Read these articles to learn how to customize and optimize your WordPress installation.
There are certain scenarios where you may want to test WordPress using a temporary URL. This article shows you how.
If you are locked out of your WordPress administrator account and cannot use the e-mail password recovery feature, you can change the password manually in the database. This article shows you how.
Learn how to fix a problem that may occur when you try to add images to a WordPress post.
This article shows you how to optimize your WordPress installation by enabling caching and performance metrics.
CAPTCHA protection helps secure your WordPress site, and reduces the amount of spamming by bots and other malicious actors. Learn how to add CAPTCHAs to your site here.
There is a huge number of plugins available that you can use to extend WordPress' functionality. Learn how to use some of these plugins in these articles.
The WP-CLI tool enables you to do many WordPress administrative tasks from the command line, and you can also use it in cron jobs to automate tasks. Learn how here.
When you try to view a WordPress site, you may receive an "Error establishing a database connection" message. Learn how to resolve this problem in this article.
You can quickly and easily add an external RSS feed to your WordPress site. Learn how here.
Learn in this article how to determine which WordPress version a site is running.
Pingbacks and trackbacks are convenient ways to enable communication between blogs, but they can also lead to spam links on your site. Learn how to enable and disable these features in this article.
WordPress includes thousands of free themes that you can use to customize your web site's appearance. Learn how to install themes in this article.
Keeping a WordPress site updated is important for stability and security reasons. Learn how to update WordPress in this article.
Learn what to do when WordPress displays a blank page, also sometimes known as the "white screen of death."
Learn how to change the username for a WordPress account.
Learn how to manage WordPress comments using the WordPress administration interface, and how to delete bulk amounts of comments using phpMyAdmin.
Learn how to optimize the trash settings in WordPress in this article.
You can change the auto-save interval that WordPress uses to automatically save post edits. Learn how in this article.
You can easily change the settings that WordPress uses to display dates and times on your site, and this article shows you how.
You may receive a "Briefly unavailable for scheduled maintenance" message in your web browser when you try to view your WordPress site. Learn about this message and why it occurs in this article.
WordPress provides several settings that you can use to help debug themes, databases, and more. Learn about these settings in this article.
Learn how to enable maintenance mode in WordPress, and how to customize the page WordPress displays when it is in maintenance mode.
Learn how to configure a cron job for WordPress and ensure scheduled tasks and other features work in a timely manner.
You can schedule a WordPress post to be published automatically in the future, and this article shows you how.
Learn how to use Google Analytics with your WordPress site to obtain statistics about visitor traffic.
Learn how to use Piwik with your WordPress site to obtain statistics about visitor traffic.
You can easily protect a WordPress post page with a password to prevent casual visitors from accessing content.
Learn how configuring the permalink structure can make your WordPress site easier to use, and friendlier to search engines.
This article shows how you can quickly and easily optimize your WordPress installation using the A2 Optimized for WordPress plugin.
Learn how to migrate an existing WordPress site to your A2 Hosting account.
WordPress supports many different languages. Learn how to change the WordPress language in this article.
Learn how to change the WordPress e-mail notification settings for comments and comment moderation.
You can quickly and easily install WordPress on one of your account's subdomains, and this article shows you how.
Learn how to set up a dedicated testing environment (or "sandbox") that you can use to safely test and experiment with WordPress.
The WordPress heartbeat may cause performance issues. This article describes what the heartbeat is, and how you can configure it.
You have purchased and installed an SSL certificate, and now you want to use it with WordPress. This article shows you how.
This article discusses using APC or OPcache with WordPress.
If you use a caching plugin for WordPress, you may have to clear the cache occasionally, and this article shows you how.
Learn how to configure WordPress to send e-mail messages from your A2 Hosting account.
Learn how to configure WordPress to use two-factor authentication with the Clef plugin.
Learn how to use widgets in WordPress to quickly and easily add functionality to your site's sidebar.
Learn how you can add subscribers directly to your MailChimp mailing lists from WordPress.
If you are experiencing problems with WordPress, it can be hard to know where to start looking for solutions. This article is here to help.
Learn how to accelerate your WordPress site with the WP Rocket plugin.
You can use Softaculous to import a WordPress installation from another server, and this article shows you how.