SSL certificate problem: unable to get local issuer certificate

While installing WordPress plugin or upgrading WordPress from your WordPress admin area, you may receive an error related to SSL certificate. You may receive following error or similar error message in your WordPress admin area: Download failed.: SSL certificate problem: unable to get local issuer certificate There could be many reasons for such error but […]

Add an admin account in WordPress via MySQL

There can be times when your WordPress admin user is hijacked or your account is locked out accidental. In such case, you may need to add a new admin user for your WordPress installation. In this article, we will consider that you have cPanel hosting control panel. However the steps can also work for you […]

How to fix WordPress blank page issue

WordPress is a powerful blogging tool as well as it can be used for CMS as well by using third party plugins and themes. The most common issue with WordPress is blank page issue. There are many root causes for WordPress blank page. Today we will discuss all possible issue which can cause WordPress blank […]

Deactivate WordPress Plugins using phpMyAdmin

We can deactivate WordPress plugins from WordPress admin area but if you are installing any plugin and your admin area stopped working, you can disable WordPress plugin directly from your WordPress database. In this article, we will explain how to deactivate WordPress plugin from MySQL database using phpMyAdmin. Before you perform this steps, make sure […]

Error loading stylesheet Google XML Sitemaps plugin

Error loading stylesheet Google XML Sitemaps If you are using WordPress plugin Google XML Sitemaps, you may receive the following error while accessing your sitemap without WWW (http://yourwebsite.com/sitemap.xml): Error loading stylesheet: An unknown error has occurred (805303f4) However you can access the same sitemap using WWW (http://www.yourwebsite.com/sitemap.xml). How to fix this problem? Easy way to […]

WordPress Fatal error: Allowed memory size of xxx bytes exhausted while upgrading WordPress

You might have received the error stating that “Fatal error: Allowed memory size of xxx bytes exhausted (tried to allocate xxxx bytes) in some-file.php on line xxx” while upgrading you WordPress version. The reason is that while executing PHP file, it exceeds allowed PHP memory on the server. Generally this happens if the value for […]