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Are You Sure You Want to Do This Error in WordPress

This article will guide you on how to go about fixing "Are You Sure You Want to Do This" Error in WordPress. 

Critical errors damage your website's credibility, usability and accessibility. An important part of website optimization is therefore to detect critical errors and correct them as quickly as possible. The most common critical errors include server errors, broken pages, and broken images.

To fix WordPress #errors:

1. Check Your .htaccess File.

2. Switch To The Default Theme. If you are seeing the 500 Internal Server Error message, then you probably can't access the dashboard.

3. Increase #Memory Limit.

4. Deactivate All Your #WordPress #Plugins.

To get rid of warnings in WordPress:

i. Access your website by clicking the “public_html” folder in the directory.

ii. Select the wp-config.

iii. Click the “Edit” button on the new window.

iv. You may see “true” instead of false.

v. Click the “Save Changes” button in the top right.

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Common Image Issues in WordPress

This article will help you #fix some of the most common #image issues in #WordPress. 

If your Media Library is loading but not showing images, there are two primary causes: an incompatible plugin, and improper file permissions. 

Testing #plugins follows the same advice as above, and if they're not the cause, file permissions may be.

To fix image size in WordPress:

1. Navigate to your WordPress admin dashboard.

2. Go to Settings - Media.

3. In Media Settings, edit the width and height dimensions to suit your values.

4. Click Save Changes to confirm.

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Image Upload Issue in WordPress

This article will guide you on resolve Image Upload #Issue in WordPress. You will also learn its causes and how you can prevent this error in the future.

If your Media Library is loading but not showing images, there are two primary causes: an incompatible plugin, and improper file permissions. Testing plugins follows the same advice as above, and if they're not the cause, file permissions may be.

To Fix Common Image #SEO Issues in #WordPress:

1. #Upload an image in png or JPG format.

2. Align Image to the Left or Right.

3. Caption uploaded images.

4. Display Photos in Columns and Rows.

5. Create Responsive Gallery.

6. Set Features Image.

7. Add Cover Image for WordPress Pages and Posts.

8. Fix Twice Appearing Featured Image.

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Nagios migration to new Linux server

This article will guide you on steps to #migrate Nagios server to a new Linux server. Nagios provides complete monitoring of #applications and application state – including #Windows applications, #Linux applications, #UNIX applications, and #Web applications.

Main benefits of #Nagios:

1. Increased server, services, process, and application availability.

2. Fast detection of network and server outages and protocol failures.

3. Fast detection of failed servers, services, processes and batch jobs.

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Using CSF firewall to block countries

This article will guide you on how to block/allow countries in the CSF #firewall. CSF is used to restrict or allow countrywide IP ranges in the server using the country codes. For every country you want to deny, you just enter those letters in the field (separated by a comma). Once you're done, scroll to the bottom of the page and click CHANGE. This will restart the firewall, and you're now all set to go.

ConfigServe Firewall (#CSF) is a firewall configuration script created to provide better security for your server while giving you an easy to use and advanced interface for managing your #firewall settings in cPanel servers.

To limit the ability to connect on a specific port or ports to visitors with IP addresses originating in a specific country or countries, you must:

1. close the ports in the firewall.

2. define the country code allowed to connect on those blocked ports.

3. specify the blocked #ports to be opened for the specified country.

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Install SSL Certificate in IIS 7

This article will guide you on steps to #install SSL Certificate in IIS 7 #windows 2008 server. 

IIS (Internet Information Services) is used to host ASP.NET web applications and static #websites. It can also be used as an #FTP server, host WCF services, and be extended to host #web #applications built on other platforms such as #PHP. There are built-in authentication options such as Basic, ASP.NET, and Windows auth.

To install a certificate in Windows Server:

i. In the left pane of the console, double-click #Certificates (Local Computer). 

ii. Right-click Personal, point to All Tasks, and then select Import. 

iii. On the Welcome to the Certificate Import Wizard page, select Next. 

iv. On the File to Import page, select Browse, locate your certificate file, and then select Next.

To enable SSL in IIS:

1. On the #IIS server, start the IIS Manager (on the Windows taskbar, select Start > Administrative Tools > Internet Information Services (IIS) Manager).

2. Enabling SSL in IIS

3. In Type, select https.

4. In SSL certificate, select an appropriate certificate from available choices.

5. Click OK.

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