How to Identify if My WordPress Website is Hacked - How to Identify if My WordPress Website is Hacked?

How to Identify if My WordPress Website is Hacked?

This is one of the most-asked questions that I get emailed from people that read some posts from my Types of WordPress Malware Attacks and What They Do series. 99% of the time website owners are the last ones to find out that their WordPress websites are hacked, after visitors, Google, website scanners, and their … Read more

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Fatal error: Uncaught Error: Call to undefined function wp_check_php_mysql_versions()

WordPress website was broken and inside the error_log file the following error was repeatedly printed: Fatal error: Uncaught Error: Call to undefined function wp_check_php_mysql_versions() This fatal error indicates that WordPress was unable to check server configuration: PHP and MySQL versions. In 99% of the time, the error is caused by missing or modified WP core … Read more

How to fix WordPress admin login page refreshing and redirecting Issue - How to fix WordPress admin login page refreshing and redirecting Issue

How to fix WordPress admin login page refreshing and redirecting Issue

Even when the user name and password are typed correctly, WordPress will sometimes refresh the page and redirect the user or administrator back to the login screen. In this article, you will learn how to fix WordPress admin login page refreshing and redirecting issues. The WordPress login page redirecting back to the login page problem can occur … Read more

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WordPress MySQL Version Usage Statistics UPDATED

As of 2021, the vast majority of WordPress websites are using MySQL version 5.6 or higher because WordPress has required at least MySQL version 5.6 since version 4.4, released in 2015. Newer MySQL versions are not yet widely adopted, as some users may be using older hosting environments that do not support them, or they … Read more

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How to Rename wp-login.php

It is generally not recommended to rename the wp-login.php file in a WordPress installation as this can cause issues with the WordPress site and may make it difficult or impossible to log in to the WordPress administration panel. However, if you still want to rename the wp-login.php file, you can do so by following these … Read more

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Disable WordPress Comments

There are several ways to disable comments in WordPress: From the WordPress administration panel This will disable comments on all new posts and pages. If you want to disable comments on existing posts and pages, you can do so by editing each post or page and unchecking the “Allow comments” option. Using a plugin There … Read more

WordPress Recently Active Plugins - WordPress Recently Active Plugins

WordPress Recently Active Plugins

How does WordPress’s Recently Active Plugins list work? Recently Active lists inactive plugins that have been deactivated in the last 7 days. In wp-admin/plugins.php line 212 the option “recently_activated” gets updated if a plugin is deactivated: so the data is stored in the database table wp_options > recently_activated The option contains an associative array containing the path … Read more

wordpress php usage statistics - WordPress PHP Version Usage Statistics UPDATED

WordPress PHP Version Usage Statistics UPDATED

PHP versions prior to PHP 7.4 are end-of-life (EOL), meaning they no longer receive updates. Because of this, your site may be exposed to security vulnerabilities. It’s not just the security implications though of running an older PHP version, it’s the performance impact as well. According to PHPBenchmarks, PHP 5.6 is at least 48% slower than … Read more

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WordPress Missed Schedule Error

WordPress Missed Schedule error means that the Scheduled post was not published for some reason: There are a few possible reasons for the WordPress Missed Schedule Error: 12.12.2022 UPDATE: There is a bug in WordPress 6.1 that causes this error WordPress Timezone Settings WordPress Timezone Settings are located under Settings → General From there, make … Read more

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WordPress blog hosting compared ✍️

I wrote this simple guide knowing that hosting your WordPress site is an important decision and choosing the wrong hosting company can harm your site in many different ways. In what ways? Well, website speed is a crucial element these days when it comes to how Google sees your website. WordPress site is slow to … Read more