نحوه عملکرد میزبانی ابری

نحوه عملکرد میزبانی ابری

نحوه عملکرد میزبانی ابری

همانگونه که در آموزش های قبلی گفته شده بود هر سرور در یک به اصطلاح “ابر” امر خاصی را پیگیری می نماید  تا در هر زمان در صورت به وجود آمدن  مشکلات احتمالی برای یک سرور، بقیه سرور ها جایگزین سرور خراب شده و از Down  شدن وب سایت مربوطه جلوگیری نمایند. در ادامه این مطلب بیشتر در مورد خواهیم خواند. Read More »

مثال درباره میزبانی ابری

مثال درباره میزبانی ابری

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در ابتدای این توضیحات باید این نکته را دانست که میزبانی ابری در اصل یکی از آخرین تکنولوژی های ارائه شده در موضوعات میزبانی وب بوده که در طی چند سال اخیر جایگاه و محبوبیت زیادی را بین کاربران کسب کرده است. در ادامه این مطلب به تعریف موضوع ذکر شده پرداخته شده است.
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ساعات پیک وب سایت

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در ابتدای این توضیحات باید این نکته را دانست که میزبانی ابری در اصل یکی از آخرین تکنولوژی های ارائه شده در موضوعات میزبانی وب بوده که در طی چند سال اخیر جایگاه و محبوبیت زیادی را بین کاربران کسب کرده است. در ادامه این مطلب به تعریف موضوع ذکر شده پرداخته شده است.
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How to Fix Upside Down or Flipped Images in WordPress

Recently, one of our readers asked if it’s possible to fix flipped images issue in WordPress. Apparently sometimes when you upload images from iPhone or other iOS devices, your images may appear flipped or turned upside down. In this article, we will show you how to fix upside down or flipped images in WordPress.

Why WordPress Shows Upside Down or Flipped Images

Some mobile operating systems, most notably iOS, do not transfer EXIF metadata required by other software to determine an image’s orientation.

It is also possible that this EXIF metadata may not transfer properly. It could also get stripped down by some other software on your device or your WordPress site.

Fixing this issue may require you to use some image editing program to flip the images. You can also do that inside WordPress. See our guide on how to how to rotate, scale, and flip images in WordPress.

However, this would become a chore if you regularly upload images from your phone. Let’s take a look at how to easily fix these flipped and upside down images problem in WordPress.

How to Fix Flipped or Upside Down Images Issue in WordPress?

First thing you need to do is install and activate the Image Rotation Fixer plugin. For more details, see our step by step guide on how to install a WordPress plugin.

The plugin works out of the box, and there are no settings for you to configure.

Upon activation, the plugin hooks itself up to WordPress media upload function. As soon as you upload a new image, it automatically fixes the Exif metadata to properly rotate the image.

If the first plugin doesn’t work for you, then this probably means that your web host does not have the PHP EXIF extension enabled. Don’t worry we have another plugin that would do the job for you.

You will need to install and activate the iOS Images Fixer plugin.

This plugin uses ImageMagik and GD extensions to fix the EXIF metadata for images.

Upon activation, you just need to visit Media » iOS Images Fixer page. The plugin will automatically attempt to find and fix the flipped images. If it doesn’t, then you need to click on ‘Fix All iOS-broken’ button to start fixing upside down images.

That’s all, we hope this article helped you lean how to fix upside down or flipped images in WordPress. You may also want to see our list of how to fix the most common image issues in WordPress.

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How to Split Post or Page Title in WordPress

Do you want to split a WordPress post or page title into a new line? By default, your post title is just a single heading, and you cannot break it into a new line. In this article, we will show you how to split post or page title in WordPress.

Difference between Split Title and a Subtitle in WordPress

Splitting a post or page title allows you to break the title into a new line without changing formatting or style.

On the other hand, a subtitle allows you to add two different headings for your WordPress post or page.

See our tutorial on how to add subtitle for posts and pages in WordPress for detailed instructions.

Having said that, let’t see how to split post or page title in WordPress without writing any code.

Split Post or Page Title in WordPress

First thing you need to do is install and activate the Page Title Splitter plugin. For more details, see our step by step guide on how to install a WordPress plugin.

Upon activation, you need to edit a post or page where you want to split the title. On the post editor screen, you need to click on the little button below the title field.

Clicking on the button will add a pointer below the title field. You will need to click on the pointer to select it.

After that you can move the cursor inside text field to the point where you want to split the title.

You can also add multiple split points to break your title into more lines. Just click on the icon and then move the marker by selecting and putting the cursor at the right place.

You can also delete a marker. Just click on a marker to select it, and you will notice that the title splitter button will turn into a close button. Clicking on it will remove the title splitting marker from your post title.

Once you are finished adding and adjusting the split marker, you can just save or publish your post.

You can now visit the post or page to see the split post title on your website.

We hope this article helped you learn how to split post or page title in WordPress. You may also want to see our guide on how to add a reading progress bar with your WordPress posts.

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How to Create Beautiful Long Form Content in WordPress with StoryBuilder

Recently, one of our readers asked if it was possible to create beautiful long form content in WordPress? Long form content with a storytelling element has proven to be more engaging than plain text and images. In this article, we will show you how to create beautiful long form content in WordPress with StoryBuilder.

Why Use StoryBuilder for Long Form Articles in WordPress?

Users spend just a few seconds looking at a website before deciding whether they want to stay or leave. If you publish long form articles, then keeping users on your site becomes even more challenging.

Adding multimedia and interactive visual aid makes long form content highly engaging for users. Instead of just scrolling down text and images, users can interact with elements on the page.

Here are some of the best examples of long form content with rich storytelling elements.

New York Times – Riding The New Silk Road

Washington Post – Washington – A World Apart

The Guardian – Firestorm

Pitchfork – Machines for Life

All these long form articles share similar traits of great storytelling. They use immersive media, parallax effects, and interactive UI elements to create engaging content.

Traditional WordPress themes usually don’t let you create such pages or posts. Even if you tried, you will have to use a number of plugins and it may still not work well for your audience.

Having said that, let’s see how you can create beautiful long form content in WordPress with StoryBuilder using any theme and without writing any code.

Creating Your First Long Form Story with StoryBuilder

First thing you need to do is install and activate the Press75 Long Form Storybuilder plugin. For more details, see our step by step guide on how to install a WordPress plugin.

Upon activation, you need to create a new post or page. You will notice the new ‘Enable Long Form Content’ meta box on the post edit screen.

You need to check the box next to ‘Display as Long Form Content’ option and then click on save draft button.

WordPress will reload the page, and you will now see a notice that the long form content is enabled for the page or post. Instead of post editor, you will see a button labeled ‘Edit my Long Format Content Page’.

Click on the button to launch the long form content editor.

A new browser window will open your current page in the WordPress theme customizer.

The right hand pane will show some basic instructions on how to use StoryBuilder. These instructions will disappear once you start editing the page.

The left hand pane contains the Customizer controls including those used to edit your WordPress theme. You will notice two options in the Customizer controls which are highlighted.

Click on the Page Options tab first. It allows you to choose primary and secondary colors to be used in the long form content page you are editing.

It also allows you to choose the fonts you would like to use for the page.

After that, click on the back arrow next to ‘Page Options’ heading in the left pane.

You can now click on the ‘Long format page sections’ tab to start building your long form content.

On the Next tab, click on Add Sections button. It will open up another tab with the list of sections that you can add to your page.

Clicking on a section will add it to your page. You will see the settings for editing that section.

Each section has different settings. For example, the header section asks you for a section title, an image, text to show as main heading and subtitle.

After filling the settings, simply click on the close button at the bottom. You can now add another section to your page.

All the sections will appear on the left hand pane. You can rearrange them with drag and drop.

If you want to remove a section, then simply click on it and then click on the Remove link at the bottom of section settings.

Here is a list of sections that are currently available with the StoryBuilder.

Navigation Menu – Allows you to add a navigation menu to your story. You can use an existing navigation menu or create a custom menu.

Callout – A full width callout section with colored background. It uses the primary color you selected in Page Options for the background.

Content – A single column content area

Two column content area

Three column content area

Full Feature – Allows you to add a full width image with parallax effect, heading, subtitle, and content.

Section Heading – Adds a section heading row

The content area sections are just like WordPress post editor. You can embed videos, images, blockquotes, embed Tweets or Facebook posts.

Just like the whole page, the multi-column content areas are fully responsive as well. Your content will be displayed in a single column to users with smaller screens.

Once you have added a few sections to your page, click on Save & Publish button at the top. Even though the button says ‘Publish’, your page will still be saved as Draft.

You will need to exit the customizer by clicking on the close button.

This will take you back to the WordPress post edit screen, where you can choose to publish the page or post keep it saved as a draft.

That’s all, we hope this article helped you learn how to create beautiful long form content in WordPress with StoryBuilder. If you liked drag and drop functionality of the StoryBuilder, then you may also want to see our comparison of best drag and drop page builders for WordPress.

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How to Block Disposable Email Addresses in WordPress

Recently, one of our readers asked if it’s possible to block disposable email addresses in WordPress? Disposable email addresses are temporary email accounts used by spammers to create fake WordPress accounts. In this article, we will show you how to effectively block disposable email addresses in WordPress.

What are Disposable Email Addresses and Why Block Them in WordPress

Most websites require an email address to create user accounts. This allows website owners to verify accounts by sending them a link to that email address.

Spammers found a workaround to that requirement in shape of disposable emails. These temporary email accounts are available for a short duration allowing spammers to verify an account.

If you run a WordPress membership site or allow user registration, then people can use those disposable email accounts to create fake user accounts on your website.

You can block spam user registrations using different plugins. However by blocking disposable email addresses, you can significantly reduce spam user registrations on your website.

Having said that, let’s take a look at how to block disposable email addresses in WordPress.

Blocking Disposable Email Addresses in WordPress

First thing you need to do is install and activate the Ban Hammer plugin. For more details, see our step by step guide on how to install a WordPress plugin.

Upon activation, you need to visit Tools » Ban Hammer page to configure plugin settings.

Now you need to enter a custom error message to show when someone uses a disposable email address.

Next, you need to enter the domain names you want to block. You can find a list of the most commonly used burner email providers as a txt file on GitHub.

Simply copy the list of domains and paste them under blacklisted emails box on plugin’s settings page. You can also add any other domains that are not included in this list.

Don’t forget to click on the Update Options button to store your settings.

Any users who now try to register using a disposable email address will see the error message you defined earlier.

We hope this article helped you learn how to block disposable email addresses in WordPress. You may also want to see these 12 vital tips and tools to combat comment spam in WordPress

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How to Add GIFs from Giphy in WordPress Using Giphypress

Do you want to add animated GIFs in your WordPress site? Giphy makes it easy to search, discover, and share animated Gifs on the web, in text messages, and on social media. In this article, we will show you how to easily add animated GIFs from Giphy in WordPress using Giphypress.

Pros and Cons of Using Animated GIFs in WordPress

You must have seen animated GIFs being used on popular websites like BuzzFeed, List25, Reddit, etc. GIFs allow you to add animated reactions, amusing anecdotes, and pop culture references to your articles.

The reason why GIFs are so popular is because they are fun and highly engaging. They allow you to boost the time users spend on your website. Articles with Gifs are also more likely to be shared and become viral.

The downside of animated GIFs is that they can slow down your website, and it can take a lot of time to create your own.

That’s when Giphy comes in.

Giphy is a popular website that makes it easier for you to find and share animated GIFs. It has thousands of GIF images stored in categories and sorted by hashtags.

If you are on shared WordPress hosting, then serving your GIFs via Giphy will save you bandwidth. It will also have a less impact on pagespeed and user experience on your website.

Having said that, let’s take a look at how to easily add GIFs from Giphy in WordPress using Giphypress.

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Adding GIFs from Giphy in WordPress Posts and Pages

First thing you need to do is install and activate the Giphypress plugin. For more details, see our step by step guide on how to install a WordPress plugin.

Upon activation, you need to create a new post or page. On the post editor, you will notice a new button labeled ‘GIPHY GIF Search’.

Clicking on the button will bring up the Giphy search in a popup. You will see the recent and trending GIFs along with menu and search bar at the bottom.

You can browse or search for GIFs to find the perfect GIF for the moment.

Once you have found a GIF, click on it for a larger view. Now you can click on the Embed into Post button to add the GIF into your article.

Giphypress will now embed the GIF as an iframe into your post. You can save to update your post and view the GIFs in action.

We hope this article helped you learn how to easily add GIFs from Giphy in WordPress using Giphypress. You may also want to see our guide on how to find royalty free images for your WordPress blog posts.

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