Creating Password Protected Pages and Areas in WordPress

I had a client recently who needed to create private, password-protected sections on her WordPress site. She wanted each of her clients to have a private page with information related to what they were working on together. Easy! Password-protection is an in-built feature of WordPress, in case you didn’t know. When creating a page, you … Read moreCreating Password Protected Pages and Areas in WordPress

Debugging Soliloquy

WordPress has a lot of Plugins and Themes, no two websites are exactly alike. Due to the various customizations that every website has, there is now way to shelter Soliloquy from conflicts completely. We’re always working to improve Soliloquy’s compatibility with other products, but to help us do this, there are some steps you can … Read moreDebugging Soliloquy

WordPress: How to deactivate all plugins when not able to access the administrative menus?

Sometimes it may be necessary to deactivate all plugins, but you can’t access the administrative menus to do so. One of two methods are available to deactivate all plugins. Use phpMyAdmin to deactivate all plugins. In the table wp_options, under the option_name column (field) find the active_plugins row Change the option_value field to: a:0:{} Or reset your plugins folder via FTP or the file manager provided … Read moreWordPress: How to deactivate all plugins when not able to access the administrative menus?

At WP Engine, there’s no confusing caching plugins

Other so-called “Managed” WordPress hosting companies say they’ll make your page fast, then leave it to you to find and configure complicated page- and database-caching plugins with 100 options. We think “managed” means you shouldn’t have to figure all that out! At WP Engine, we’re 2x faster than the closest competitor, and we ban all … Read moreAt WP Engine, there’s no confusing caching plugins

A Few Key Tips When Editing (or Creating) a WordPress Post or Page

To Edit/Create a WordPress Post 1) Login to your admin site by opening up a browser tab and adding “/wp-admin” to the end of your company URL — i.e. http://yourcompany.com/wp-admin 2) You should be seeing the admin site with the Dashboard on the left side menu. 3) Once logged in, edit an existing page/post by … Read moreA Few Key Tips When Editing (or Creating) a WordPress Post or Page