How to Back Up WordPress

How to Back Up WordPress

WordPress Database Backup Log into cPanel. On the cPanel main page, find the section named “Databases”. Tip: By default the Databases section is located close to the bottom of the page. You can rearrange the individual sections and move this one to the top (just drag and drop). Personally, I use the Databases section most [more…]

wp-config.php Location

wp-config.php Location

wp-config.php is located in the root directory of WordPress – the same directory where you can see the three subdirectories wp-admin, wp-content and wp-includes, as well as several (normally about 15-20) other files, such as index.php, wp-login.php or wp-settings.php. If you don’t have anything else in that directory (other than the WordPress files), it should [more…]

wp-config.php Missing / Not Found

wp-config.php Missing / Not Found

First of all, if you have a brand new WordPress website and can’t find wp-config.php, don’t panic – it’s nothing wrong or unusual or unexpected. When you download WordPress from wordpress.org/download/ and upload the files to your server, the wp-config.php file is not included and must be added manually. This is different from how it [more…]

How to Create a wp-config.php File

How to Create a wp-config.php File

This is a step-by-step guide to creating the wp-config.php file to make your WordPress site work. In order to be quick and easy to follow even for inexperienced users, it only covers the very basics needed for the website to work. For more advanced settings, tips and troubleshooting, see wp-config.php – All You Need to [more…]

wp-config.php – All You Need to Know and More

This page has the ambition to become the ultimate guide to creating, modifying, protecting and troubleshooting your wp-config file (it’s a work in progress and if you have any feedback, comments or suggestions, please let us know – it’s quick). If you are a less experienced WordPress user and only want a quick and easy [more…]

Excel ABS Function

Excel ABS Function

What It Does The ABS function returns the absolute value of a number. What Is Absolute Value? + Examples Using simple language, absolute value of a number is the same number without a minus sign. For some people it is easiest to think of absolute value as a number’s distance from zero. In other words, [more…]