You probably already know by now that Facebook had a giant outage yesterday which lasted 6 hours. How can you prevent this from happening to your own website?
LinkedIn doesn’t want you to delete your connections. That’s why it’s so hard to delete the 1000 spam connections that you approved 2 years ago. Well, not anymore.
Bluetooth is tricky and sometimes the connection can be laggy or broken or something else can go wrong for some weird reason – it could be the motherboard’s fault or the cheap USB transmitter or software issue or other issues. Here’s a simple flowchart to follow to reset your Keychron keyboard and fix other Bluetooth […]
Recently one of my clients did a rebranding and wanted to move all their content over to a new domain. Usually I would just do a regular 301 redirect for each page, but in this case they had hundreds of URLs and there was no way I was going to write hundreds of 301 redirects. […]
I was trying to use Ultimate Member to add custom fields to my WordPress registration form. Unfortunately after setting it up, the form just doesn’t work! Users can see and fill in all the fields, but after pressing Submit, the page just refreshes and nothing gets sent to the system. I was frustrated and couldn’t […]
I needed a multiple countdown timer, but couldn’t find anything online. So I decided to make my own with Google Sheets, feel free to use it!
Visual Composer for WordPress is a lifesaver when it comes to web design these days. It makes designing page layouts a hundred times easier compared to writing code, and I’ve been using it for many years now. However it can be a real b**** at times, especially when moving between desktop to mobile. A commonly-encountered […]
Do you want to submit a URL to Google? You may have a website, or you might just want to update Google on a new URL that you don’t think Google knows about yet (for instance, your newly created Linkedin profile). If you don’t own the site If you don’t own the site (e.g. Linkedin […]
If you’re like me and build your site on a temp URL before changing the DNS, you’re familiar with accessing your site through http://111.222.333.444/~username/. I usually don’t have any problems with this till today, when I migrated a site from a standalone hosting server into a new server that hosted multiple sites via addon domains. […]
Here’s the solution if you’re asked to reinstall Wordpress after doing a Wordpress migration. Super simple, takes only 30 seconds!