In one of the earlier articles, we provided the necessary information about “How and Why You Should Limit Login Attempts in Your WordPress” We mentioned that you can easily limit this with the help of a plugin. In this article, we will explain you how to limit IP access to your wp-login.php file.
WordPress users may encounter errors from time to time but those errors shouldn’t scare the users. As we mentioned earlier, WordPress has a solution to every problem. One of our site visitors asked us earlier about how the “Destination Folder Already Exists Error” error can be resolved
If you want to display your latest posts on your WordPress site and don’t know how to do it, then you’re in the right place. It is very important for the user to see the latest posts because when users see your recent posts viewed, they tend to spend more time on your site. So, in this article, we’ll show you how to display your recent posts in a WordPress site.
One of the common problems that WordPress users face when installing or updating a plugin is the ” Memory Limit ” error. The error, in general show up as “Fatal error: Allowed memory size of 33554432 bytes exhausted (tried to allocate 7896 bytes) in ….” The reason why you get this error is that your site uses the memory setted by default.
If you get such error message as shown up in visual 1 when you make changes to your site, it’s probably due to security or permission issues. There may be an inconsistance in the data that is transmitted between your site’s files and the database.