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WordPress Manager - Script 26 Not Found

A client has reported that the following errors show when trying to install a WordPress installation via the WordPress Manager in our client area... Script '26' Not Found To resolve the issue, you can switch the cPanel account you are trying this ...

How do I enable Cloudflare for my websites?

Step 1: Sign up for a Cloudflare Account Open your preferred web browser and navigate to the Cloudflare website (https://www.cloudflare.com). Click on the "Sign Up" button to create a new account. Follow the registration process, providing the req...

How to Clone a WordPress website between cPanel accounts using WP Toolkit

Before we can clone a WordPress site we need to make sure that the site we want to clone exists in the WP Toolkit and that the destination exists. Add site to WP Toolkit Navigate to the cPanel account of the site you want to clone and head to WP T...

How to Optimize Your WordPress Database

As your WordPress site grows, your database also expands. This growth includes previous versions of posts and pages, user accounts, and other 'transient' data. Over time, this extra data can slow down your site. Regularly cleaning your database ca...

How to use SVGs in WordPress

SVG (Scalable Vector Graphics) is an XML-based vector image format that offers several benefits over traditional graphics formats like JPG or PNG. SVGs are scalable, meaning they can be resized without loss in quality or pixelation. Additionally, ...

WordPress - My site is showing a maintenance page. How do I disable it?

As part of its automatic update system, WordPress has a built-in maintenance mode that it activates whenever you update your software, themes, or plugins from the WordPress dashboard. You can see a message addressing this in the WordPress update i...

Enable Object Caching with Redis using LSCache

Please note, that Redis is only available on our cPanel plans The first thing to do is to navigate to Redis in cPanel: Once within the Redis tool, enable it for your account: Once enabled, copy the Redis socket path displayed in your cPanel accoun...

How do I install and enable Litespeed Cache?

LSCWP essentially has two purposes: a full-page cache for your site’s dynamically-generated pages and a site-optimization plugin. Most people who install LSCache do so for the caching functions, and the rest is just the icing on the cake. Please ...

How to view enable and view errors on a WordPress installation (WP_DEBUG)

When adding custom code such as PHP or JavaScript, there are times when you may need to find any possible errors in your code. When enabled, WordPress debug will log any errors detected on your site. This can be key to finding the source of an iss...

What are 'mixed content' errors and how do I resolve them?

What are 'Mixed Content' Errors? 'Mixed Content' errors occur when a secure HTTPS webpage is trying to load resources, such as images, videos, stylesheets or scripts, over an insecure HTTP connection. This can pose a security risk as the insecure ...

PHP 500 Errors and How to Resolve Them

PHP 500 errors, also known as "Internal Server Errors," can be a common occurrence when working with web applications. These errors are typically not server-related issues but are usually caused by issues within the code of the application. This g...

How to create a WordPress Staging Site with Softaculous

Staging environments are crucial for website development and maintenance. They provide a safe space where you can test changes and updates without affecting your live website. This guide will walk you through how to create and manage a WordPress s...

How to Configure WordPress to use SMTP for Sending Emails

Sending emails from WordPress is a crucial function that powers everything from admin notifications to password resets. By default, WordPress uses the PHP mail function to send emails. However, this method is not always reliable and can result in ...

Installing a WordPress Plugin via FTP

While WordPress's built-in plugin installer is convenient, some situations may require you to install a plugin manually via FTP. This could be the case for premium, large, or custom WordPress plugins. This guide will walk you through the process o...

Resolving the "Unable to Create Directory" Error in WordPress

In WordPress, the "Unable to create directory" error is a common issue that can occur when you're trying to upload images, update themes or plugins, or install WordPress. This error is typically caused by incorrect file permissions, an incorrect f...

How to Reset your WordPress Permalinks

Log in to the WordPress Dashboard. In the navigation menu click Settings, then click Permalinks. You will then be on the WordPress Permalinks Settings page. Notice what setting you have selected, options are Plain, Day and name, Month and name, Nu...

Resetting Your WordPress Admin Password: A Comprehensive Guide

At times, you may find yourself locked out of your WordPress admin account. Whether you've forgotten your password or need to change it for security reasons, this guide will walk you through three different methods to reset your WordPress admin pa...

Enhancing WordPress Performance: Disabling WP-Cron for Faster Load Times

WordPress is a powerful platform, but like any software, it requires regular maintenance to perform optimally. One such maintenance task involves cron jobs, which are scheduled tasks that WordPress uses to perform various functions. However, the d...

Forcing HTTPS:// Redirection for Your Website

There are several methods to force HTTPS:// on your website, depending on your setup and preferences. Here are three commonly used approaches: Using a WordPress Plugin (Really Simple SSL): In your WordPress Dashboard, go to the Plugins section. Cl...

How do I use Redis Object Caching on my WordPress site if I don't use LSCache?

Litespeed Cache is strongly recommended as an alternative to other caching plugins and has been benchmarked to offer far superior performance due to its native ability to work with our Litespeed Enterprise web servers. However, if you are using an...

Imunify360 Password Compromise

Safeguarding your WordPress website is paramount in the ever-evolving landscape of cybersecurity threats. One of the most common vulnerabilities is password compromise, often resulting from brute force attacks, dictionary attacks, or other malicio...