Ever wondered what is the difference between a page and a post in WordPress? Or ever wondered which of the two you should use and where? Read our WordPress blogger tip to find out the differences and learn which one to use and where.
In this WordPress tutorial we explain how to fix HTTP 404 Error or Too many redirects when you add additional authentication to your WordPress dashboard.
If you host your own WordPress most probably you have heard about .htaccess files and all the things you can do with .htaccess files to secure WordPress. If you are not familiar with .htaccess files in relation to WordPress you can go through our definite guide to htaccess and WordPress, where you can find all… Read More
Having user friendly custom error pages for your website is perhaps as important as having good content. In this article we show you how to easily implement custom error pages for your WordPress website or blog with .htaccess files.
If you are a WordPress plugin or WordPress theme developer, or provide professional WordPress support from time to time you need to run multiple WordPress websites on the same XAMPP installation on Windows. Multiple websites running on the same Apache web server are called Virtual Hosts. In this easy to follow tutorial we explain how to… Read More
The Windows hosts file can be used to redirect requests from your computer to a website to another IP rather than the original IP or domain. In other words, if I want to run a test copy of the website www.wpwhitesecurity.com on my laptop, I configure a lightweight web server on my computer and simply… Read More
Sometimes you need to know the full path or absolute path of a directory or a file stored on a web server. For example if you are using .htaccess file to password protect your WordPress wp-admin directory, you need to specify the absolute path of the .htpasswd file (Apache password file) in the .htacecss file… Read More
Robots.txt is a file which should be stored in the root directory of every website. The main purpose of such file is to restrict access to some or all content on your website by search engine bots that crawl websites. A robots.txt file is not mandatory. In fact you only need to have one if… Read More
Choosing the best hosting provider for your WordPress blog or website is one of the early and crucial decisions you have to make as a WordPress owner. The performance and service of your hosting provider has a direct impact on your sales, SEO, website’s performance and uptime. And since you cannot simply change the hosting… Read More
A Sitemap is an index of all your pages on your website or blog. Typically a single XML file, the Sitemap includes a list of the URLs of all pages on your website. Irrelevant if you are using WordPress or not, a Sitemap is a must have for every website or blog, especially if you… Read More