How to Fix the Error “Another Update in Progress” in WordPress

     Do you get the error “Another update currently in progress” on your WordPress website? This error can prevent you from updating WordPress. Usually, it should go away automatically after some time. If it doesn’t, there is an easy fix for that. This article will show you how to fix the error “Another … Continue reading “How to Fix the Error “Another Update in Progress” in WordPress”

How to Stop a DDoS Attack on WordPress Website

WordPress is the most used and popular Content Management System. The WordPress core system is very secure and reliable, and many popular websites are built on top of it. Its flexible plugin system can extend almost every possible feature to the core. But no matter how robust your structure is, there are intruders out there … Continue reading “How to Stop a DDoS Attack on WordPress Website”

3 Ways to Change the WordPress Database Table Prefix

    WordPress is the strongest candidate out there when we talk about website builders. It provides almost every feature to build a professional and safe website. Every action in WordPress is interlinked with the database: Therefore, we need a secure connection to the database to keep hackers away from our valuable site data. Even … Continue reading “3 Ways to Change the WordPress Database Table Prefix”

How to Easily Move Your Website from WordPress.com to WordPress.org

    Do you plan to move your blog from WordPress.com to a self-hosted website that you can get from WordPress.org? For many users, this is a good choice. Did you know that WordPress.com and WordPress.org are, in fact, two different platforms? Do you want to know which option is the better choice for your needs? … Continue reading “How to Easily Move Your Website from WordPress.com to WordPress.org”

How to Change WordPress Table Prefix of mySQL Database

If you like to change the WordPress table prefix of the database on an existing WordPress website, you can use the following SQL query, where you have to update the header and the SET properties to your needs: database name oldprefix_ newprefix_ This is the SQL query: SET @database = “databasename”; SET @oldprefix = “oldprefix_”; … Continue reading “How to Change WordPress Table Prefix of mySQL Database”

How to Migrate WordPress to a New Server (Step-By-Step-Guide)

WordPress website migration can be a daunting and stressful task, especially when you don’t know how to tackle it without complications. There might be some people who hire a professional to transfer their site to a new host—or looking for a hosting provider that offers free migration services with their hosting package. However, if you’ve … Continue reading “How to Migrate WordPress to a New Server (Step-By-Step-Guide)”

How to Backup WordPress Website Manually using cPanel

I’m sure you love your website and can’t afford to lose it. Every website can get hacked or attacked by malicious software. Especially, WordPress websites are a lucrative target for attackers. There are more than 200 million WordPress sites reachable, and more than 14.7% of the world’s Top 100 Websites are based on WordPress. (At … Continue reading “How to Backup WordPress Website Manually using cPanel”

How to Reduce and Lower the Size of a WordPress Website

If you are on a web server with limited capacities and not much free available disk space, you have several options to reduce your WordPress site’s size. If you are going to clone your website with WP Staging, you can choose the options below to lower your file system’s size. How to Free Up Disk … Continue reading “How to Reduce and Lower the Size of a WordPress Website”

How to Hide or Remove the WordPress Admin Bar Effectively

The WordPress admin bar is a toolbar on top of your WordPress website that shows more or less useful information when you are logged in. Learn how to hide it for your users. The admin bar is visible in the backend all the time, but additionally, to that, it is also visible at the front … Continue reading “How to Hide or Remove the WordPress Admin Bar Effectively”