One third of all companies fail in their first two years of life: that is a fact, and small businesses are no exception. We’re not going to sweeten things, it’s a worrying statistic. However, if you are launching a small business, there is one thing you can do that will only help your chances of finding success: making your business website as effective as possible.
The 500 server error is an HTTP status code that we can see on our web pages that tells us that the server failed to complete a valid request because the source code is wrong or the web server is unable to execute the request. It usually manifests on a blank page that the web server has configured by default. Here, we present How to fix 500 internal server error in WordPress.
Most photography artists enjoy nothing of the commercial part of their activity, which is not a surprise after all nobody pays you for the time you spend looking for new business opportunities. As a freelancer, getting clients on the phone is not only a long process. It can also end your nerves. Here, we will step-by-step guide on how to create a photography website.
Are you trying to upload photos in the media-> library of images of your wordpress and you see a broken photo image or just the name of the image? Then you have a problem that is very easy to solve. The problem is that they upload the images well but do not show correctly, they seem broken. Once you get inside the WordPress control panel everything seems right. Now, fix the WordPress images not displaying error.
One of the most recurrent errors in WordPress is the problem of the ugly failure that is shown when you can not upload an image, caused by several possible culprits and, consequently, with different possible solutions. The most common error is because your site does not support files larger than the default defined. It will show an ugly message.
You are looking for something in Google, or you come across a post on social networks and, when you click on it, you will see an “HTTP error 404” or “File Not Found” notice instead of the content you were expecting to see. Has it ever happened to you? The truth is that this is something very annoying. But, unfortunately, more common than you imagine.