Manuel Ballesta Ruiz

Sep 212018
 

Remove All In One WP Security Database Tables shows you how to search for the plugins tables in the corresponding database for your site.

This tutorial shows you how to search your sites database for aiowps entries in the tables using phpMyAdmin.

Follow the instructions below to begin the process:

– FTP to your host and delete the plugin’s folder. Although this is normally carried out when you deactivate and delete the plugin as the website administrator.

– FTP the .htaccess file from your site to your computer and edit and remove all the code between and including the following tags: Make sure you upload the .htaccess file back into the same location you downloaded the file from via FTP.

# BEGIN All In One WP Security
# END All In One WP Security

– Log into phpMyAdmin and locate the database for the website you are working on. Look for any table entry with the following name aiowps and delete those tables. There should be 6 tables associated with this plugin, in addition to the options settings. There will also be other entries for transients and plugin version etc. The following is a list of tables and entries found in the database.

| aiowps_events |
| aiowps_failed_logins |
| aiowps_global_meta |
| aiowps_login_activity |
| aiowps_login_lockdown |
| aiowps_permanent_block |
| commentmeta |
| comments |

-There are other aiowps settings saved in the WordPress “options” table, under the option name “aio_wp_security_configs”. You should also delete the “aio_wp_security_configs” row in the options table.

The instructions below show you how to search your database for any aiowps entries found.

Requirement:

  • Access to your server’s phpMyAdmin.

Remove All In One WP Security Database Tables

Important: Before you begin, make sure you create a database backup of your site. Just in case something goes wrong.

Step 1 ) Log into your server and run phpMyAdmin. Located the database for the site in question as illustrated below. In this example the database in question is word492.

Note: You might have more than one database running in your server. So make sure you select the correct database.

all-in-one-wp-security-firewall-phpmyadmin

Step 2 ) When I click on word492 database, I can start searching for the plugins tables. In the following image, you can see straight away some plugin’s tables that are safe to delete.

Tables Safe To Delete

| aiowps_events |
| aiowps_failed_logins |
| aiowps_global_meta |
| aiowps_login_activity |
| aiowps_login_lockdown |
| aiowps_permanent_block |

For following two tables need further investigation. Another words don’t delete them. You need to search inside for any entries related to aiowps.

Investigate Tables Further

| commentmeta |
| comments |

all-in-one-wp-security-firewall-delete-phpmyadmin-tables

phpMyAdmin Search Options

Step 3 ) The following image shows you how to search your database for any entries that have the following word aiowps. Please make sure you carry out the following steps.

Searching Steps:

  • Enter the following word aiowps in the field as illustrated in the image below.
  • Under Find: select at lease one of the words. I find this to be the best option in this case.
  • Under Inside tables: Select Select all. Make sure all tables are selected in the database.
  • Finally click on Go button to begin the search.

search-all-in-one-wp-security-firewall-phpmyadmin-options-table

phpMyAdmin Search Criteria Displayed

Step 4 ) The following image shows you 5 entries found in the following table wp_options. Click on Browse link to view all the entries found.

Note: In your case the search might show more than 5 entries found.

search-results-all-in-one-wp-security-firewall-phpmyadmin-options-table

Step 5 ) The following image shows you the 5 entries found. If the options name have the following name values aio or aiowps, then you can safely delete them. Otherwise you need to edit and search for any entries with a the following values name aio or aiowps.

The following image shows you the Edit link you need to click on to begin searching. In this tutorial, the following option_name needed to be searched.

Search Inside

  • _site_transient_update_plugins
  • _transient_plugin_slugs
  • cron = For cron jobs, you might want to use one of the following plugins Manage WordPress Cron Jobs to delete the cron job from your site. This is much safer than working in phpMyAdmin.

Note: In your case you might have more entries to search.

all-in-one-wp-security-firewall-phpmyadmin-options-names

I hope the above tutorial helps you remove all entries from your database.

Click on the following link Troubleshooting to continue configuring the plugins settings.

If you have any questions please let me know. I will be updating this post from time to time. So keep coming back for the latest.

Enjoy.

All In One WP Security & Firewall Tutorials List:

Sep 072018
 

WordPress Simple Membership Partial Section Protection Addon shows you how to partially protect the content in a post or page for membership levels.

The following instructions show you how to partial protect a section in a post or page. You can also protect a section of a post or page for one or more membership levels. What that means is that the members that belong to the membership level that you specify in the shortcode will be able to view the content. All other members will receive a different message letting them know why they can’t see the protected content.

This tutorial only shows you one particular shortcode combination. By learning how to use this combination you will also understand how the other combinations work. There are many different combinations you can use in the shortcode. The information provided in the link below will show you all the possible combinations currently available in the addon.

What You Need:

WordPress Simple Membership Partial Section Protection Addon

Note: When you want to use partial protection on a post or page, you should not protect the full post or the category that the post belongs to. When you apply category protection for a category, all the posts in that category is fully protected (category protection overrides any other protection in the post).

Step 1 ) Once you have installed the addon you will be able to start to partially protect different sections in your posts and pages. The following image shows you an example of using one of the many shortcodes provided by the addon mentioned above.

The message below is letting you know the following.

  • The section is protected using the shortcode [swpm_protected][/swpm_protected]
  • Only membership level 2 can view the content using the following paremeter for=”2″.
  • The content is formatted nicely using the parameter format_protected_msg=”1″.

[swpm_protected for="2" format_protected_msg="1"]

Whatever content goes here is only visible to members who belong to the membership level 2.


[/swpm_protected]

Step 1-a ) The following image shows you the above shortcode added to a post.

simple-membership-partial-section-protection-addon

Message Displayed For None Members

Step 2 ) The following image shows you the message displayed when visitors land on a page that is partially protected and requires members to log in to view the content.

Message Displayed For None Members

  • This content is for members only.

simple-membership-partial-section-protection-message-for-none-members

Message Displayed For Wrong Membership Levels

Step 3 ) The following image shows you the message displayed when members are logged in but do not belong to membership level 2.

Message For Incorrect Membership Level

  • Your membership level does not have permission to view this content.

simple-membership-partial-section-protection-message-for-wrong-members-level

Message Displayed For Correct Membership Level

Step 4 )  The following image shows you the protected content displayed to a member who logged in and belongs to membership level 2. This is the content mentioned in Step 1 ) above.

simple-membership-partial-section-protection-message-for-correct-members-level

Troubleshooting Tips

Q1 )  I don’t see the protected content when I log into the page?

Solution: Make sure your membership level is set up correctly for the member in question. Please check the following URL WordPress Simple Membership Levels Settings to learn more about membership levels.

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That is how simple it is to protect different sections in a post or page using the addon mentioned above.

If you have any questions please let me know. I will be updating this tutorial from time to time.

Enjoy.

Simple Membership Plugin Tutorial List:

Sep 052018
 

WordPress Simple PayPal Shopping Cart Advanced Settings shows you how to setup and configure PayPal Smart Checkout Settings and more.

Last Updated: September 6, 2018

The following instructions shows you how to set up and configure PayPal Smart Checkout Settings. You will also learn how to change the button shape, color and much more. By enabling this option you are allowing your customers to choose an alternative method of payment.

WordPress Simple PayPal Shopping Cart Advanced Settings

Step 1 ) Go to Simple Cart -> Settings -> Advanced Settings to set up the following options as illustrated in the following image.

wp-simple-paypal-shopping-cart-advanced-settings-new

PayPal Smart Checkout Settings

Step 2 ) The following image PayPal Smart Checkout Settings allows you to set up the following options.

PayPal Smart Checkout Settings

  • Enable PayPal Smart Checkout
  • Live Client ID
  • Live Secret
  • Sandbox Client ID
  • Sandbox Secret
  • Disable Standard PayPal Checkout

wp-simple-paypal-shopping-cart-adanced-smart-checkout-settings

Button Appearance Settings

Step 3 ) The following image Button Appearance Settings allows you to set up the following options.

Button Appearance Settings

Size

  • Medium
  • Large
  • Responsive

Color

  • Gold
  • Blue
  • Silver
  • Black

Shape

  • Rectangular
  • Pill

Layout

  • Vertical
  • Horizontal

wp-simple-paypal-shopping-cart-advanced-button-settings

Additional Settings

Step 4 ) The following image Additional Settings allows you to set up the following options.

Additional Settings

  • PayPal Credit
  • ELV
  • Disable Standard PayPal Checkout
  • Click on Update Options button when you finish completing the settings.

wp-simple-paypal-shopping-cart-additional-adanced-settings

That is how simple it is to configure the advance settings in the plugin.

Click on the following link Email Settings to complete the next part of the tutorial.

I will be updating this post from time to time. So keep coming back for more.

Enjoy.

WordPress Simple PayPal Shopping Cart List

Aug 102018
 

WordPress Admin Menu Tools post helps you run a few tools included with WordPress. These tools need to be installed after setting up WordPress.

The following list of tools are available for you by WordPress to help you manage your site further. The default tools available when you first install WordPress will be more than enough for most of you. In some cases you will need to search the WordPress repository for other tools “plugins”.

WordPress Admin Menu Tools

Step 1 ) Go to Tools as illustrated in the following image to run the following tools while logged in as an administrator.

WordPress Tools

  • Available Tools
  • Import
  • Export
  • Export Personal Data
  • Erase Personal Data

Step 2 ) Click on Tools -> Available Tools as illustrated in the following image to view the tools available. In the following image you can click on the following link Categories and Tags Converter.

wordpress-tools-available

Import Tools

Step 3 ) Click on Tools -> Import as illustrated in the following image to view the tools available for importing. In the following image you can see the following list of tools you can install in your site.

Import Tools List 1

  • Blogger
  • Blogroll
  • Categories and Tags Converter
  • LiveJournal
  • Movable Type and Typepad

wordpress-tools-import-part1

Step 3-a ) The following image displays a list of tools you can install in your site.

Import Tools List 2

  • RSS
  • Tumblr
  • WordPress
  • If you can’t find the tools you need for your site you can always click on the following link Search the plugin directory to search for more tools.

wordpress-toos-import-part2

Export Tools

Step 4 ) Click on Tools -> Export as illustrated in the following image to select what data to export.

Note: In this example some of the content data is added by other plugins. In your case you will have different content displayed.

Export Tools Options

  • All content
  • Posts = WordPress default
  • Pages = WordPress default
  • Ads = Added by a plugin
  • Pricing Tables = Added by a plugin
  • Ad Packs = Added by a plugin
  • Membership Packs = Added by a plugin
  • Orders = Added by a plugin
  • Media = WordPress default
  • Click on Download Export File button when you are ready to export your data.

wordpress-tools-export

Export Personal Data

Step 5 ) Click on Tools -> Export Personal data as illustrated in the following image to select what data to export.

wordpress-tools-export-personal-data

Erase Personal Data

Step 6 ) Click on Tools -> Erase Personal Data as illustrated in the following image to select what data to erase.

wordpress-tools-erase-personal-data

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The tools mentioned above should help you manage your WordPress site better.

I will update this tutorial from time to time. Make sure you come back for the latest updates.

If you have any questions please let me know.

Enjoy.

Aug 072018
 

WordPress TinyMCE Advanced Plugin Settings post shows you the different options and buttons you can enable in the plugin to improve the tinymce editor.

Most people nowadays have used a word processor to type e-mails or documents. WordPress visual and html editors works in the same way as a word processor. The visual editor works like a WYSIWYG “What You See Is What You Get” editor. The html editor works in raw plain text format. No visual formatting is displayed when using the html editor. Everything you type is displayed in plain raw text format.

In this post you will learn about the different buttons available in the plugin to improve TinyMCE. Enabling the buttons will improve the visual and html editor. To enable the buttons or remove them, all you have to do is drag them between the rows.

TinyMCE Advanced changelog version 4.8.0

  • Updated for WordPress 4.9.8 and TinyMCE 4.8.0.

Note: You might like to check the following URL TinyMCE to learn more about WordPress TinyMCE editor.

What You Need:

WordPress TinyMCE Advanced Plugin Settings

Step 1 ) Go to Settings -> TinyMCE Advanced -> Editor Settings to begin adding and removing buttons and enabling the plugins options.

Step 2 ) The following image Editor Settings displays the default TinyMCE Advanced buttons added to the editor when you first install the plugin.

Note: To enable the buttons or remove them, all you have to do is drag them between the rows.

TinyMCE Advanced Default Buttons

  • Enable the editor menu.

Top Menu

  • File
  • Edit
  • View
  • Insert
  • Format
  • Tools
  • Table

First Row

  • Paragraph
  • Bold
  • Italic
  • Bulleted List
  • Numbered List
  • Blockquotes
  • Align left
  • Align center
  • Align right
  • Insert/edit link
  • Remove link
  • Undo
  • Redo

Second Row

  • Font Family
  • Font Sizes
  • Decrease indent
  • Increase indent
  • Paste as text
  • Clear formatting
  • Special character
  • Insert Read More tag
  • Text color
  • Table
  • Keyboard Shortcuts

tinymce-advanced-editor-settings

Unused Buttons

Step 3 ) The following image Unused Buttons illustrates all the buttons currently not used. You can see there are plenty of buttons for you to choose from to help you edit your posts and pages.

Unused Buttons

  • Underline, Strikethrough, Justify
  • Formats, Cut, Copy
  • Paste, Subsript, Superscript
  • Horizontal line, Insert/edit image, Print
  • Anchor, Find and Replace, Show blocks
  • Show invisible characters, Source code, Code
  • Fullscreen, Insert date/time, Insert/edit video
  • Nonebreaking space, Left to right, Right to left
  • Emoticons, Background color, Toolbar toggle
  • Page break, Mark

tinymce-advanced-editor-settings-unused-buttons

Options

Step 4 ) The following image Options allows you to enable the following options.

Options

  • Line Style Options
  • Context Menu
  • Alternative link dialog
  • Font sizes

tinymce-advanced-editor-settings-options

Advanced Options

Step 5 ) The following image Advanced Options allows you to enable the following options. Please make sure that you carefully read what each option does.

Advanced Options

  • Create CSS classes menu.
  • Keep paragraph tags.
  • Enable pasting of image source.

tinymce-advanced-editor-settings-advanced-options

Administration

Step 6 ) The following image Administration allows you to enable the following options.

Settings import and export

  • Click on Export Settings button to export your settings.
  • Click on Import Settings button to import your settings.

Enable the editor enhancements for:

  • The main editor (Add New and Edit posts and pages)
  • Other editors in wp-admin
  • Editors on the front end of the site

Administration

  • Click on Restore Default Settings button to revert back to the default settings.
  • Click on Save Changes button to save your settings when you are finish configuring the plugin.

tinymce-advanced-editor-settings-administration

That is how simple it is to set up TinyMCE Advanced plugin.

To learn more about the visual editor, click on the following URL WordPress Posts Text Formatting Alignment.

If you have any questions please let me know.

Enjoy.

Aug 032018
 

How Affiliates Link To Your Site Using HTML Snippets post shows you how the affiliates link to your site using a html snippet.

Last Updated: August 30, 2018

Lastes News: I have update the documentation.

The following tutorial shows you how the affiliates can link to your site via the html snippet. Once the affiliate logs into their account, they will have access to the dashboard with a few tabs. One of those tabs name is Affiliate Links. This tabs displays all the different affiliated links “Creative Links” available for the affiliates to add to their site.

How Affiliates Link To Your Site Using HTML Snippets

Step 1 ) The following image Affiliate Login displays the login widget the affiliates use to log into their affiliate account in your site.

wordpress-affiliates-login-widget-new

Step 2 ) Once the affiliate is logged in, they will see the following Stores Affiliates dashboard. They click on Affiliate Links tab as illustrated in the following image, to view the affiliated links that are available. They can also generate custom URL links.

wordpress-affiliates-manager-affiliated-links-menu-tab-new

Step 3 ) The following image illustrates an example of different links available. These links can be used by the affiliate to add to their site.

Note: In your site the affiliate links will be different.

Affiliate Links Avaiable

  • Affiliate ID link = In this example the affiliate ID link is  http://localhost/wordpress/?wpam_id=1. The URL is http://localhost/wordpress/, the ID for this affiliate is id=1, the code that is added to the URL is ?wpam_id=1.
  • default creative = This is a test type link.
  • Bonsai Trees = This is a test type link.

wordpress-affiliates-manager-affiliated-links-available

Referral URL Generator

Step 4 ) The following image Referral URL Generator the affiliate can generate a referral URL from any link typed.

Step 5 ) In the following image Bonsai Trees link is clicked. In this tutorial this is the link that the affiliate will add to their site.

wordpress-affiliates-manager-affiliated-link-bonsai-trees

Step 6 ) After clicking Bonsai Trees creative link above, the following information is displayed.

Note: In your site the information will be different for each individual creative link.

Creative Link Information

  • You can see a Preview button. This allows the affiliate to preview the creative link.
  • Your affiliated-specific HTML snippet = This is the html code that needs to be copied and paste into a page, post or widget. This is the affiliated link that will link to your site.
  • Link Text = Bonsai Trees is the text that will be linked and displayed in the site when adding the html snippet.
  • Alt Test = A great list of bonsai trees, this is the text that is displayed when you move your mouse over the linked text Bonsai Tress and it is also good for SEO.

wordpress-affiliates-manager-affiliated-link-bonsai-tree-html-snippet

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That is how an affiliate can link to your site via the html snippet.

If you have any questions please let me know.

Enjoy.

WP Affiliates Manager Tutorials List

Aug 022018
 

Test WP Files Integrity Using Health Check Plugin Tools post shows you how to run a file integrity test in your site and more using a couple of tools.

The following tools are very basic but are very important. They will check to make sure the integrity of your WordPress installations core files are correct and not corrupted. You will also be able to test the e-mail functionality of your site using wp_mail() function.

There are other tools you can use to troubleshoot issues you come across in your site but for most of you running the basic test is more than enough and a starting point. Anything beyond that would require a developer and or someone with plenty of WordPress knowledge.

Health Check Tutorials:

Test WP Files Integrity Using Health Check Plugin Tools

Step 1 ) Go to Dashboard -> Health Check -> Tools as illustrated in the following image to run a couple of tools.

Health Check Tools

  • File Integrity
  • Mail Check

health-check-tools

File Integrity

Step 2 ) The following image allows you to click on Check the Files Integrity button to run a check on all core files.

health-check-tools-files-integrity

Mail Check

Step 3 ) The following image allows you to test if the mail sending option in your site is working.

Mail Check Options

  • E-mail
  • Additional Message
  • Click on Send test mail button when you are ready to run the test.

health-check-tools-mail-check

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The few test above can help you make sure the default functionality of your WordPress site is working as intended.

I will update this tutorial from time to time. Make sure you come back for the latest updates.

If you have any questions please let me know.

Enjoy.

Aug 012018
 

WP Troubleshooting Mode Using Health Check Plugin post helps you troubleshoot any issues your site might be having and more.

Last Updated: August 2, 2018

Latest News: I have added a menu list.

There are many times that your site will run into issues due to conflicts with a plugin, theme or other. This post shows you how to enable troubleshooting mode using Health Check plugin and allow you to troubleshoot any issue in your site. The good thing about Health Check plugin is that you can comfortably troubleshoot any issues while in this mode without affecting your visitors.

Health Check Tutorials:

WP Troubleshooting Mode Using Health Check Plugin

Step 1 ) Go to Dashboard -> Health Check -> Troubleshooting as illustrated in the following image to start troubleshooting the website.

health-check-troubleshooting

Troubleshooting Mode Message

Step 2 ) The following image shows you the message that will remained display across different areas of your admin site while you are troubleshooting mode.

health-check-troubleshooting-mode

Dashboard Home Options

Step 3 ) The following image shows you what information and notices display while you are in Dashboard -> Home.

Dashboard Home Options

  • Notices
  • Available Plugins
  • Available Themes = Note: When you activate troubleshooting mode, the plugin will enable one of WordPress default themes and disable your current theme.
  • Click on Disable Troubleshooting Mode button when you are ready to go back to normal mode.

health-check-troubleshooting-mode-home-action

Topbar Troubleshooting Mode Menu

Step 4 ) The following image displays a topbar troubleshooting mode menu. This allows you to manage your way around your site while in troubleshooting mode.

Topbar Troubleshooting Mode Menu Options

  • Plugins
  • Themes
  • Disable Troubleshooting Mode button.

health-check-troubleshooting-mode-topbar-menu

Plugins Notices

Step 5 ) The following image displays a notice when you visit Plugins on the sidebar. The notice message is very straight forward. You can also click on Disable Troubleshooting Mode button when you are ready to go back to normal mode.

health-check-troubleshooting-plugin-mode-options

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That is all you need to do to start troubleshooting your site and fix any issues.

I will update this tutorial from time to time. Make sure you come back for the latest updates.

If you have any questions please let me know.

Enjoy.

Jul 312018
 

WP Debug Information Using Health Check Plugin helps you learn more about your wordpress, plugins, themes versions installed in your site and more.

Last Updated: August 2, 2018

Latest News: I have added a menu list.

This post shows you an example of debug information for a testing site. This information covers all areas of your site including your server and more.

This debug information list includes:

  • WordPress
  • Installation Size
  • Drop-ins
  • Active Theme
  • Other Themes
  • Must Use Plugins
  • Active Plugins
  • Inactive Plugins
  • Media Handling
  • Server
  • Database
  • WordPress Constants
  • Filesystem Permissions

Health Check Tutorials:

WP Debug Information Using Health Check Plugin

Step 1 ) Go to Dashboard -> Health Check -> Debug Information to start learning more information about your site, server, database and more. The following image displays links to different information about your current setup listed under debug information tab.

Debug Information List:

  • WordPress
  • Installation Size
  • Drop-ins
  • Active Theme
  • Other Themes
  • Must Use Plugins
  • Active Plugins
  • Inactive Plugins
  • Media Handling
  • Server
  • Database
  • WordPress Constants
  • Filesystem Permissions

health-check-debug-information

WordPress

Step 2 ) The following WordPress information talks about the current WordPress version, specs and set up in the site.

Note: This list will be different for you.

WordPress Information

  • Version = 4.9.7
  • Language = en_US
  • Home URL = http://localhost/wp442
  • Site URL = http://localhost/wp442
  • Permalink structure = /%year%/%monthnum%/%day%/%postname%/
  • Is this site using HTTPS? = No
  • Can anyone register on this site? = Yes
  • Default comment status = open
  • Is this a multisite? = No
  • User Count = 2
  • Communication with WordPress.org = WordPress.org is reachable
  • Create loopback requests = The loopback request to your site completed successfully.

Installation Size

Step 3 ) The following Installation Size information talks about the current WordPress version, specs and set up in the site.

Note: This list will be different for you.

Installation Size

  • Uploads Directory = 138.60 MB
  • Themes Directory = 15.69 MB
  • Plugins Directory = 309.48 MB
  • Database size = 4.15 MB
  • Whole WordPress Directory = 508.01 MB
  • Total installation size = 512.16 MB

Drop-ins

Step 4 ) The following Drop-ins information talks about single files that replace or enhance WordPress features in ways that are not possible for traditional plugins.

Note: This list will be different for you.

Drop-ins

  • advanced-cache.php = Advanced caching plugin.

Active Theme

Step 5 ) The following Active Theme information talks about the active theme running in your site.

Note: This list will be different for you.

Active Theme

  • Name = ClassiPress Example Child Theme
  • Version = 0.1.0
  • Author = AppThemes
  • Author website = http://appthemes.com/
  • Parent theme = ClassiPress
  • Supported theme features = app-versions, app-wrapping, app-search-index, app-login, app-feed, app-open-graph, app-payments, app-price-format, app-plupload, app-stats, app-reports, app-comment-counts, post-thumbnails, automatic-feed-links, app-form-progress, app-require-updater, app-media-manager, app-addons-mp, custom-logo, custom-background, editor-style, menus, widgets

Other themes

Step 6 ) The following Other Themes information talks about the active theme running in your site.

Note: This list will be different for you.

Other Themes

  • ClassiPress (classipress) = Version 4.0.0 by AppThemes
  • Suffusion (suffusion) = Version 4.5.3 by Sayontan Sinha
  • Twenty Fifteen (twentyfifteen) = Version 2.0 by the WordPress team
  • Twenty Fourteen (twentyfourteen) = Version 2.2 by the WordPress team
  • Twenty Thirteen (twentythirteen) = Version 2.4 by the WordPress team

Must Use Plugins

Step 7 ) The following Must Use Plugins information talks about the plugin/s that must be used currently to run your site.

Note: This list will be different for you.

Must Use Plugins

  • Health Check Troubleshooting Mode = Version 1.5.0

 

Active Plugins

Step 8 ) The following Active Plugins information talks about the plugin/s that must be used currently to run your site.

Note: This list will be different for you.

Active Plugins

  • Easy WP SMTP = Version 1.3.6 by wpecommerce, alexanderfoxc
  • Health Check & Troubleshooting = Version 1.2.0 by The WordPress.org community ( Latest version: 1.2.1 )
  • PHP Compatibility Checker = Version 1.4.6 by WP Engine

Inactive Plugins

Step 9 ) The following Inactive Plugins information, lists all the plugins that are currently installed in your site but are not active. It is safe to delete these plugins.

Note: This list will be different for you.

Inactive Plugins

  • AddToAny Share Buttons = Version 1.7.28 by AddToAny
  • Admin Menu Editor = Version 1.8.4 by Janis Elsts
  • AdRotate = Version 4.13 by Arnan de Gans
  • Advanced Cron Manager = Version 2.3.2 by BracketSpace

Media Handling

Step 10 ) The following Media Handling information, shows what is handlers are running your media.

Note: This list will be different for you.

Media Handling

  • Active editor = WP_Image_Editor_GD
  • Imagick Module Version = Imagick not available
  • ImageMagick Version = Imagick not available
  • GD Version = bundled (2.1.0 compatible)
  • Ghostscript Version = Not available

Server

Step 11 ) The following Server information, shows you different specs about your server. This information is very important because it can help you troubleshoot issues you might run into because of some server limitations. If changes are required, you may need to get in contact with your host unless you manage your own server.

Note: The information below will be different for you.

Server

  • Server architecture = Windows NT 6.2 i586
  • PHP Version = 5.6.32
  • PHP SAPI = apache2handler
  • PHP max input variables = 1000
  • PHP time limit = 190
  • PHP memory limit = 256M
  • Max input time = 60
  • Upload max filesize = 100M
  • PHP post max size = 200M
  • cURL Version = 7.55.0 OpenSSL/1.0.2l
  • SUHOSIN installed = No
  • Is the Imagick library available = No
  • htaccess rules = Your htaccess file only contains core WordPress features

 

Database

Step 12 ) The following Database information, shows you the database version and settings for your site.

Note: The information below will be different for you.

Database

  • Extension = mysqli
  • Server version = 5.5.5-10.1.28-MariaDB
  • Client version = mysqlnd 5.0.11-dev – 20120503 – $Id: 76b08b24596e12d4553bd41fc93cccd5bac2fe7a $
  • Database user = wp442
  • Database host = localhost
  • Database name = wp442
  • Database prefix = wp_

WordPress Constants

Step 12 ) The following WordPress Constants information, shows you the database version and settings for your site. These values represent values set in your websites code which affect WordPress in various ways that may be of importance when seeking help with your site.

Note: The information below will be different for you.

WordPress Constants

  • ABSPATH = D:\webserver\xampp5-6\htdocs\wp442/
  • WP_HOME = Undefined
  • WP_SITEURL = Undefined
  • WP_DEBUG = Disabled
  • WP_MAX_MEMORY_LIMIT = 256M
  • WP_DEBUG_DISPLAY = Enabled
  • WP_DEBUG_LOG = Disabled
  • SCRIPT_DEBUG = Disabled
  • WP_CACHE = Disabled
  • CONCATENATE_SCRIPTS = Undefined
  • COMPRESS_SCRIPTS = Undefined
  • COMPRESS_CSS = Undefined
  • WP_LOCAL_DEV = Undefined

Filesystem Permissions

Step 13 ) The following Filesystem Permissions information, shows you the status of various locations WordPress needs to write files in various scenarios.

Note: The information below will be different for you.

Filesystem Permissions

  • The main WordPress directory = Writable
  • The wp-content directory = Writable
  • The uploads directory = Writable
  • The plugins directory = Writable
  • The themes directory = Writable
  • The Must Use Plugins directory = Writable

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That is how simple it is to check various information about your site, server, database and more using Health Check plugin.

I will update this tutorial from time to time. Make sure you come back for the latest updates.

If you have any questions please let me know.

Enjoy.

Jul 302018
 

WP Site Status Information Using Health Check Plugin post talks about the status of your site. In this post you will learn how your site is doing and more.

Last Updated: August 2, 2018

Latest News: I have added a menu list.

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Most of you know by now how important it is to maintain a healthy working WordPress site. To make things more easy for you, the following plugin Health Check can help you achieve this. This plugin has the capability to tell you a lot about your WordPress site status by clicking a few tabs.

This post shows you an example of results of a status check carried out in a testing site. You also get to learn how to check and decide whether or not something might need to be fixed from the status check report. In some cases your site might be running great and without any issues. If that is the case then you are fortunate and you can happily keep managing your site. However you still need to monitor the functionality and stability of your site. Health Check plugin can help you achieve that.

Health Check Tutorials:

What You Need:

WP Site Status Information Using Health Check Plugin

Advanced Settings

Step 1 ) Go to Dashboard -> Health Check -> Site Status to start assessing your site status. As illustrated in the following image.

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Step 2 ) The following image shows you part 1 of the status check carried out by the plugin in a testing site.

Note: Your site will have different information gathered by the plugin.

Site Status Part 1

  • WordPress Version = 4.9.7
  • Plugin Versions = Your site has 3 plugins waiting to be updated. Your site has 106 inactive plugins, it is recommended to remove any unused plugins to enhance your site security.
  • Theme Versions =
  • PHP Version = 5.6.32 – For best performance we recommend using PHP 7.2 or higher. (Here is a link that provides information about the recommended PHP version to run WordPress.)

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Step 2-a ) The following image shows you part 2 of the status check carried out by the plugin in a testing site.

Note: Your site will have different information gathered by the plugin.

Site Status Part 2

  • Database Server version
  • JSON Extenstion
  • MySQL utf8mb4 support
  • Communication with WordPress.org
  • HTTPS Status
  • Secure communication

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Step 2-b ) The following image shows you part 3 of the status check carried out by the plugin in a testing site.

Note: Your site will have different information gathered by the plugin.

Site Status Part 3

  • Scheduled events
  • Background updates
  • Loopback request

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That is how simple it is to check the current status of your site using Health Check plugin.

I will update this tutorial from time to time. Make sure you come back for the latest updates.

If you have any questions please let me know.

Enjoy.