GTmetrix is a free online website performance testing tool. We can use this tool to identify and fix issues with our websites like page load speed and web page size. But, what if we have ads on our website from Google AdSense or Ezoic and we want to test the speed and performance of the website without the ads? In this post, we will show you how to do this without turning off the ads on the website itself.
When we create a blog in Blogger, we can select from a variety of templates. Some of them will have the NavBar widget, which is a small navigation bar that appears at the top of the blog page. In this post, we will learn how to remove the Blogger Navbar from the website.
Recently I had to save a large number of links containing images from a website and clicking on each link that opened the image in the new tab and saving it took too much time, so I was wondering if there is a better and faster alternative to it. In both Chrome & Firefox, we have the "Save Link as" option in the context menu which makes it a bit faster, but there is also a keyboard shortcut available for it that really speeds up the task.
The other day I wanted to install a WordPress plugin on a website hosted on my Windows local development machine. Still, the plugin complained that it needs the cURL extension enabled on the
php.ini configuration file. This seemed like an easy problem to solve, but after modifying the
php.ini file, I was still getting the "curl not found" error. This article will show two different ways to make the cURL extension work on the Windows system.
A few months ago, when I installed MySQL server on Windows 10 to run WordPress locally, I chose to have the database files on my main SSD drive. As it was slowly filling up, I decided to migrate the MySQL database files to another drive. I assumed all I needed to do is to update a path for datadir option in
my.ini configuration file, but that didn't work. After the database location move, starting the MySQL server gave me the 10061 error "Can't connect to MySQL server" error. Luckily, the fix was quite simple.
When writing drafts for my blog posts, I prefer to use offline blog authoring editors. First, I used Windows Live Writer, part of Windows Essential, but after it reached the end of support in 2017, I installed PHP, Apache, MySQL on my local machine, to publish the drafts to my local WordPress site for further processing. The problem was that the "Open Live Writer" was not letting me add a blog account. It was giving me an error message about Invalid Server Response. In this article, I will show you what I tried and what fixed the issue.