Images not working after updating the WordPress URL

You may have installed your wordpress to different URL something like http://example.com/wordpress and now you want to change it http://example.com . You have update the Site URL and Home URL (click here for more details) and pointed the domain to the folder. Your website is working fine and you are able to access the wordpress dashboard. However, you are not able to access the images now. The image...

April 1st, 2013 by Sudheer 

WordPress password change in Dashboard.

1. Go to your Dashboard with the URL: yoursite.com/wp-admin using your existing login details. 2. Click on ‘Users’ and then ‘Your Profile’. 3. Scroll down and search for ‘New Password’. Enter the new password and click on ‘Update Profile’. Your password is changed now.
May 21st, 2012 by Sudheer 

Importing WordPress in XML format

Importing WordPress from One server to another server 1. First thing you need to do is export the WordPress files in XML format from old server. Log into the WordPress dashboard in your old server. Go to Tools >> Export   Select ‘All content’ or ‘Posts’ or ‘Pages’. Click on ‘Download Export File’. Save the XML file in your local computer. 2....

March 25th, 2012 by Sudheer 

An Unexpected HTTP Error occurred during the API request

While installing the theme, plugin or while working with the plugins in WordPress dashboard, you may get the error
January 24th, 2012 by Sudheer 

Installing WordPress Plugins

How to install the plugins in your WordPress blog? Follow the steps given below to install the plugins: 1. Log in to the WordPress Administration Panel. 2. Click on Appearance Panel and them click on ‘plugins’. 3. Click on ‘Plugins’ and click on ‘Add new’. 4. Use the sub-menu or the Search options to locate a plugin you would like to use. 5. Click on ‘Install...

September 28th, 2011 by Sudheer 

WordPress Loading with the blank page

Possible reasons may be the server side issues, database connection, plugins or the theme 1. Server Side: Check if the normal PHP files are working are fine. Also, check if the sessions are working. If they are working, then the issue is not with the server. If they not working, contact your hosting service provider. 2. Database: Reset the database password to the one which you have set it in the wp-config.php...

September 25th, 2011 by Sudheer 

Reset the theme in WordPress

You may need to de-activate the current theme to gain the access to WordPress dashboard. You can reset the theme to the default theme by going to the phpMyAdmin. The default theme for latest versions of WordPress is ‘twentyten’. Make sure that the theme is existing in your account at: /wp-content/themes/ If theme is there, you can run the below query to reset the theme to ‘twentyten’: UPDATE...

September 25th, 2011 by Sudheer 

Reset the plugins in WordPress

There are 2 methods de-activate the plugins. One is by going to the WordPress dashboard and another one is through phpMyAdmin. How to de-activate all the plugins through Dashboard: 1. Log into your WordPress dashboard. 2. Click on ‘Plugins’ 3. Check the box located near to ‘Plugin’ which will select all the plugins. 4. Select ‘Deactivate’ under ‘Bulk Options’...

September 25th, 2011 by Sudheer 

WordPress Going to Installation Page

If the MySQL user exceeds the database query limit, then the WordPress website will be redirected to the installation page. This setting is in place to ensure that the MySQL database cannot be overloaded with to many query requests. The queries will reset every hour and is kept by user; however every time the pages on your website are accessed you are still attempting to make queries to the database...

June 12th, 2011 by Sudheer 

Enabling the Permalinks in WordPress

Enabling the Permalinks in WordPress 1. Log into your WordPress Admin Panel. 2. Click on
January 17th, 2011 by Sudheer