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Can’t Upload Files or Download Plugins and Themes to a New WordPress Installation on Your Ubuntu 16.04 Apache Server?

So you’ve just installed and set up a new  WordPress installation on your Ubuntu 16.04 server, you’ve gone to upload your first file or download a theme or plugin in … Read More

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How to Configure a New Ubuntu 16.04 Apache Server

Here are a set of commands to set up a fresh Ubuntu 16.04 Apache server with the option to install WordPress and the headless browsers PhantomJS and CasperJS. You’ll need … Read More

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Development Ubuntu 16.04 Server WordPress

What is FTP?

Define: FTP stands for File Transfer Protocol and is a method of transferring files.

Use: A common use of FTP is to upload/download website files to a server (a website … Read More

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How to Clear Error & Access Logs on Ubuntu 16.04 Apache Server

Here is an example of the terminal commands to clear error logs and access logs. Remember to update the file paths to the location of your error/access log/s.

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How to Set Time Zone on Ubuntu 16.04 Apache Server

Here we’ll cover how to set the default time zone on your Ubuntu 16.04 Apache Server.

First, open your php.ini file (found within the /etc/ directory) in a plain text … Read More

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How to Install a Free LetsEncrypt SSL Certificate on Ubuntu 16.04 Apache Server

Here are the terminal commands to set up a free LetsEncrypt SSL certificate on Ubuntu 16.04 Apache server.

First run these commands in terminal:

sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install Read More

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How to Install a brought SSL Certificate on Ubuntu 16.04 Apache Server

Here are the terminal commands and steps to install a brought SSL Certificate on Ubuntu 16.04 Apache server (not LetsEncrypt).

sudo mkdir /etc/apache2/ssl
sudo mkdir /etc/apache2/ssl/private
sudo chmod 755 /etc/apache2/sslRead More