What to do if any WordPress plugin is automatically deactivated during the update?
Have you recently updated any WordPress plugin, but it was automatically deactivated? Then chances you now getting the following error message (an example):
Warning: fopen(/home/public_html/site/wp-content/plugins/header-and-footer-scripts-inserter/header-and-footer-scripts-inserter.php): failed to open stream: No such file or directory in /home/public_html/site/wp-includes/functions.php on line 4835Continue reading →
What to do if the "My Custom Functions" plugin fails to activate after a failure?
If you were trying something new on your WordPress website and after editing/entering custom code on the settings page of the plugin My Custom Functions your website becomes inaccessible, you may decide to delete the plugin manually (via FTP) and install it again, but then you will run into the fact that the plugin could not be activated because it triggered a fatal error. In this article I will show you how to activate the plugin without errors and fix the error in your custom code that you entered on the plugin settings page.Continue reading →
What to do if the "My Custom Functions" plugin causes the site failure?
If you were trying something new on your WordPress website and after editing/entering custom code on the settings page of the plugin My Custom Functions your website becomes inaccessible, then don’t panic. You are not the first one to face this situation. In this article I will show you how to get your website return to life and fix the error in your custom code.Continue reading →
WP Plugin: "My Syntax Highlighter PRO"
“My Syntax Highlighter PRO” is a premium WordPress plugin that provides a simple way for embedding syntax-highlighted source code within pages or posts on your website, without losing it’s formatting or making any manual changes. Supporting 154 programming languages, 125 shortcodes and 56 themes. The syntax highlighting feature implemented via a CodeMirror library. This is a “PRO” version of the plugin “My Syntax Highlighter”. More features, more power.Continue reading →
How to filter a range of IP addresses in Google Analytics
Google Analytics is used to track how a visitors interact with our website. When our Google Analytics report contains data about internal and external traffic on our website, the statistics will be incorrect, as it is adversely affected by our own visits (internal traffic). This includes from our home, our office, and anywhere else we hit our website. It may also include our co-workers, or any member of our team. But we can stop Analytics from tracking our internal traffic by filtering our IP address.Continue reading →