• FileZilla SFTP Secure FTP

    Connect via SFTP with FileZilla

    This guide shows you how to connect to an FTP Server with FileZilla using the secure SFTP protocol. SFTP “Secure File Transfer Protocol” is the FTP version with which you can safely manage your web files.

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  • Disable WordPress XMLRPC

    Disable WordPress XMLRPC

    In this post we analyze precisely the “when” and “why” to disable XMLRPC and how to do it efficiently. Remote access to WordPress using XMLRPC has been made easy for many years. Sending HTTP requests to xmlrpc.php allows you to send commands to WordPress and manage its content without login into the desktop. However, XMLRPC […]

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  • Increase php memory limit

    How can I Increase the WordPress Memory Limit

    In this article, you’ll learn how to increase the WordPress memory limit. When your WordPress page requires more memory than the default allocated memory, you get to see in your logs a message that looks similar to this one:

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  • change the Domain Name of your WordPress site

    How to change the Domain Name of a WordPress site

    Goal: Change the Domain Name of your wetopi WordPress site.Resources: 5 minutes of your time + 1 wetopi server (signup and get your free developer servers)

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  • How to clone WordPress to create a staging

    How to Clone a WordPress site with wetopi

    I have personally experienced the pain after updating plugins and WordPress core that my website just died. I’m sure you have seen the error 404, 502, 503, 504, unable to connect to the database, CSS file goes missing after an update. Trust me,  I have seen these an uncountable amount of times.  To counterattack this […]

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  • When to install WordPress Multisite

    How to decide When to use WordPress Multisite

    This Post is a compendium of Conditionals and a list of Good and Bad Parts, to definitively help you to decide when to use WordPress Multisite. If Multisite is for you

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  • How to disable WordPress cron

    How to disable WordPress cron

    WP-Cron executes specific tasks for WordPress sites.  The name Cron comes from the Unix/Linux service Cron, typically used to schedule commands or scripts. This post shows you how to disable the internal WordPress cron.

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  • How to install ioncube loader

    How to install ionCube Loader

    You can install ioncube to protect your php code against copy, ensuring nobody will be able to crack. The ionCube Encoder compiles source code to bytecode being able to obfuscate and encrypt compiled code. Once your PHP application is compiled with ioncube to bytecode, to run it you will have to install the ionCube Loader […]

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  • SSL Certificates in 1-click

    How to Install Let’s Encrypt SSL Certificate

    Goal: Install a Free Let’s Encrypt SSL HTTPS Certificate in wetopiResource required: 1 minute of your time + 1 wetopi server. (sign up and get your free development server now) Gone were the days where SSL certificate is only available to the selected few. With advancement in security requirement, now everyone can enjoy website security […]

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  • Knowledge Base

    How to launch a WordPress site in seconds?

    Goal:  Learn how you can launch a WordPress site in 20 seconds in wetopi. Resources: 5 minutes of your time + 1 wetopi server. (sign up and get your free development server)

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  • Migrate WordPress with Migrate Guru

    How to migrate to Wetopi with Migrate Guru plugin

    Migrate Guru is a free WordPress migration plugin. It simplifies website migration by moving your site in a way that requires minimal technical knowledge.

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  • How to run a Cron Job with WordPress

    Cron is a Linux server service that is typically used to schedule commands or scripts on a web server that runs in the background. A cron job is the task itself, which is used to schedule tasks at periodic fixed dates, times, or intervals. Typically these involve repetitive maintenance tasks that are automated to save […]

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  • WordPress Multisite with Subdirectories

    How to Setup WordPress Multisite with subdirectories

    This post will guide you on how to set up a WordPress Multisite with subdirectories so you can manage multiple sites under different paths. e.g. site.com/support/ and site.com/eu/ etc.

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  • WordPress Multisite with subdomains

    How to Setup WordPress Multisite with subdomains

    This post will help you to setup a WordPress Multisite with subdomains so we can manage multiple sites under different subdomains. e.g. support.mysite.com blog.mysite.com

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  • Knowledge Base

    PHP7 WordPress compatibility

    Goal: Test the PHP7 compatibility of your WordPress Site without troubling production. Resources: 1 minute of your time + 1 wetopi server. (sign up and get your free development server) The new PHP 7 revealed a huge impact on performance.And as we know, more speed, and less memory used means our WordPress site will be able […]

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  • Recover a backup from a different site

    This post shows you how to recover a backup from a site different than your current one.As a WordPress developer, webmaster, or designer, you probably manage multiple WordPress sites. Yes, it makes sense to have a bunch of bootstrapped sites, blueprints, skeletons, and reuse them as a template.

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  • Restore WordPress from Backup (No WordPress Plugin needed)

    Goal: Discover how to restore WordPress from a backup, preview the backup without troubling your production site and finally moving it to production. Resources: 1 minute of your time + 1 wetopi server. (sign up and get your free development server)

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  • Sharing WordPress with other users

    Share your WordPress site with other users

    Goal: Share your WordPress servers access with other users.Resources: 30 seconds of your time + 1 wetopi server. (sign up and get your free development server) A collaborator user in Wetopi is someone who has access to your site with their own login credentials. This is a great feature for granting access to freelancers and […]

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  • Testing PHP 8 with WordPress

    Testing PHP 8 with WordPress

    The new PHP 8, thanks to its new JIT compilation engine, has revealed a positive impact on performance. And as we know, more speed means that our WordPress website will be able to serve more users and rank better! However, a “Major” version release implies being very careful about incompatibilities. Read more if you want […]

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  • My WordPress site is hacked

    What to do if my WordPress site is hacked?

    Perfection is a myth! There’s no hosting out there that can promise to be completely hack-proof. It’s always better to be ready for the worst and back up and update your WordPress site as regularly as possible!  But, how would you know if your WordPress site has been hacked?

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