What is SSL? SSL stands for Secure Sockets Layer, it is a protocol which provides a secure connection between your web server and browser. It ensures that all the data which passes through the web server and browser remains private. Types of SSL There are three types of SSL available today: Extended Validation (EV SSL)
Remove ‘Uncategorized’ as the Default Category for WordPress Posts without Codes
You can easily Remove ‘Uncategorized’ as the Default Category for WordPress Posts, without using Codes, from the settings. WordPress provides you an option to Set a category as default by editing the code in the editor. Editing those codes in the editor is not possible for the beginners who just started with WordPress.
How to Deactivate Particular or All Plugins When Unable to Access WP-Admin
We all know that deactivating All plugins and reactivating them one by one is the best way to troubleshoot an error on your site, but what’s worse, sometimes you can’t even access your WordPress Admin Dashboard. That’s the easiest way to deactivate a particular or all plugins. If you have ever faced a Blue screen of
Connect your Domain to Another Hosting using Name Servers
Most of us purchase the hosting and the domain from different companies. We usually do this because we get the best prices from different providers. But, the point is most people don’t know how to assign their domain name servers to host service. Well, don’t worry. Because, in this post, I’m going to guide you
What is WPCompress? Why should you use it?
WPCompress is a free Image optimization and Image compression plugin. They have already launched their beta version and it seems quite interesting because they are offering all their services free of cost. The plugin offers several premium features, some of them are: Users can take a backup of the original images in case they want
How to Switch/Uninstall WordPress multi-site to single-site
WordPress multi-site comes in handy when you want to start more that one blog or website on a single WordPress-installation, but some users with a multi-site network might want to switch to single-site one. So, in this guide, I’ll show you how to revert your website back to Single-WordPress Installation. Note: It is always safer