It happened to me today while updating to WordPress 5.3, so I thought of sharing the fix with all the people who are going to have this problem now and in the future. Honestly, I should have thought about this better – but it’s an early Saturday morning and maybe my brain is still asleep. […]
Is your WooCommerce site slow? It’s good that you’re looking into it. $1.6 billion is the amount Amazon.com would lose in sales every year if their page load slowed down by just one second. Fast loading pages boost conversions and SEO, redu…
You may have seen this error at least once, if you have used WordPress. When installing a theme, plugin or uploading a image or file, you may find this dreaded message on your screen. Well, it has nothing to do with themes or plugins. The issue is with your server settings which limit the maximum […]
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I worked with a client who uses the Shipstation plugin. After updating to the latest version of WooCommerce (2.2), the plugin stopped working and its tab under “settings” could not be clicked. On top, some of the dropdowns got broken. Here’s the fix, hoping that Shipstation updates the plugin asap. Fix 1: make Shipstation tab […]
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When importing a big export file from another site, or when installing dummy data from your template developer, the error “the uploaded file exceeds the upload_max_filesize directive in php.ini” is likely to show. Here’s what you can do to fix it. 1. Open your .htaccess file via FTP or File manager 2. Add the following […]
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WordPress automatically limits your PHP memory to 40MB. This may result in your WooCommerce website being slow to process information, searches, product uploading and so on. 1. Open your wp-config.php file Use an FTP software to access your WordPress files. You can find wp-config in the main installation folder. Open it, or download it so […]