A Complete Guide on HTTP to HTTPS Migration in WordPress

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HTTP to HTTPS migration has become one of the essential parameters for any search engine now. It has been made mandatory after Google chrome announces, “from 24th July 2018, they will consider all the websites working on HTTP as “not secure.” In this article, we will provide you an in-depth guide on Http to Https migration in WordPress. and give some tips on how to make the whole process easy and smooth. Even some leading Search Engines like Google are trying their best to encourage website owners to move into the more secure web. …

How to Set up and Use WordPress Error Log?

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Introduction When you develop the website, it is not a bad idea to control the possible errors or check other information the server replies to your queries. One of the best ways to do that is to set up and read the WordPress logs. In the article, we are going to explain what are the types of log files, and how to set them up on different servers and read them to analyze the different aspects of your website. …

Find Your WordPress Login URL [Quick Beginner Steps] 2022

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WordPress Login URL is the only link through which a user can get easy access to WordPress Admin Dashboard by providing login and password. But beginners, often find it difficult to get access through the admin page and their work gets affected. Even some users prefer to change or Hide their WordPress Login URLs due to the following two reasons: Security concernsTo rebrand each and everything thing of your website to give a better user experience. …

A Complete guide to Understanding HTTP Status Codes 

HTTP Status Codes
To understand what HTTP status codes are we need to understand how web servers and browsers work. When a user enters a web address into his web browser (Chrome, Mozilla, Safari, etc.), and the browser sends a request to the hosting server of the respective website. In this article, we will cover the following topics – What are HTTP Status Codes? The Browser acts as a CLIENT sending request to the SERVER. The server then responds to this request either in terms of the web page (based on files and database), …

How to Fix WordPress 403 Forbidden Error? [9 Quick Fixes]

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You must have encountered some common errors while trying to access your WordPress site that shows a forbidden message.  You likely came across a 403 forbidden error. In this guide, we will take you through how to fix the 403 error code. We will cover detailed information on how to resolve the issue so without any further delay let’s get started. 502 How to Fix WordPress 403 Forbidden Error? [9 Quick Fixes] Methods To Fix 502 Bad Gateway Refresh the webpageTry in Incognito ModeClear Cache Memory of your Browser……………… …