By default, any links you have in your WordPress comment section have nofollow attribute. Removing nofollow attribute from links in comment section would encourage your visitors to post comments. That is because it provides backlinks to their websites. Would you remove nofollow attribute from links in comments? If the answer is yes, this tutorial is for you. This tutorial will show you how to do this without install a WordPress plugin.[Continue Reading…]
You created an AWS virtual server instance and installed WordPress on it. Your WordPress site is public on the internet. You still need to manage your server such as adding a free SSL certificate to your website.
In this article, I show you how you can access to your server to manage it using a SSH client. We are going to use PuTTY.
Step 1: Download PuTTY
Step 2: Install and Open PuTTY program[Continue Reading…]
What is WordPress Plugin? A WordPress plugin is a piece of software that contains functions that can be added to your WordPress easily to enhance and customize your WordPress site.
After you installed your WordPress, you can search for a WordPress plugin to add to your website. There are thousands WordPress plugin available in the official WordPress Plugin directory. You can search for the one that you want to add. This instruction will show you 2 ways to add those plugin to your WordPress site.
Method 1: Install WordPress plugin inside the WordPress admin area.[Continue Reading…]
You work hard to make sure every link on your website is accessible and working. However, there is still a chance that your visitors click on a non-exist link on your website and come to the 404 Error page not found page
Your visitors get lost and exit your website. Your visitors didn’t find what they want and you lost visitors.
Instead of presenting a default 404 Error page not found or none at all (if your theme does not have one), it is better to customize your 404 Error page to provide your visitors useful information. Ultimately, this will reduce your bounce rate.[Continue Reading…]
For any reason, you can’t access to your WordPress admin dashboard and you can’t reset your password using the WordPress UI interface. You lose control your WordPress site.
In this article, we will show you, how you can reset your WordPress password using phpMyAdmin interface. The steps are quick and easy to follow:
Step 1: Login to your phpMyAdmin dashboard
Step 2: Click on your WordPress database -> wp_users ->click on edit (the row with your WordPress username)
Step 3: In the user_pass, change the function to MD5 and the value to your new password, then click Go
Now you should be able to login to your WordPress using your new password.