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How to setup WordPress in multiple servers

Many web hosts now guarantee 99.9% uptime for their services, but that still allows up to 8.7 hours of downtime a year.

That is not a risk many companies can afford to take. For eg. Sports news websites that fail right in the middle of a superbowl may lose their loyal followers. (more…)

What is WordPress Multisite? How to make WordPress Multisite

For business with hundreds of WordPress websites, managing each one independently is a tedious task.

That’s where WordPress Multisite can make a difference.

At Bobcares, we receive many requests  to setup WordPress Multisite as a part of our Outsourced Tech Support for web hosting providers. (more…)

5 reasons for WordPress “error moving to trash” and how to fix them

WordPress is a commonly used CMS by website owners. WordPress is easy to manage and customer friendly, but it comes with its share of errors and hiccups.

One such error reported in WordPress site management is “Error moving to trash”, when site owners try to delete posts or pages via WordPress admin interface.

At Bobcares, resolving website errors for account owners is a major task we perform as part of our Dedicated Support Services.

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How to fix “406 not acceptable” WordPress error

WordPress is the most popular website platform (32% of the internet on the last count), precisely because it is easy to manage.

But at times, due to certain web server restrictions, an attempt to update the site can result in the “406 Not acceptable error”.

And when website owners do not have a clue on why this error happens, they hit the panic button. (more…)

Why should you setup SMTP in WordPress? How can you do it?

WordPress uses a PHP function called “mail()” to send emails from contact forms, blog comments and store orders.

This functions well in most sites, but in some server configurations, this default mode of mail configuration won’t work.

That is where setting up SMTP in WordPress can come to your rescue. (more…)

How to fix WordPress permalinks – Top 5 causes and solutions

WordPress is a great way to build websites.

But as the app is database driven, the default URL structure is a long string of id numbers like: example.com/post.php?id=91824, which is not user-friendly.

To make links look pretty and SEO friendly, WordPress has a built-in feature called Permalinks.

When the URL structure is changed, WordPress updates a file called .htaccess and changes site settings. Usually this works well, but sometimes this fail. (more…)

5 quick fixes for ‘failed to write file to disk WordPress error’

You try to make an urgent update to your site, but it fails. Nothing can be more annoying for website owners than getting errors during site management.

Majority websites are based on CMS software. WordPress is one commonly configured CMS for websites. It comes with its share of errors too.

In our role as Outsourced Tech Support services for web hosts, WordPress errors are a commonly resolved issue for customers who report website issues.

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Quickly fix WordPress 404 error in websites

Quickly fix WordPress 404 error in websites

WordPress is a commonly used and easily manageable CMS software for websites. But a simple configuration error can end up breaking the website.

404 error usually happens in websites when there is a broken link or missing page in it. A website with broken links would not appeal to the visitors and you’d lose business. (more…)

How to fix email error ‘SMTP connect() failed’ in WordPress sites

How to fix email error ‘SMTP connect() failed’ in WordPress sites

WordPress is the most widely used CMS for websites. Sending out mails from WordPress is required in scenarios such as contact form submissions or password resets.

‘SMTP connect() failed‘ is a commonly encountered error in WordPress, due to which emails fail to be send from your WordPress site.

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