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A Fix for Invalid JSON Error in WordPress

Sometimes, WordPress might throw up an “invalid JSON” error. This occurs when the WordPress backend cannot communicate with the web server. There are a few possible fixes for this – Performing simple diagnosis Adjusting permalinks Checking the Site Health page for issues Regenerating the .htaccess file Checking the WordPress URLs If all fails, then you …

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Set up Nginx as Reverse Proxy Cache for WordPress

Set up Nginx as Reverse Proxy Cache for WordPress

Nginx is great for handling multiple simultaneous users without using a lot of server resources. Apache is extremely fast for processing PHP efficiently. Nginx is not great for processing PHP (in fact, Nginx cannot process PHP at all). Apache is not that efficient for handling multiple simultaneous users. So, to get the best of the …

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How to Fix WordPress Stuck in Maintenance Mode

How To Fix WordPress Stuck in Maintenance Mode

Whenever you are updating a plugin or a theme, you will see that the words “entering maintenance mode” and “exiting maintenance mode” appear. But sometimes, due to slow servers, WordPress gets stuck in maintenance mode. Don’t worry, I will help you to fix it. What Causes WordPress to Be Stuck in Maintenance Mode? During a …

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