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.
If you have made changes to your theme’s original files, you may lose them in case you update your parent theme. To get rid of this problem, To avoid this problem, you should definitely build and use a child theme.
First of all, if you have are an e-commerce site or have a personal blog site and you want visitors to your site from all over the world,
multi-language is certainly an important requirement for you. Wherever you are in the world, if your site supports more than one language, you might get more orders from all over the world accordingly.
Security is a very important issue for both WordPress site owners or users. For many marketing sites or any business site in particular, vulnerabilities are like a nightmare, if we may say so. If users’ information is stolen or their passwords are seized by any hacker because of the vulnerabilities within their website, it will tarnish the image of the site owners. In an even worse scenario, you may have to hire an expert to get your website back, in case you lose controll of access to your website .