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WordPress Plugins – Does Your Site Have Too Many?

Too many plugins can lead to security breaches on your site, site crashes, bad performance, slow loading speeds, and more. It may come as no surprise that piling a ton of plugins on top of each other on your website can cause some conflicts. Some plugins will disrupt the way others function, causing problems on your site. Details:

WordPress blocking json page – Gutenberg editor 403 error

The problem seems to be that your WordPress installation is missing configuration for ‚pretty permalinks‘, that’s why your routes are send using GET parameter ‚rest_route‘. Is there any reason why are you using your WordPress like this? See:

Wordfense crashes Apache WebServer

WordPress – Wordfense crashes Apache WebServer If using Wordfense turn off automatic scanning! On the Wordfence Options page click to DISABLE “Enable automatic scheduled scans” disable it. Our system already use an integrated malware scanner.

How to Update WordPress

You can easily update Your WordPress & installed Plugins from the WP backend (admin area). One-click Update: From the WordPress Dashboard, select Updates from the left hand menu. Click the Update Now button. You shouldn’t need to do anything else and once it’s finished, you will be up-to-date. Details:

Delete WordPress plugin manually via FTP

Follow the next steps in order to delete (remove) WordPress plugin manually via FTP: Use or download and install FTP client: – Open FTP client and enter your FTP access credentials (host, username and password) to access files on your server. – Navigate to /wp-content/plugins directory – Delete (remove) necessary plugin by deleting its folder

CMS and WordPress optimization

Diagnostic tools CSS & HTML Validation WordPress Plugins: see also:

WordPress & Joomla Blacklisted plugins

Following plugins & themes are associated with highly critical security issues or consuming high system resources and may not work correctly on our shared Hosts because they are partially blocked. Backdoor Found in Themes and Plugins from AccessPress Themes! Due to the way the extensions were compromised, we suspected an external attacker had breached the website of AccessPress Themes in an attempt to use their […]