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In this tutorial I am going to share how to fix very common issue * Things don’t appear to be working at the moment. Please try again later * Before that, I like to share when I face this problem and then I will share how you can easily solve this problem. Ok, let’s me tell this story. recently I have started to create an eCommerce website to sells digital product and I added PayPal as payment getaways. When I first time try to buy then I show this problem. I use Easy Digital Downloads WordPress plugin.

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Based on the error I was able to reproduce it looks like your PayPal account is set up to only allow encrypted payments. You can disable that by following this guide:

  1. Log in to your PayPal business account at www.paypal.com .
  2. Click the profile icon () on the top right side of the page. From the Business Profile menu, select Profile and Settings.

    Note: If you do not see the profile icon on the top right, select Profile which appears in the top menu when the My Account tab is selected.

  3. Click My selling tools on the left side of the page, then click the Update link in the Website preferences row. The Website Payment Preferences page opens.
  4. Scroll down the page to the Encrypted Website Payments section and disable the block.

You are done 🙂

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Briefly unavailable for scheduled maintenance check back in a minute – Fix it within 1 minute

Briefly unavailable for scheduled maintenance check back in a minute is a very common issue when someone wants to update there website WordPress version, Themes, plugins. If you are new WordPress user and already faced this problem then you may think you have lost your website as you see, your website becomes blank you can not log in and access in your website dashboard.

Don’t worry, Today I am going to share very easy and very quick tips with the active code so that you can see your website like previous within 1 minute.


So let’s start to fix this issue and get your website within 1 minute 🙂

1. Login in your Cpanel
2. Go to file manager
3. Open public folder
4. Open wp-content folder
5. Open themes folder
6. Open current active theme
7. Open functions.php file

=> Cpanel => File Manager => Public Folder => WP-Content Folder => Current Active Theme => Functions.php

Now copy this code from below and paste in functions.php file.

You are DONE. Now you can check your website. Hope you already smiled.

Let’s learn as we are WordPress users. What actually happens during WordPress maintenance mode?

During maintenance mode, WordPress downloads necessary update files to your server extract them and install these new files.

There are essentially two different types of maintenance modes:

  • The first one, as described above, is done automatically by WordPress, when themes, plugins or the WordPress core needs to be updated.
  • The second type of WordPress maintenance mode occurs when you want to manually update your own WordPress site, and don’t want your site visitors to be bothered by the updates. This can be done by installing a WordPress maintenance mode plugin.

With regards to the latter instance of WordPress maintenance mode, where you’re manually forcing it, you can also use a code snippet (instead of plugins) to force it:

 

 

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How to fix Google Map works on local host but doesn’t work on web server

Hey, It’s 11:45 pm in right now. ( Bangladesh ) I just uploaded newly developed theme in my clients live server. It’s Mountain Marketing. Everything working fine and look good but when I check contact page I see that the google map not working. It looks like below image

Google Map works on local host but doesn't work on web server

Then I back to my local server/localhost I see it work very good in the local server but same code does not work in client-server. So I have done some research find the issue and fixed. Then I think that I should write this process and share with you or other who is a WordPress Developer like you.

To add responsive google map without plugin I used gmaps It allows the user to use the potential of Google Maps in a simple way. It’s so simple and easy with a few lines of code.




I followed their quickstart guide :

Quick Start

It’s work in localhost but not live server. To fix it you have to do just simple things.

As of June 22, 2016 Google Maps V3 no longer supports keyless access so you need to get a key for every (referrer-)domain which has never had a Google Map on it before.

Get your key here: https://developers.google.com/maps/documentation/javascript/get-api-key

And add this code in header

instead of

You just need to use YOUR API KEY

How to find google map api ?

Follow these steps to get an API key:

  1. Go to the Google API Console.
  2. Create or select a project.
  3. Click Continue to enable the API and any related services.
  4. On the Credentials page, get an API key.
    Note: If you have an existing unrestricted API key, or a key with browser restrictions, you may use that key.
  5. From the dialog displaying the API key, select Restrict key to set a browser restriction on the API key.

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How to Fix Error in WordPress “Are You Sure You Want to Do This”

Every once in a while, you might encounter a WordPress error like error establishing database connection or memory exhausted error. Those errors are somewhat helpful because they tell you exactly what the problem is. Then there are the unhelpful errors like “Are you sure you want to do this”. The reason why this error does not provide any information is simply because there are too many factors that may lead to this problem. In this article, we will show you how to investigate and fix “Are you sure you want to do this” error in WordPress.

Are You Sure you want to do this?
Why and When “Are you sure you want to do this?” Error Appears?

This error usually occurs when WordPress checks for Nonce in an admin url and the check fails. Nonce are unique keys or numbers which can be generated by a theme, plugin, or a core WordPress file for verification purposes. Nonces add a security layer to protect WordPress URLs, forms, and ajax calls from abuse.

‘Are you sure you want to do this?’ error usually appears when nonce verification fails and the most likely candidates to cause this error are plugins and themes not using nonce properly.
Investigating “Are Your Sure You Want to Do This?” Error

Most commonly, this error is caused by a plugin or theme that is installed on your site. To investigate which plugin or theme is causing the issue, you will need to deactivate all your plugins.
Investigating Plugins

Since a deactivated plugin can still cause the issue we need to make sure that no plugins are installed in WordPress without deleting them. To do that you need to connect to your site using an FTP client and rename plugins folder in /wp-content/ directory to plugins.deactivated.

After that you need to go back to the plugins page in your WordPress admin area. You will see notification for all your plugins which are now deactivated.

Plugins deactivated in WordPress

Now that all your plugins are truly uninstalled and deactivated, you can try to reproduce the error. If the error does not appear again, then this means that one of the plugins on your website was causing the issue. To figure out which plugin was causing the issue, go back to your FTP client and rename plugins.deactivated folder back to plugins.

After that visit the plugins page in your WordPress admin area and activate your plugins one by one and try to reproduce the error after activating each plugin until you find the one causing the issue.

Yes this sounds like a dreading task, but it is the only way for beginners.
Investigating Themes

If the plugins were not causing this issue, then it might be a theme causing the problem. You can investigate the theme causing this issue by repeating the same procedure you did for plugins. First you need to connect to your website using an FTP client and download your currently active theme to your computer as a backup. Once you have backed up your theme, delete it from your web server.

Now visit Appearance » Themes page in your WordPress admin area and you will see a notifcation that ‘The active theme is broken. Reverting to the default theme’. WordPress will now start using the default theme like Twenty Thirteen for your website.

Now try to reproduce the error, if you are unable to reproduce the error then this means that your theme was causing ‘Are you sure you want to do this?’ error.
Unable to Find The Source of The Error

Make sure that you have tested thoroughly to reproduce this error after deactivating and reactivating your plugins and themes. Once you are confident that no plugin or theme on your site is causing the problem. Then there are a few extra steps you can take.

First make sure you have a full backup of your website. Next, delete all WordPress files from your server except wp-content directory and all its contents. After that download a fresh copy of WordPress extract it on your computer and upload the files inside the wordpress directory to your web server.

Once you have uploaded all the files, create a new wp-config.php file in the root directory. You can look at your old wp-config.php file from the backup if you need help. Add all sections except ‘Authentication Unique Keys and Salts’. Delete all the lines starting with define in this section.
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/**#@+
* Authentication Unique Keys and Salts.
*
* Change these to different unique phrases!
* You can generate these using the {@link https://api.wordpress.org/secret-key/1.1/salt/ WordPress.org secret-key service}
* You can change these at any point in time to invalidate all existing cookies. This will force all users to have to log in again.
*
* @since 2.6.0
*/
define(‘AUTH_KEY’, ‘+7nTNb<AwtbLA$L-Q7amn;~|wH)ljXv2~TpbP?mLA+M8H|n1/Lz-GmAQL{4fB');
define('SECURE_AUTH_KEY', '/gkAjhhJe
iwO)V-p=JUD?|W)b3gMfG~g[zr8N6}m%MZ|L’);
define(‘NONCE_KEY’, ‘]Zj5i*hHlsUWKg2|>YF,X+xpd-_I[nFmA6ZLw~;EW7g0.s5EaZCAJ=j]./5z^X~');
define('AUTH_SALT', 'e*l:hUsddFIxm1E7y-n#<a0|u- #+SsS@-#$vNz}EY4rY~-x|0_6=Q!TR=MMxUL?'); define('SECURE_AUTH_SALT', 'n]^c9nY>_}3,4)J]S sM6-MI3aB#Qk<Re^j#Lu_|x^*BhO.54aZQTtzJeCo5DWAg'); define('LOGGED_IN_SALT', 'Ba3kd1&J$~~
(|uJ0:v;w+DJ3xW}.B#R9J*r|.+V}*sTuK &8db-Mn+[boHW3{[/’); define(‘NONCE_SALT’, ‘nBv-U1qfkCZxS|13%hYdHz*s1^){.KSZWm1A^${r!d5;EqrH:>1Xxpwt6?**i}’);

Save and upload your wp-config.php file. Now check your website again and try to reproduce the error.

We hope this article helped you fix “Are You Sure You Want to Do This” Error in WordPress.

We understand that troubleshooting such issues can be frustrating at times. Try to stay calm, and if you need help you can always send us your questions by leaving a comment below.

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Fix blurry product images in WooCommerce

Hi, How are you today? You may good but just feeling bad for your Website. In this tutorial, I am going to share with you very easy tips for a big problem.

How to fix blurry product images in WooCommerce

It is common for us to see support tickets with issues regarding WooCommerce product images appearing blurry, and the solution is actually super simple. But we can fix this common issue very easily.




Let’s fix those blurry product images

When you start setup your new website and new theme. First things you have to setup your theme very carefully and perfectly as document. You must follow theme images guide-line. Images, Size.  In every theme options will be the exact dimensions that are best for all the thumbnails in your theme. A lot of user like you do not realize this page is available, but it is super helpful and not only will give you image sizes, but the colors used in our demo and fonts as well!

Once you have the exact image sizes you need for the products you can now navigate to WooCommerce > Settings > Products > Display from your WordPress dashboard.  When you scroll to the lower part of this page you will insert the exact image sizes needed for your theme:

Fix blurry product images in WooCommerce

Now you are almost done . .  just one more step!

After you have added your specific theme sizes and saved the information you will want to run the Regenerate Thumbnails plugin.  You’ll want to allow this plugin to run to 100% in order for it to work properly, so be patient if you have a lot of images.

If you are still seeing your product thumbnail images blurry at this point, don’t worry,  you will likely just need to clear your browser cache.




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Contact Form 7 Not Sending Emails – How to Fix

Contact Form 7  is most popular contact plugin of WordPress.  Currently it has over 1 million active installs. It’s become popular very quickly because of it security and easy use. Anyone can use it without any coding skills.  You no need hire any freelancer, WordPress Developer to install it. But many time I get job post that “Contact Form 7 Not Sending Emails ” in Upwork, Freelancer, Guru etc top market places.

Today, In this tutorial I am going to share ” –How to Fix Contact Form 7 Not Sending Emails ” Though I have said that Contact Form 7 is popular for easy setup and use but first we need to know why this problem occur ? The problem isn’t with the plugin, though. The problem is with how most people configure it. It’s Not Sending when it’s now configured properly.

Here I will show you, where most of people do mistake and how to fix it. Most people use the default settings, which would make the email generated by the form appear to have been sent directly from the person submitting it, making it easy to reply to them.

Contact Form 7 Not Sending Emails

When you log into your WordPress admin area, you will see the following message near the top:

Misconfiguration leads to mail delivery failure or other troubles

See in screenshort :

Misconfiguration leads to mail delivery failure or other troubles

If you see this message then I can make you sure that your forms are configured incorrectly. Even if you are receiving emails now, there is no guarantee that it will continue. So, How to fit it ?

The solution is very simple. The email needs to be sent from an email address that exists on your server. I like to create a separate email address specifically for this. Next, configure your “From” field under the “Mail” tab of the appropriate form as such:

Fix Contact Form 7 Not Sending Emails

Now, add the information below to the “Additional Headers” field. (Also under the “Mail” tab.) This adds information to the header of the email that says even though it was sent by forms@yourdomain.com, any replies should be directed to the email address that was entered in the “Email” filed of the form.

How to Fix Contact Form 7 Not Sending Emails.png

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How to Remove p tags from shortcode wordpress

Shortcodes are built-in functionality for WordPress. You can do a lot’s of functional work or code using shortcodes. But if you already used shortcode you must see that before and after of your used shortcode there is a p tag generate automatically. For that your design or theme layout broken. You will see your design different then you’re desired or code command because there added a p tag. SO in this tutorial, I am going to share with you. “How to Remove p tags from shortcode WordPress?

So let’s start.

Login your cPnale. Open-File Manager then goes to wp-content. Open themes folder. Now open your currently active theme. Open functions.php file. Now copy below code and paste into your theme functions.php file. Save it.

Remove p tags from shortcode WordPress

Remember it’s. By default, WordPress provides 6 shortcodes out of the box that you can use.

 

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How to fix custom post type post not open in single

Custom post types are content types like posts and pages. You know By default, WordPress comes with these post types:

  • Post
  • Page
  • Attachment
  • Revision
  • Nav Menu

When people like to use  Custom Post Type or Taxonomy in WordPress. Ok, Most of Custom Post use in WordPress like Testimonial, Portfolio. However, I think tutorial, I am not going to share how to create a custom post but sure in the next tutorial, I will share about this. So here I only share “How to fix custom post type post not open in a single”

How to fix custom post type post not open in single

Copy this code and paste into your functions.php file

Note: After adding this function to your theme functions.php file active another default theme and reactive your current theme.

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How to Increase the Maximum Upload and PHP Memory Limit in WordPress

#1 The uploaded file exceeds the upload_max_filesize directive in php.ini
#2 Fatal error: Allowed memory size of 12345678 bytes exhausted (tried to allocate 2345678 bytes) in /home/your-username/public_html/wp-includes/plugin.php on line 1000
Today I have started this post with most common problem at new freelancer, Web Design, Especially WordPress Developer. When you start run a robust site full of rich content. You face this  big problem that your limits are reached. You see that an error message come looks like above tow messages. But from my experiences, Sometime I face this problem when my clients like yo give me new big size WordPress Premium Theme, like BeTheme, Avada Theme, X-Theme In the first time of my learning and freelancing career I have to lost much time to fix this problem.  But by the time I have created very effective solution that must work.
So let’s start learn, How to Fix or How to Increase the Maximum Upload and PHP Memory Limit in WordPress

#1 Updating Your php.ini File

Login your hosting account, actually it popularly known as cPanel. Then go to the Files section and click on the File Manager button. Click the checkbox for Show Hidden Files and then click Go.

Open your  wp-admin folder and find a file called php.ini or php5.ini. If you don’t see it, create one by clicking the New File button in the top left-hand corner. Name the file php.ini and click the Create File button on the pop-up.

increase php memory limit htaccess wordpress

After following these instructions if php.ini  file doesn’t work,  then try renaming the file to php5.ini. Once the file is open, add or edit the following lines and then save and close.

The M means megabytes. Change the 1000M, 2000M and 3000M limit to the value with which you feel most comfortable. Changing the value of max_execution_time will limit the amount of time spent loading a script in seconds.

In many cases, the values you enter should get larger as you go down the list from lines one to three. The upload_max_filesize should be the smallest while memory_limit should be the largest. The median should be post_max_size.

Before checking to see if the error is gone, clear your browser’s cache.

#2 Editing Your .htaccess File

If  your php.ini file doesn’t do the trick, try editing your .htaccess file and add or edit the following code at the very bottom:

Editing this code is similar we did in the above php.ini file. Change the values to limits that best suit as your needs. Don’t forget to save when you’re done and clear the cache for your browser.

#3 Edit Your wp-config.php File

If this issue not fixed yet by  both of these Number 1 and Number 2, try editing your wp-config.php file, adding the following to the very bottom,

Please note, this has to be put before wp-settings.php inclusion.

Bonus for you – Changing the Limits in WHM

If your site is hosted on a VPS or dedicated server, you can try changing the upload and memory limits in your WHM.

Login your account, go to Server Configuration > Tweak Settings > PHP.

Changing the Limits in WHM

Use the same numbers you tried previously for the best possible results.

Enter in the numbers that work for you and click Save at the bottom of the page.

Next, go to Service Configuration > PHP Configuration Editor. Scroll down until you find the core sections memory_limit and upload_max_filesize

Enter the correct values for your setup. Finally, in the Options & Information section, locate max_execution_time and update it to the same value you tried in your php.ini and .htaccess files.

Click Save at the bottom of the page and clear your browser’s cache.

Conclusion

You’re all set now to resolve the error messages. Enjoy uploading larger files and continue using plugins on your WordPress site. These changes shouldn’t take more than a few minutes to take effect so you can quickly get back to work. If you need more help don’t delay to ask me. I am here ready to give easy guideline. Just comment or send message me. I will beck you asap. Message Now .

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How to add read more link after post excerpt

Add read more link after post excerpt

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