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Increasing the upload_max_filesize in WordPress

The default upload file size for WordPress is 2 MB, which is a problem if you want to upload a large files. You may increase max file size in few ways.

Posted by Alex Miro

Purchase Code. Where to download.

The Envato API allows authors to verify purchases using the buyers purchase code. These instructions show you how to obtain that purchase code: Login to your account on ThemeForest Proceed to Downloads area Choose the necessary product Press Download Download License certificate & purchase code

Posted by Alex Miro

What is FTP?

FTP (File Transfer Protocol) is the quickest and easiest way to transfer images and other files to and from your account. With FTP you can easily transfer lots of files (images, web pages, even a whole site!) from your computer to your Web Hosting account and the Internet

Posted by Alex Miro

Using Read More button on WordPress Blog

You can truncate your blog entries so that only the first part of certain posts is displayed on the home and archive pages. When you do this, a link will be placed directly after your excerpt, pointing the reader to the full post.

Posted by Alex Miro

How to change footer information?

  After theme installation of footer section on the front-end, you will see standard demo content. This content is included in theme files. To change it or remove at all from the footer you need not change theme files.  It can be easily changed through your admin panel . You need to enter  Appearance > Widgets….

Posted by Olga Barlow

How to include product category into menu

When creating navigation menu for your store, very often such necessity happens as to add any product category as the item or a sub item. This is very easy to implement. Go to Appearance > Menu. In the top of your window you should find “Screen Options”. Click on it, a panel will slide open with lots of…

Posted by Olga Barlow

Clearing Facebook’s Share Cache

If you’ve used Facebook’s share functionality on an external website, you have probably by now figured out that whenever the first time Facebook visited a page (most probably when someone shared your URL on Facebook), it generates a cache of the preview image(s), the title and the description copy. Facebook caches the most recently shared…

Posted by Olga Barlow

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