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Troubleshooting

Finding out which database WordPress is using

18th October, 2015 by in Troubleshooting

If you’re unsure on what database your WordPress website is using, you can ascertain this information by viewing one of the main WordPress configuration files. Browse the wp-config.php File In your WordPress files on your server, there is a file named wp-config.php where you can review your WordPress database connection...

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Changing your WordPress Admin Password

13th July, 2015 by in Troubleshooting

If you need to change your WordPress admin password but you do not have access to the WordPress admin section, you can change it via either three methods – Softaculous, phpMyAdmin or by editing the WordPress functions.php file. Change the Password via Softaculous If you installed your WordPress website via...

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WordPress is showing Forbidden 403 on login

14th April, 2015 by in Troubleshooting

If you are trying to log into your WordPress website and you are seeing a ‘Forbidden 403‘ error message, this means that automatic ‘brute force’ protection has been invoked to stop any further attempts at logging in. This is a security precaution and could have been inadvertently triggered if you...

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