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WordPress is an open source content management system running on PHP and MySQL often used as a blog engine. There is a WordPress StackExchange at http://wordpress.stackexchange.com/: if your question is related to WordPress but not webmastery, then your should ask it over there.

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It'll be the lamp that your using is not forwarding the information to the outside. You say you have Drupal running and its working fine, yet is this on another lamp? In Ubuntu Lamp check your IPtab …
answered Dec 16 '12 by Simon Hayter
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going too much into the WordPress development sides of things, the reason you're not seeing <title> within the file header.php is because most wise theme developers call it in the wp_head() which can … your titles and meta descriptions for you without having to dive too much into the code. If you have any development related questions then you will need to ask on the WordPress Development stack. …
answered Apr 12 '17 by Simon Hayter
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The reason that Google is indexing HTTPS:// and not HTTP:// is because within your WordPress general settings you have your site address, url address or both set to HTTPS. Since your site uses Yoast … should index this and that. To correct the issue simply login to the WordPress dashboard and click General Settings then change the URL of both WordPress and URL, see picture below (replace with your URL …
answered Jan 12 '18 by Simon Hayter
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You are correct but also incorrect at the same time. Hotlinking If people are hotlinking to the file, i.e not visiting your site first then the GA will not be loaded therefor it will not be tracked. …
answered May 4 '13 by Simon Hayter
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Content Management Systems such as WordPress don't really improve SEO since you can do everything in Static HTML form than you can in a WordPress. WordPress just makes thing's a hell of lot easier …
answered Feb 23 '13 by Simon Hayter
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301 Redirects When adding the sub domain www. to an existing site you will need to ensure that all requests are redirected using a 301 permanent, this can be achieved by using a simply .htaccess rewr …
answered Jun 9 '14 by Simon Hayter
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WordPress has a lot of userful plugins and well yes some can hog resources while some only run when you want them too. You can install a plugin to change the username and then disable the plugin or … nickname however it will not change the URL /user/username/ as you may already know. Method 2. Screen Options > Author The easiest method would to simply add another user to your WordPress site, this …
answered Apr 1 '15 by Simon Hayter
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Most likely because you have not installed the WordPress .htaccess file as required for search engine friendly urls (permalinks). If your using a VPS or DEDICATED server then you will need to ensure … mod_rewrite sudo service apache2 restart - Restarts Apache nano example.conf Edit your SITE conf file AllowOverride All Change none to all Creating a WordPress .htaccess file In the root path of your …
answered Nov 25 '15 by Simon Hayter
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Author pages are generally generated by author.php which can be found or created in the root folder of the WordPress theme that are you using. Using noindex in either the meta or header response … <head> and before </head> <?php if (is_author()) { echo '<meta name="robots" content="noindex,follow" />'; } ?> Plugin Method There are several WordPress plugins on the WP library that will …
answered Apr 19 '18 by Simon Hayter
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Google Search Console is not real-time and some features update faster than others. If you have upgraded your site then there's nothing more to worry about, its just that Google Console is using outda …
answered Feb 7 '17 by Simon Hayter
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download plugins for WordPress / Joomla / Drupal which integrate direct upload options. CDN networks don't have send limits, or storage limits since you pay for your usage. Rackspace for example …
answered Feb 23 '13 by Simon Hayter
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Hyperlinks that contain words are referred to as Anchor Text, using anchor based links has 2 major benefits: They improve user experience by informing the user about the page they are about to visit …
answered Jul 9 '13 by Simon Hayter
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You need to install PHP5 which is really easy just follow my 5 simple steps and voila your done. Connect to your Ubuntu using SSH or bring up the terminal if using Desktop. sudo apt-get update sudo …
answered Feb 23 '13 by Simon Hayter
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As Wayne Whitty mentioned you could use something like the MobileDetect Plugin that is available for WordPress and simple to use e.g: [phone]ADcode for Phones[/phone] [device]ADcode for Tablets and …
answered Jun 21 '14 by Simon Hayter
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: "Leave a Comment" "Leave a Response" "Powered by WordPress" By removing the above you can stop a lot of spammers finding your site, in order to understand what I'm talking about try this in Google … : Web Design + "leave a reply" + "Powered by WordPress" -"comments disabled" This will report back Web Design sites, that have a comment box, is powered by WordPress, and does not have comments …
answered May 2 '13 by Simon Hayter

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