How to move WordPress pages to the Domain Root

I have a WordPress blog on pcelarstvopejcic.com/blog and a few pages that I would like to move to the domain document root, so that: pcelarstvopejcic.com/blog/contact becomes pcelarstvopejcic.com/contact pcelarstvopejcic.com/blog/shop becomes pcelarstvopejcic.com/shop So this way I only have one WP installation and blog posts would be accessible via pcelarstvopejcic.com/blog/POST and pages in pcelarstvopejcic.com/PAGE To do this, edit … Read more

FoxAuto WordPress malware

The AnonymousFox Hack guide by Sucuri misses a huge step in cleaning a hacked WordPress website, and that step is: removing the cronjobs While removing AnonymousFox malware from a website I noticed the following cron: It downloads a script from http://hello.hahaha666.xyz/xxxd and runs it, the script is: It creates a new folder css and replaces … Read more

How to access WordPress using temporary server URL

We occasionally find ourselves in a situation where we need to test the website first, then point the domain name if everything is in order. To achieve this there are multiple ways: Edit Hosts file on your local computer Use online service such as skipDNS Access WordPress using temporary server URL In this guide We … Read more

How to find and create the .htaccess file

.htaccess is a hidden text file that contains additional configuration for websites hosted on Apache (and LiteSpeed) server. With .htaccess file you can create redirects, password-protect directories, block IPs and much more. For some examples on .htaccess files make sure to check this .htaccess Cheatsheet. How to find the .htaccess file On cPanel after you … Read more

✅ How to Increase Maximum Upload File Size in WordPress [SOLVED]

Here is How to Increase Maximum Upload File Size in WordPress: Increase Maximum Upload File Size using the .htaccess file Change the numbers to the values that you need: Increase Maximum Upload File Size using wp-config.php Open up your wp-config.php file and add the following code inside: Increase Maximum Upload File Size in WordPress using … Read more

Why is ?doing_wp_cron being added to my URLs

WordPress background processing tasks such as publishing scheduled posts, backups or auto-updates may append ?doing_wp_cron to your URLs. Most common plugins that cause this issue are: All-In-One WP Migration and UpDraftPlus Backups. Disable doing_wp_cron in URL using wp-config.php To remove ?doing_wp_cron from URLs using the wp-config.php file simply edit the file and remove the line containing: Disable … Read more