As a part of my no-contract website maintenance programs I have been offering free “off the clock” back-ups and updates on a weekly basis for a while now. I was managing these back-ups individually with the plug-in UpDraft Plus, which was fine in the beginning…but managing dozens of sites individually is just asking for something to go wrong. Plus, it’s a pain … Read More
Error: uploaded file exceeds the upload_max_filesize directive in php.ini. Difficulty: 3/5 (If you feel comfortable modifying files via FTP or cPanel, you’ll be able to do this. If you’d prefer me to handle it for you, this is something I handle for members on my membership programs.) This is a common error that occurs when the default settings for “maximum upload … Read More
Difficulty: 1/5 (Most people could handle this by themselves. If you’d prefer me to handle it for you, this is something I handle for members on my membership programs.) In this video, I show you how to easily create a dropdown menu in WordPress.
It’s fashionable these days for Web hosts to offer “one-click installations” of WordPress. Unfortunately, these are sometimes problematic in that they introduce third-party scripts that may slow your site down. It’s also much harder to fix something when it inevitably goes wrong if your WordPress installation is managed by your Web host. This is why I always recommend installing WordPress … Read More
In this video I will show you how you can set items in the WordPress navigation menu to open in a new window or tab. Difficulty: 1/5 (This one is pretty easy, though I am still happy to help you do it on my membership plans.)
In this video, I am going to show you how you can get a definitive answer as to whether or not Google Analytics is installed correctly. It seems like there are a billion-and-one ways to install Google Analytics, and this adds some confusion to mix when certain plug-ins aren’t updated or you install Google Analytics in multiple places by accident. … Read More
The “Briefly Unavailable for Scheduled Maintenance” Error in WordPress is common, especially on sites that are currently running slow or are overloaded in their resources. This happens when you try to update a plug-in, theme, or WordPress itself and the process ends prematurely. In the video below, I show you how to fix the error. It’s important that after you … Read More