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Simple steps to change WordPress table prefix for security after installation

By default, WordPress installation will have “wp_” as the table prefix which is quite vulnerable, malicious users can exploit your data quite easily. So, changing the prefix to something stronger and unique will add up higher security and safe from malicious users. It is better to change the prefix when you are installing the WordPress […]

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WordPress Folder Structure

Hope you have quite enough information related to requirements and how to install WordPress on your server. Now, lets discuss directory/file structure of WordPress so you have clear idea how things are handled and where you have to upload the related files. Basically, after you install wordpress check the main directory where you have uploaded […]

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WordPress Installation on your Local machine/Server

Today we are going to explain how to install WordPress on your Local machine and on Server. This might look quite simple for the ones who had already done but this information will be precious to the ones who are just the beginners and want to get started with WP. Here, are the list of […]

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Minimum Requirement to run WordPress on Server.

Php 5.2.4 and MySQL 5.0 are the minimum versions required for WordPress. Apache or Nginx are the most robust and featurful server for running WordPress. So, basically following are the main requirement for a server to run WordPress: Php 5.2.4 or greater MySQL 5.0 or greater mod_rewrite Apache module to be enabled.

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WordPress. What? and Why?

We are proud to launch our new category for “WORDPRESS” on our blog. Here, you will find every information related to WordPress even minors. We are trying to post every issue user might face during a website development using WordPress and lots of advanced features as well. So, for now, for one’s who are new […]

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