WordPress is the most popular content management system in the world. It is being used by millions of websites on the internet. Because of this, WordPress is a highly valuable target for hackers. WordPress has built-in security features, but you can further protect your WordPress-built website by creating .htaccess files in certain directories of your WordPress installation folder and writing in them some code snippets. This tutorial is for websites that installed WordPress in a subdirectory.
Buying books from the internet for the first time can both be a daunting and rewarding experience. Will I get the right books? Will they look good? When will they arrive? You will be asking yourself a lot of questions even before you have actually ordered the books. And when you actually get your hands on the books, the feeling can be a bit surreal: the thing that you saw on your computer is now in your hands!
By default, WordPress allows you to publish two types of articles: Posts and Pages. When you write a typical article, you usually publish it as a “post”. When you publish contents about your website — like your website’s “About Us” or “Contact Us” page — you publish it as a “page”. If you use WordPress for a blog, it is the Posts that will be shown in your articles list, not the Pages. But what if you want another type of content for your website? You will need to create a custom post type.
The default WordPress cron (wp-cron.php) handles automated tasks for websites built with WordPress. This type of cron is only triggered if somebody visits your website. So, for example, if you scheduled a post and you did not install any post-scheduling plugin, your post might not be published on time if nobody visits your website at your scheduled time. And if your website has a lot of automated features and it receives lots of traffic, there will also be a lot of calls to the wp-cron.php file, which can have an impact on your web server resources. This tutorial will teach you how to use Cron Jobs, which is available in cPanel, instead of the default WordPress cron.
Session lifetime refers to the length of time you spend logged in to a website. If you are new to Joomla, you will notice that you are logged out after some minutes of inactivity on your Joomla-built website. This is controlled by Joomla’s session settings. In this tutorial, you will learn how to change session lifetime in Joomla 3.
This tutorial will show you how to install Drupal on an Ubuntu 18.04 computer. As of writing this article, the latest version of Drupal is 8.7.7.
This tutorial will walk you through migrating the contents of a WordPress-built website to Drupal 8.
This tutorial will show you how to install Joomla on a Ubuntu 18.04 computer. As of writing this article, the latest version of Joomla is 3.9.11.
This tutorial will show you how to install Nemo File Manager also known as Nautilus file manager on an Ubuntu 18.04 computer.
This tutorial will show you how to disable the selection of text and force the highlighting of text with the use of CSS.