Did you know that sometimes your WordPress contact forms may not be sending you an email? Are you missing form notifications in email? With a few changes to your website settings, you can easily fix this problem. In this tutorial, I will show you how to fix the WordPress contact form not sending email issue.
Deciding whether to migrate to HTTPS protocol has become a no-brainer. The main benefit of HTTPS is that it provides a secure connection to users on the pages where they share personal data with you. It’s great to have on your entire website. But, when a user shares precious info, like credit card details, contact form details, HTTPS adds extra layers of protection.
It’s almost like it’s 1999 again and the Y2K bug – expect this time you have Facebook and everyone and ramming GDPR compliance at you. In short, the regulations tighten up how businesses are using people’s personal data within the business and introduce greater transparency to how people can see what a company is doing with their personal data.
Data backup isn't a sexy part of a photographers job, but surely it's the most important? Here is how Aden Priest protects himself and his clients.
Those blogging on WordPress should be somewhat familiar with WordPress SEO. If you are blogging on WordPress for fun only or you know the basics, then you may want to move on and not read further. However, if you are blogging for money-making purposes, you may want to continue reading here about WordPress SEO.
We have all seen it at some point. A common error in WordPress is a PHP memory limit error. This happens when WordPress doesn’t have enough memory to achieve what you want. It can be caused by poorly written plugins that will continue to run a procedure until the installation runs out of memory and of course WordPress memory consumption increases with the amount of modifications. Simply the more plugins you install and keep activated , the more memory power your website needs.