Category : Web Hosting

Sometimes when installing WordPress theme, WordPress throws the error “the link you followed has expired.” Don’t panic. This message is displayed by wordpress because your server settings for upload max size or maximum memory are not well configured. What Causes ‘The Link You Followed Has Expired’ Error? This error usually happens when the file you’re ..

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Modifying your hosts file enables you to override the domain name system (DNS) for a domain on a specific machine (computer). Modifying your hosts file causes your local machine to look directly at the Internet Protocol (IP) address that you specify. Modifying the hosts file involves adding two entries to it. Each entry contains the ..

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Blogger is a free publishing tool from Google mostly used for creating blog website. Generally, blogs are hosted by Google at a subdomain of blogspot.com (for example: myblogname.blogspot.com). However, they can also be hosted on a registered custom domain (like www.mydomainname.com). In this tutorial, you will learn how to point a domain to blogger. The domain testerino1.tk will be used as ..

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WordPress is the most popular Content Management System (CMA) from blogging. This popularity makes WordPress a perfect target for hackers. The most common attack faced by a WordPress site is XML-RPC attack. Recognizing an XML-RPC Attack 1) Randomly “Error establishing database connection” error is displaying on the WordPress site. 2) “Out of memory” or/and (Full ..

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Installing WordPress with Softaculous If you would like to get started but don’t have an account you can sign up for one at WebHostNepal Client Area. We provide Softaculous option designed to make it very easy to install third party scripts to your hosting account. If you want your website to have a WordPress blog, ..

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some of us choose to have our own complete backup that consists of our files, database, emails and settings as starting from scratch might be troublesome if your website got messed up without a backup. learn how to generate your personal complete cPanel backup and download it to your local computer. Please be guided through the instructions underneath. Step 1. Login to your cPanel account (yourdomain.com/cpanel). Step 2. Click on “Backup Wizard” under “Files” Menu. Step 3. Click “Backup” button. Step 4. Then click “Full backup” button. Step 5. Choose your preferred location where your ..

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