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Bitnami WordPress media upload issues

As seen on Bitnami’s forums: https://community.bitnami.com/t/permission-issue-could-not-upload-images-to-wp-content-uploads/30664 Connect to your site via ssh. Then check the uploads directory permissions. Then user the Bitnami user to fix permissions if necessary

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Can’t upload images in WordPress

This is awesome content as written by Fathi Arfaoui on the Trustiko website. Read more at https://trustiko.com/cannot-upload-images-in-wordpress-fix/ …Copyright (C) https://trustiko.com One of the most common problems in WordPress (as any other platform) is to get error messages when trying to upload images. This is a big challenge for starters who can’t find a quick solution. So, I’ll show why  Full Article…

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Get WP CLI to use MAMP’s version of PHP

I just set up WP CLI and it wasn’t working because I had MAMP installed. This advice fixed the issue at hand: [http://stackoverflow.com/questions/4145667/how-to-override-the-path-of-php-to-use-the-mamp-path/10653443#10653443] In your home folder /Users/David for exmaple, you can create a .bash_profile. In here you can export variables and then add them to your path. Open up the file to edit it  Full Article…

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Extract a zip file on a web server

Issue Many applications come pre-packaged in a compressed ZIP or TAR file. Instead of unpacking these files on your local computer and then uploading the many files via FTP you can upload the compressed file and extract the files directly on the server to save you time. Unfortunately Plesk doesn’t have a facility to do this  Full Article…

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Stuck with not way to log out of WordPress?

Simply add this onto the end of the website domain: /wp-login.php?action=logout Note: Because this url doesn’t have a nonce attached to it, the user will be asked if they are sure they want to logout before logging them out.

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Can’t connect via FTP with correct logins?

If you can’t connect to the server even if you have used the correct logins, you may have to make sure that you’ve set your FTP software to active mode. FTP connection to our cloud servers requires an active ftp mode. NOTE: This FTP setup is based on FileZilla (for Windows) configuration only. If you’re  Full Article…

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If you have no idea what you QNAP box is doing

Seen here on the QNAP support forum. Try to access your NAS via SSH On a Mac open up Terminal. ssh admin@192.168.0.6 [change the IP Address to suit] Use your password Type the following commands: (The output of these commands should tell you what is actually happening.) df -h cat /proc/mdstat dmesg | tail -n 50

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