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Divi Blurb Extended – a Plugin to Enhance Divi Blurb

Divi Blurb Extended is a plugin for Divi Theme which also works with Extra and Divi Page builder. This is the second plugin launched for Divi by Elicus Technologies after Divi Blog Extras and is available on DiviExtended.com. This plugin comes with added features along with standard Divi Blurb functionalities. Divi Blurb Extended allows more control on creation of layouts with Divi.   Main features of Divi Blurb Extended are Read more button within Divi blurb Icon Position on right On-hover text and icon color change Show icon and only display blurb content on hover Icon shape...

Divi Edu – A Divi Child Theme for Educational Websites

Divi is a theme which can be used to create almost any kind of website. Here is a child theme for Divi which could be used to create college and school websites. Divi Edu is a child theme for Divi with a ready to import and can create a college or school website in a very short span of time. In this blog post, we are sharing some screen-shots, layouts and overall look and feel of Divi Edu. The homepage of this theme comes with a very appealing layout in dark blue color scheme. It utilizes full width Divi header which can fit in many college or university website requirements. The next...

Powerpack Divi Site With Multiple New Blog Layouts from “Divi Extended”

Are you a Divi WordPress theme user who feel that there should be a better control on the blog module layout? Currently, the default Divi blog module layout has only 2 options (grid and full width). In this blog we present a very pleasing set of category and divi blog layout for Divi theme by this company called “Divi Extended”. “Divi Extended” is a new name in the theme or plugin market and this is the first Divi plugin that looks very impressive and can reform your blog module layout completely. Here are the Divi Blog Page Layoutss created with Divi Blog Extras Plugin: In order to use...

How to Fix WordPress Unknow Collation While Importing Database in phpMyAdmin

We came across an interesting situation while importing database of a WordPress website from one server to another that throws "WordPress Unknow Collation" error. The error generated while importing the database (on destination server) which is downloaded from other (source) server simply halts the import process. This let only a few WordPress tables to get imported and remaining won't get imported. It says Unknown Collation and thus the database was not being able to get imported as the destination collation was not supported by the source database server. To fix this, we found a...

Video Tutorial on How to Add a Contact Form in WordPress

Contact form 7 is one of the most popular and widely used WordPress Plugin for sending emails from a WordPress website. This plugin can be used to create simple to complex forms on a WordPress based websites which can send users data to site owner via email. The setup of Contact form 7 is simple and takes less than 2 minutes. If you are looking for a video walkthrough of the process on how we can set up Contact form 7, here is it for you.   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EsEIiXe7Ppg

How to Change Path of a WordPress Installation Manually

Out of many easy to migrate WordPress plugins which let us move a WordPress website from one domain to another or to a different URL. Sometimes plugins come out as unreliable and we need to try the traditional method of moving a WordPress website from one domain to another or from one URL to another. In order to achieve it, first the files are copied from source to destination server or directory. Then the database backup from source is imported in the destination database wp-config file is updated and once the connection is made, the site starts working. However, it is required to edit...

How To Disable Editing in wp-admin Directory of a WordPress Website

Disable Editing in WP-ADMIN I am also a big fan of this, too often we’re seeing wp-admin credentials compromised and by allowing someone to edit within your admin panel you give the attack full access to all your files. The easiest way to avoid this is to disable the editor via your wp-config file: #Disable Plugin / Theme Editor Define(‘DISALLOW_FILE_EDIT’,true);

Some Basic Steps For Securing wp-admin Directory of a WordPress Website

Adding server-side password protection (such as BasicAuth) to /wp-admin/ adds a second layer of protection around your blog's admin area, the login screen, and your files. This forces an attacker or bot to attack this second layer of protection instead of your actual admin files. Many WordPress attacks are carried out autonomously by malicious software bots. Simply securing the wp-admin/ directory might also break some WordPress functionality, such as the AJAX handler at wp-admin/admin-ajax.php. See the Resources section for more documentation on how to password protect your wp-admin/...

How To Disable File Editing in WordPress

Disable File Editing The WordPress Dashboard by default allows administrators to edit PHP files, such as plugin and theme files. This is often the first tool an attacker will use if able to login, since it allows code execution. Wordpress has a constant to disable editing from Dashboard. Placing this line in wp-config.php is equivalent to removing the 'edit_themes', 'edit_plugins' and 'edit_files' capabilities of all users: define('DISALLOW_FILE_EDIT', true); This will not prevent an attacker from uploading malicious files to your site, but might stop some attacks.

How to Secure WordPress Configurtion File – wp-config.php

You can move the wp-config.php file to the directory above your WordPress install. This means for a site installed in the root of your webspace, you can store wp-config.php outside the web-root folder. Note: Some people assert that moving wp-config.php has minimal security benefits and, if not done carefully, may actually introduce serious vulnerabilities. Others disagree. Note that wp-config.php can be stored ONE directory level above the WordPress (where wp-includes resides) installation. Also, make sure that only you (and the web server) can read this file (it generally means a 400 or...