Monthly Archives: January 2015

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10 01, 2015

How to Get Rid of /wordpress/ From your WordPress Site URL

2018-07-20T04:41:45+00:00By |Support, Wordpress|0 Comments

WordPress is very easy to install however sometimes beginners end up installing WordPress in a subdirectory instead of the root directory of their website, e.g.http://www.example.com/wordpress/ instead of http://www.example.com. If you accidentally installed WordPress in a subdirectory and now want to move it to the root directory, then you’re in the right place. In this article, [...]

5 01, 2015

MAGENTOLIVE UK BRINGS OVER 800 ATTENDEES TO LONDON

2018-07-20T04:41:45+00:00By |Events, Magento|0 Comments

More than 800 Magento merchants, partners, and enthusiasts made it out toMagentoLive UK 2016 for our biggest London event yet! Along with informative sessions and powerful networking opportunities, the event celebrated our momentum in Europe where we now have 53 clients in the IR Europe 500, more than any other provider in the region. “Our [...]

5 01, 2015

How to Prevent WordPress from Generating Image Sizes

2018-07-20T04:41:45+00:00By |Support, Wordpress|0 Comments

By default, WordPress generates three sizes of each image that you upload. Themes and plugins can generate additional image sizes which can easily push the number between 5 – 10. If you have a lot of image based content on your site, then after a while this may increase your storage needs and backup file [...]

2 01, 2015

How to Fix Error Too Many Redirects Issue in WordPress

2018-07-20T04:41:45+00:00By |Support, Wordpress|0 Comments

Running a self hosted WordPress.org site has a lot of benefits, but at times some easily solveable errors can irritate beginners. White screen of death, Internal server error, and some other common WordPress errors can be really stressing for new users. Recently a user pointed our attention to ‘Too Many Redirects’ error in WordPress. It [...]

1 01, 2015

Introduction to Sass for New WordPress Theme Designers

2018-07-20T04:41:45+00:00By |Support, Wordpress|0 Comments

As a new WordPress theme designer, you would quickly learn the challenges of maintaining long CSS files while keeping them organized, scalable, and readable. You will also learn that many designers and front-end developers recommend using a CSS preprocessor language like Sass or LESS. But what are these things? and how do you get started [...]