Category: Tutorials

Stop Safari browser from unzipping files

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A common support question is…

I’m trying to install my wordpress plugin addons zip file but when I download the file I end up with a php file instead of the zip file.
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It relates to your Safari browser settings and the fix is easy.


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Batch delete custom fields from your WordPress pages and posts

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In new WordPress installations it’s normal to test a bunch of plugins during the initial website setup also, if you run your WordPress website for a few years you probably have installed and tested a ton of plugins that you are not using anymore and have since then deleted or deactivated. That’s all fine, the issue is that most of the plugins do not delete their posts and pages meta_keys.


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How to improve your WordPress Google Rank

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Yesterday we posted an article in our Joomla website that applies to wordpress. 3 easy rules that over time will boost your visits and wordpress hits.


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How to edit WordPress native Meta Widget?

With the WordPress native Meta Widget users can register and login into your website. Unfortunately the widget backend as no options to remove your website RSS link, your website comments RSS link and the WordPress link. For a login / register widget all those links are overkill and they extend a sidebar menu that is supposed to be short.


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How-to remove the website link from wordpress native comments

There are several tutorials and forum posts regarding this issue, we will try to keep it simple and short, less reading same results.


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How to secure your wordpress wp-config file

Alongside with the usual intrusions or hacks to your wordpress wp-login file and your admin folder is a neglected file of the out-most importance, the wp-config file.

To secure and protect your admin folder and wp-login file, please refer to this post.


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How to protect your wordpress admin page

There are several plugins that do the job but they actually put load and can create conflicts in your wordpress website.

“We find that the best, with less strain or website conflicts and most secure way of protecting your website is by restricting the admin access by means of IP and using server files instead of website plugins.”

How to achieve this?


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WordPress always show admin toolbar in frontend

Many users ask how can they show the wordpress admin toolbar for all users, even the one’s not registered.

The easy fast fix for this is to first check your header.php file, make sure the below code exists right before the ending head tag:


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