WordPress Website Common Tasks

WordPress Website Common Tasks

After you install WordPress in Linux Hosting, you can start building your website. Below are the most common tasks you should complete, with links to articles and videos that will take you through these tasks step by step. Pick The Template WordPress uses themes to define the look and feel of your site. A theme is installed and active by…

Unable to Sign in to WordPress?

If you are unable to access your WordPress dashboard, or unable to receive a password reset email, then you may need to take additional steps to gain access. To reset, change, delete, or create a user in WordPress yourself, use the methods below to find the scenario that’s applicable and follow those instructions. Update WordPress Password There are several ways…

How to Add Different Layout Blocks in WordPress

How to Add Different Layout Blocks in WordPress

There are many layout element blocks available in the WordPress editor, from Buttons to Spacer, that can help create visually impactful pages and posts. They can be found in the Add block menu in the Layout Elements section. Let’s find out how to add a generic block in WordPress. Open the block editor or click on the add post button….

Remove WordPress Comments

Removing WordPress Comments using SQL Queries

WordPress comments can take up a lot of space and slow down your website’s load time. Here are the various database queries to remove bulk comments directly from the database. First, log into phpMyAdmin. Then select the database of your WordPress site in the left-hand column. Click the SQL tab and enter the following queries 1. Removing WordPress comments from a specific…

How to Customize a Theme in WordPress

How to Customize a Theme in WordPress

There are many free and paid themes available, but to get the perfect look, you may need to make some minor changes to the appearance of your theme. You may also need some minor content updates. Here are the changes that can be performed to customize a theme in WordPress. 1. Customize theme settings in WordPress You can make minor…

Redirect a WordPress Website to HTTPS

How to Redirect a WordPress Website to HTTPS for Linux Hosting

After installing an SSL certificate on your Linux Hosting account, there are some modifications you’ll need to make to.htaccess file to automatically redirect visitors to the HTTPS version of a WordPress website.  Note: These instructions don’t apply to Managed WordPress accounts with an SSL certificate as it automatically takes care of HTTPS redirection after installing the certificate. Log into your WordPress Dashboard. Hover over Settings on…

How to Enable WordPress Multisites | Hosting Column

How to Enable WordPress Multisites

WordPress offers a feature called Multisite that lets you host multiple WordPress blogs with one WordPress installation. This feature was formerly called WordPress Multi-User (MU). Enabling this feature requires an advanced level of understanding of configuring WordPress, and it is not recommended to enable it unless you are comfortable editing your wp-config.php file. Note: You must have WordPress 3.0 or higher to enable…