WordPress Errors

Sorry, this file type is not permitted error

Resolving the “Sorry, This File Type is Not Permitted for Security Reasons” Error

8 Min Read

You’ve got your file ready to jazz up your site, only to be met with the “Sorry, This File Type Is Not Permitted for Security Reasons” error. No, your site isn’t under attack, nor does it mean your file is malicious. This roadblock is WordPress’s built-in safeguard, keeping a tight leash on what gets uploaded to ensure your site remains…

WordPress Website Hacked

Your WordPress Site Has Been Hacked: How to Know and What to Do

29 Min Read

A website being hacked is a major concern for every site owner. Despite WordPress being a robust platform, no site is completely immune to security threats, particularly if appropriate safeguards haven’t been put in place. However, if your WordPress site has fallen victim to a hack and the damage has been inflicted, don’t worry. There are several strategies you can…

A Comprehensive Guide on xmlrpc.php in WordPress and How to Disable It

A Comprehensive Guide on xmlrpc.php in WordPress and How to Disable It

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Xmlrpc.php was a groundbreaking solution. It facilitated remote communication with your WordPress site. This means you could manage your site from afar, using various apps or services. Imagine posting a blog from a smartphone app or integrating your site with other web applications – that’s the magic xmlrpc.php brought to the table. As with any open door in technology, it…

WrodPress Not Sending Emails

Resolving the WordPress Not Sending Emails Issue

27 Min Read

When you find yourself tangled up in the frustrating issue where WordPress isn’t sending emails correctly, or worse, not at all, it’s easy to feel stuck. This problem can manifest in various ways, from missing notifications and password reset emails to order confirmations if you’re running an eCommerce site with WooCommerce. It’s crucial to note that most WordPress hosting services…

WordPress White Screen of Death. A computer with a white screen with the WordPress logo on top of the screen.

How to Fix the WordPress White Screen of Death

19 Min Read

The WordPress White Screen of Death (WSOD) is a critical error that manifests as a blank, white screen when attempting to access a WordPress site, and it comes with no error message to hint at what might have gone wrong. This issue can affect your entire website or be isolated to specific sections, such as the WordPress admin dashboard, complicating…

WordPress stuck in maintenance mode

Fixing WordPress Stuck in Maintenance Mode

8 Min Read

Imagine you’re updating your WordPress site, eagerly waiting for new features or security fixes to be applied. But instead of a successful update message, your site seems to freeze in time, displaying a message that it’s in maintenance mode and leaving your visitors unable to access your content. This scenario is more common than you might think and can cause…

Elementor not loading error

Resolving the Elementor Not Loading Error

18 Min Read

Using a page builder like Elementor can significantly simplify your design process, making it easier to create beautiful, responsive sites without needing to write a line of code. However, it’s not always smooth sailing. One common error users might encounter is the “Elementor not loading” error. This issue can halt your progress, presenting a frustrating screen where the Elementor editor…

The image visualizes the 'Uncaught TypeError: $ is not a function' error in a web development context, particularly with jQuery. It abstractly depicts the '$' symbol, representing jQuery, amidst a digital landscape of code where it appears disconnected or mismatched, symbolizing the miscommunication within the WordPress environment. This scene is surrounded by elements that suggest HTML document traversing, event handling, animating, and Ajax interactions, all affected by the error.

How to Fix the ‘Uncaught TypeError: $ Is Not a Function’ Error in WordPress

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Ah, the classic “Uncaught TypeError: $ is not a function” error in WordPress. If you’ve dipped your toes into the waters of WordPress site development, you might have stumbled upon this error. It’s like trying to start your car in the morning only to realize it won’t turn over because you’re using the wrong key. In WordPress, jQuery is that…

The image has been crafted to embody the WordPress error message "Are you sure you want to do this? Please try again," symbolizing the uncertainty and necessity for meticulous troubleshooting within the WordPress environment. It abstractly depicts a digital figure at a crossroads, faced with various paths that represent different potential issues and tasks, such as PHP problems, security concerns, and permissions issues. This visual metaphor, set against a digital color palette, aims to convey the complexity and caution required in navigating WordPress tasks

How to Fix the “WordPress: Are You Sure You Want to Do This? Please Try Again” Error

6 Min Read

When WordPress gives you the unhelpful, “Are you sure you want to do this? Please try again.” error, it can feel like you’re being taunted with a riddle rather than presented with a clear-cut issue. This cryptic message gives no clues, no starting point, and certainly no solutions at first glance. Yet, it’s a common issue many users face, appearing…

Installation Failed Destination Folder Already Exists

Resolving the Installation Failed: Destination Folder Already Exists Error

11 Min Read

When you’re updating a website, plugin, or theme on WordPress, encountering the “Installation failed: Destination folder already exists” error can be a real momentum killer. This error often leaves many scratching their heads, wondering what went wrong when everything seemed to be going smoothly. So, let’s break down this error, explore its origins, and, most importantly, find ways to resolve…

Visually conveys the issue of WordPress facing the 'missing a temporary folder' error due to PHP configuration problems. It creatively represents the WordPress platform as a train halted in its tracks, surrounded by symbols of halted uploads and updates, highlighting the importance of the temporary folder for WordPress operations.

Resolving the WordPress “Missing a Temporary Folder” Error

6 Min Read

Encountering the “Missing a Temporary Folder” error in WordPress can throw a wrench in your website management routine. Suddenly, you’re stopped in your tracks from uploading images, updating themes and plugins, or refreshing the WordPress core. Let’s go over what this error means, why it happens, and how you can resolve it to get back to smoothly running your site….

Image of a server with the error message "Failed to write to disk"

How to Resolve the Upload: Failed to Write File to Disk Error in WordPress

10 Min Read

Running into an error when you’re updating your WordPress site can disrupt your work day, especially when you’re trying to upload new content and you see the dreaded “Failed to Write File to Disk” error. This issue stops you in your tracks, preventing you from uploading images, themes, plugins, or any other files to your website. Understanding what this error…