Why Choose WordPress as an Enterprise CMS?

WordPress is the world’s most popular content management system (CMS). It powers over 40% of all websites and more than 64% of those that use a CMS. It’s easy to use and customize. But is it the best option for enterprise websites? 

WordPress continues to grow in popularity as large companies realize its capabilities for building a robust site that can scale with their needs. But if you want to use WordPress for enterprise, it’s essential to understand how it works. It’s also worth exploring examples of how you can use the CMS, along with some plugins and hosting options you can leverage. 

In this post, we’ll discuss what to expect from the WordPress enterprise ecosystem, its benefits, and the best WordPress plugins to use. We’ll also cover real-world examples of WordPress enterprise sites and wrap up with frequently asked questions (FAQs).

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What is WordPress? How to Use Today’s Most Powerful CMS

If you’re looking to build a website, you’ve probably run across information on WordPress, the most popular content management system (CMS) on the web. But what exactly is WordPress? What can you create with it? And how can you build a site using its tools?

Let’s take a look at the answers to all of those questions, plus a few more.

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How to Check and Increase Your WordPress Memory Limit

If you have a WordPress site, it’s important that you have enough memory allocated to run the software smoothly. Depending on your site’s size and complexity, you may need to increase it. However, before you do, you’ll need to determine your current memory limit.

In this article, we’ll show you how to check your current WordPress memory limit and how to increase it if necessary, as well as answer some of the most frequently asked questions about WordPress memory limits.

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Top 11 Must-Have WordPress Plugins That Are Essential in 2022

The right combination of WordPress plugins can supercharge your website, add useful functionality, and provide a great experience for you and your visitors. But with nearly 60,000 plugins in the official plugin repository, it can be difficult to know which to choose. So to help with finding the perfect plugins for your website, we’ve put together the best WordPress plugins in 2022.

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How to Fix the “Your PHP Installation Appears to be Missing the MySQL Extension Which is Required by WordPress” Error

WordPress is one of the most versatile and robust content management systems (CMSs) out there. Still, you may occasionally run into some issues when using it. One of those is an error informing you that “your PHP installation appears to be missing the MySQL extension which is required by WordPress.”

The good news is that this is a relatively straightforward problem with a handful of quick and easy solutions. Once you understand what the error means and the common causes of it, you’ll be better prepared to resolve it and prevent it from happening again. 

Below, we’ll explain what the WordPress MySQL extension error is and some of its common causes. Then, we’ll walk you through how to fix the problem as well as how to prevent it from happening again. 

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How to Find, Access, and Edit functions.php in WordPress

If you’re just getting started with WordPress development, one of the most important files you should familiarize yourself with is the functions.php file. There are actually three possible functions.php files that you might use on your WordPress website, and each plays a different role. Knowing where these files live, what their purpose is, and how and when to modify them will help you when troubleshooting issues and give you more control over your site’s functionality.

In this article, we’ll cover everything you need to know about WordPress functions.php files. You’ll learn what functions.php does and how to find and edit it. We’ll even include a few useful code snippets to try out. 

You can start at the beginning and read through or jump to a specific section using the table of contents below:

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How to Manage WordPress Comments (+ 8 Best Plugins)

Comment sections are often seen as a standard feature for websites and blogs. They can be great for engagement and provide vital feedback about your content, but they also require good management and moderation.

Whether you’ve decided to allow them on your posts or not, it’s essential that you know how to implement, manage, and disable comments in WordPress. To help you become a pro at WordPress comment settings, we’ve put together an extensive guide that covers what comments are, where to find them, how to manage them, and how to prevent comment spam. We also give our top picks for the best WordPress comment plugins.  

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How to Create a Custom Login Page in WordPress (3 Methods)

By default, the login page seen by visitors on your site is the same as the one used by admins. While this page is functional, its design is very basic, with a lot of white space and the WordPress logo front and center. It doesn’t do much to support your branding or offer visitors a user-friendly experience.

Creating a custom login page is a relatively easy improvement you can make to your WordPress site. Depending on the kind of site you run, many of your visitors may interact with this page at some point, so a custom WordPress login page presents an opportunity to improve their experience.

In this article, we’ll talk about the advantages of a WordPress custom login page, cover several methods for creating one, and explore some best practices for user experience and security.

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How to Find, Access, & Edit wp-config.php in WordPress

What is wp-config.php in WordPress?

The wp-config.php file is a WordPress installation core file containing the details of your website’s most crucial configuration settings. The prefix ‘wp’ stands for ‘WordPress,’ ‘config’ is short for ‘configuration,’ and the file type ‘.php’ indicates the type of code contained in the file — PHP. 

Without wp-config.php, your website simply wouldn’t function. WordPress requires this file, most importantly, to connect to your database where information like WordPress settings, post content, theme and plugin settings, and user data is all stored. Not only is wp-config.php the bridge between your site’s files and your database, it also allows you to include security keys; change table prefixes; relocate core WordPress file folders like wp-plugins, wp-uploads, and wp-content; and perform other advanced configurations.

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What is a WordPress Child Theme? + How to Create & Use One

One of the best parts of using WordPress is that you’re free to choose from thousands of themes. Even better, you can fully customize your chosen option, right down to modifying its code. But if you’re going to make significant changes to a theme, you’ll need to know how WordPress child themes work.

A child theme is a “copy” that you can use to add any customizations to a WordPress theme. Using a child theme prevents you from losing your custom settings if you update the parent theme (which should happen often!).

In this article, we’ll explain what a WordPress child theme is and when to use it. We’ll then show you how to create a child theme in WordPress step by step, customize it, and more. 

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