How to Easily Flush DNS Cache (Windows, Mac, Linux)

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Flush DNSDNS stands for Domain Name Servers. When a website or a web application is hosted on a server, irrespective of whether it is Linux based or Windows based, a specific decimal separated series of numbers is assigned to it, which is technically known as IP address. DNS is just like english translation of these numbers.

When a website address is entered into a web browser it looks for its DNS, which is assigned to the domain on the domain registrar website. It is then translated into the assigned IP address and the request to return the website is made to the server corresponding to that DNS and hence IP address. Read more »

How to Fix Error 403 : Forbidden Error for WordPress

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Error 403

There are some HTTP status codes defined by Microsoft’s Internet Information Services which is considered standard internet codes.These codes are used by web servers to communicate with your web browsers (like Chrome, Firefox, Opera, etc.). These codes are defined within the http header. In normal circumstance when website is working fine the server sends Status Code as 200. Read more »

How to fix “the uploaded file exceeds the upload_max_filesize directive in php ini” Error

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the uploaded file exceeds the upload_max_filesize directive in php ini

WordPress is the best content management system to build websites of almost any type and complexity. It does not require deep knowledge of coding, so, it is the best choice for everyone. You can install WordPress manually or depending on your web host you can also install it in one click. At WPOven you can install a WordPress site to your server in a matter of seconds and easily manage it from our dashboard. Moreover, it is very customizable: you can easily change the interface or add new functionality just installing the new themes or plugins. Read more »

How to Add FAQs to Your WordPress Website — Best WordPress FAQ Plugins

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WordPress FAQ Plugin

Does your business run a website to communicate with your customers? It is obviously so. And most likely, you get tons of emails from buyers, potential buyers or those who comment the blog posts. How long does it take to sort them out every day? We are sure it’s not the thing you would adore to do. However, you must do it if you do not want to lose the visitors.

Moreover, the questions are very similar and are almost of the same type. They mostly relate to the company services and website features. And you spend more and more of your precious time to answer the typical questions instead of improving the business. Read more »

The WordPress REST API : Getting started Guide

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WordPress API

What is an API

Web Applications are no more a standalone entity. They need to communicate with third party entities for better outcome and instant real time data. In order to communicate with third party components they need a medium and protocol to do that.

Such defined protocols are known as API, or Application Programming Interface. Through this interface two independent entities communicate with each other and deliver the desired outcome. Read more »

How to activate free CDN on WordPress site

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Free CDN
We will certainly not be mistaking saying that website performance is the most important thing for every online user. Many website owners work hard to improve it and make it work smoothly no matter where the visitor is located.One of the most effective tools to improve their website performance is using the CDN — Content Delivery Network or Content Distribution Network. There is a number of benefits of using these services. In the post, we will review what the CDN is, so how is it improves the website performance, and how to activate free CDN on your WordPress website. Read more »

The essential guide to WordPress Robots txt

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WordPress Robots Txt

If you are a business owner and use the WordPress website to communicate with your customers, it is vital for you to promote it in the search engines. Search engine optimization includes a lot of important steps. One of them is building a good robots.txt file.

What do you need this file for? What is its role? Where is it located on your WordPress website? What are the ways to create it? Read more »

WooCommerce vs Shopify

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WooCommerce vs Shopify

Running an online store has never been easier. There are a lot of multi-functional e-commerce platforms, each of which has its own benefits. But the two most popular solutions are Shopify and WooCommerce. Determining which one to choose for your small business depends largely on your individual needs.

Both platforms offer attractive designs, product variations, different shipping rates, payment gateways, SEO and marketing functions; as well as various extensions and add-ons to further expand and improve your online store. Read more »

Stripe vs PayPal

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PayPal vs Stripe

PayPal and Stripe are online payments processing tools. Due to the many interrelated products, ranging from mobile payments to financial services, we can say for sure that PayPal is almost the industrial standard. And Stripe, whose name is not always known by online users in many countries, has a long list of very popular customers and partners. So, what platform is more preferred in the Stripe vs PayPal competition?

First, neither PayPal nor Stripe offers the cheapest payment processing rates. For a basic payment processor with lower rates, it would be better to have a regular merchant account. And you will get basic eCommerce support. Read more »