? WordPress Installation Just Got Easier! […]
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White Screen of Death Errors in WordPress Sometimes WordPress just stops working. When you visit your site you’re met with is a stark white page and nothing else. It’s aptly referred to as the “white screen of death.” It can be extremely frustrating and problematic ,to say the least, especially when […]
WordPress.com or WordPress.org? If you’re relatively new to WordPress, you may have been confused by the difference between WordPress.com and WordPress.org. If so, you’re not alone! In this video, we’ll take a quick look at the differences between these two related—but distinctively different—versions of the popular WordPress blogging software.