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How to Change the WordPress Featured Image Size

As we have discussed in another article, the featured image (the thumbnail) is a very useful part of the components of your blog. It not only helps your site become more visually appealing but also...

How to Fix WordPress HTTP Error 500

When you learn the basics of WordPress and how to build a website, you will eventually encounter various technical errors. For example, you can stumble upon 404 Page Not Found and 503 Server...

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How to Fix Error 406 Not Acceptable in WordPress

Although Error 406 Not Acceptable is not as common as Error 404 page not found, there’s still a chance that you can stumble upon it when working on your site. Since this is a 4xx error message, it indicates that something’s wrong with the client side of the...

How to Fix 403 Forbidden Error in WordPress

When WordPress runs into an issue, it displays an error message. Such is the case with errors 400 Bad Request, 401 Unauthorized, 404 Page Not Found, and 429 Too Many Requests. This is also the case with 403 Forbidden error message. The common thing between all these...

How to Fix Error 405 Method Not Allowed in WordPress (5 Quick Fixes)

Method not allowed is an error message that WordPress displays in a very specific situation – your web browser has requested access to one of your web pages, the server has received and recognized this request, but rejects it. In short, Error 405 message points to a...

How to Fix Error 401 Unauthorized in WordPress (7 Methods)

  If you see the Error 401 Unauthorized message on your WordPress website, don’t panic. There are a few quick fixes that can get your pages up and running. When learning how to build a website, it is highly likely that you will stumble upon various error...

How To Fix 400 Bad Request Error in WordPress

400 Bad Request, a.k.a. 400 Error, is a client error message that can appear on your WordPress website on several occasions. Unlike Error 503 Service Unavailable, Bad Request is a client-side error, which means that there is an issue with the request that you sent to...

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