You can correct an fatal error message regarding memory size: The first option to increase memory limit requires you sign in to your cPanel Dashboard: under “Options”, select “PHP Version”  go to “Memory Limit” and increase it and click “Apply If this doesn’t help resolve it, then you will need to check the Memory_Limit settings… Read More

WordPress is a versatile and user-friendly content management system (CMS) that powers millions of websites around the world.   It allows individuals and businesses to easily create, manage, and publish content without the need for extensive technical expertise. Whether you’re a blogger, entrepreneur, or an established company, WordPress offers a customizable platform with a wide… Read More

Usually all WordPress sites are configure to “Private” until they are published, where you then have the option to make them “Public”. This allows you to build your website and view it online until you are satisfied and publish it. If your site is already “Public” and you wish to make changes out of the… Read More

Should you wish to remove a Subscriber from your Private WordPress Blog, go to your Dashboard select “Users” and then “Subscribers”. Find the Subscriber’s name or email address and on the right hand side click on the 3 vertical dots, this will drop down and display the “Delete” option. The Subscriber will no longer be… Read More

Yes, you can. Having WordPress installed on your PC is usually done by developers, who can set up their desktop computer as a local server (localhost) for development purposes. This then gives them another testing environment in which to test updates, plugins, themes, and widgets before making them live – even if offline. For the… Read More

You will first have to login to your Account. On the Control Panel, click on “Manage Services” Select “WordPress Hosting” from the dropdown. Under “Product Information” go to Control Panel and select “Login”. Select “WP Toolkit” and select the website. Select the “Plugins” tab and a list of your Plugins will be displayed… Read More

Ensure that you have logged in to your account. Click on “Manage Services”, select “WordPress Hosting” from the dropdown. Under “Product Information” go to Control Panel where you will see the cPanel logo, select “Login”. On the cPanel Dashboard select “WP Toolkit” and select the website. Select “Themes” tab and a list of your… Read More

WordPress Hosting is hosting designed specifically for a WordPress website, allowing it to function as optimally as possible. Managed WordPress means takes care of all the technical aspects, including server setup software and hardware, thus providing a stable infrastructure. Our servers are streamlined for maintaining backups, security, WordPress updates, including themes and plugins after… Read More

Here is a comprehensive list of all the Discussion Settings: 1. Default Article Settings There are three choices, bearing in mind that whatever you have chosen can also be overwritten per individual article. Attempt to notify any blogs linked to from the article – this will send out trackbacks and pings to other blogs when… Read More