The WordPress White Screen of Death (WSoD) is arguably one of the most infuriating errors on the platform. Getting no indication of what has happened means you have to put in the work to find a fix. The error is also one that can cause some panic and anxiety. While you have the error, your site will be out of commission. Because of this, you need to work quickly and methodically to put everything right again. Fortunately, that’s where this tutorial comes in.
WordPress is a powerful content management system (CMS) that lets you install plugins, themes, and various types of media. However, when you install WordPress using your preferred web host, the default settings will put limits on the size of what you can upload. So, you may wonder how you can modify WordPress to increase upload size. In this post, we’ll discuss some of the main reasons you may want to configure WordPress to increase upload size. Then, we’ll show you four ways to do it. Let’s get started!
The special occasion is that the lead organizers of WordCamp Europe 2024 recently announced the teams that will help make next year’s event happen. This news made us curious about what’s behind the scenes in organizing such a big event.
Black Friday (2023) is this rare, once-a-year opportunity to take advantage of some sweet discounts and grab yourself something nice for a fraction of the price. Or, in this case, grab your website something nice. After all, it’s WordPress Black Friday deals that we’re all about here!
One of the great things about WordPress is that it lets you collaborate with other users on the back end of your site. You can assign different user roles based on tasks and responsibilities. However, if you’re new to the system, you might wonder what WordPress user permissions come with each role. In this post, we’ll start with a general discussion of WordPress user roles and deep dive into the WordPress user permissions associated with each of the six main roles.
If you encounter the WordPress 403 Forbidden error, you might not be able to log in to the back end of your site or access a specific page. This can be frustrating and prevent you from getting important work done.
An interactive homepage can make your website more engaging and help you stand out from your competitors. However, designing an interactive page can be difficult when you lack design or coding skills. Fortunately, there are tons of ways for beginners to create homepages that prompt visitors to do something (interactivity). You can add contact forms, user-generated content, fun quizzes, polls, and many other interactive elements.
This is the November 2023 edition of “This Month in WordPress with CodeinWP.” Over the past 30 days or so, there was plenty to talk about, with debate over the Ollie theme’s onboarding process, a new website showcase at WordPress.org, WordPress 6.4 release candidates, live previews for plugins at WordPress.org, and lots more.
Some of the potential causes behind a 503 service unavailable are technical issues at the server level and problems with plugins. You can troubleshoot these issues on your own without having to reach out to a developer or your web host if you’re willing to do a bit of digging.
Not long ago, we published this piece of news announcing that CodeinWP has a new WordPress theme under its wing. The theme is called Jadro and is one of the best full-site editing themes on the market – if you ask us. Jadro’s story inspired us to do an interview with Manesh Timilsina – the leader of the theme development – and ask him a few questions about the project.