Maintenance page stuck after Update

Maintenance page stuck after Update

Stuck in WordPress Maintenance Mode? I had a strange thing happen the other day with WordPress – as per usual I did updates on my plugins and BOOM – suddenly I was locked out of my WordPress. Basically nothing I did worked – Refreshing the browser still showed the ” Briefly unavailable for scheduled maintenance. […]

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No more going slow – disable xmlrpc in wordpress

No more going slow – disable xmlrpc in wordpress

Stop xmlrpc attacks for good! Don’t let your wordpress website be bogged down by ping-backs and xml request.  If you are the only one accessing your website , there should be no reason for xmlrpc to be active. WordPress sets it as default on installation but it is real easy to disable. Step 1. Blocking XML-RPC […]

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What is a 403 error code?

What is a 403 error code?

A web server may return an HTTP 403 Forbidden status in response to a request from a client for a web page or it may indicate that the server can be reached and process the request but refuses to take any further action. HTTP status code 403 responses are the result of the web server being configured to deny access to the requested resource by the client. […]

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WordPress AMP Plugin

WordPress AMP Plugin

This plugin adds support for the Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) Project, which is an an open source initiative that aims to provide mobile optimized content that can load instantly everywhere. With the plugin active, all posts on your site will have dynamically generated AMP-compatible versions, accessible by appending /amp/ to the end your post URLs. For example, if your […]

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Block XML-RPC Attacks using CSF Firewall

Block XML-RPC Attacks using CSF Firewall

Block XML-RPC Attacks Important: this method seems to be no longer working on latest CSF and CentOS versions. If you decide to proceed it’s not guarantteed that this may stop XML-RCP attacks on your server. There is another server-side method (found at ConfigServer Forums) to block XML-RPC attacks using your server firewall. In this case, we will […]

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How to Disable XML-RPC in WordPress 3.5

How to Disable XML-RPC in WordPress 3.5

Disable XML-RPC in WordPress 3.5 All you have to do is paste the following code in a site-specific plugin or your theme functions file: 1 add_filter(‘xmlrpc_enabled’, ‘__return_false’); Alternatively, you can just install the plugin called Disable XML-RPC. All you have to do is activate it. It does the exact same thing as the code above.

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cPanel Features List

cPanel Features List

Server Statistics You can monitor your Websites data usage… Domain & Sub-Domain Management Bandwidth Usage Website Overview Logaholic File Management Disk Space Usage Custom Errors Pages – 404, 401, 503 and more Database Administration Install CMS platforms or build custom applications that require a database. MySQL 4, 5 with phpMyAdmin Remote MySQL Control Email Management […]

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