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Saving Permalinks Doesn’t Update .htaccess File – WordPress Bug

Contents of the .htaccess file being empty

There is a bug in the current WordPress version (4.9.1) that prevents the .htaccess file from being updated properly when you save the permalinks. Evidently this bug existed in 4.9, but it is still a problem! I noticed this over the last week or two. On multiple WordPress sites, when I’ve gone to update the permalink structure, every page returns … Read More

WordPress Website for Burnsville Skin Clinic

We are happy to announce that we have launched the website for a great new skin clinic in Burnsville, MN: The Refinery Skin Clinic. The site is built on the WordPress platform in conjunction with X Theme. The built-in front-end editor allows these clients to make changes to their own website quickly and easily themselves. There’s no need for them … Read More

Video Dashboard for WordPress – Now With Vimeo Support

Video Dashboard plugin in the WordPress Repository - Now with Vimeo Support

We just updated the plugin we have in the WordPress repository – Video Dashboard. As many of you already know, this plugin allows you to embed a streaming video into the dashboard of your WordPress website. For a couple years now I’ve been wanting to add Vimeo support to it, and I am happy to report that we have completed … Read More

New Website for Division 12 of the APA Launched

We are proud to announce the launch of a new website for Dissemination & Implementation, a project of the Society of Clinical Psychology. This is a project we’ve been collaborating with for some time and are happy to reveal to the general public. One of the biggest concerns from Division 12 (SCP) was regarding the extensive blocks of content that … Read More

Redirection Plugin Not Working for HTML Pages

Today I want to focus on a very simple problem that’s pretty easy to solve. This problem occurs when using the Redirection plugin for WordPress and attempting to redirect .html or .htm pages and having it not work. This could also apply to any instance of a static page ending in .php, .txt, .zip, or whatever else you might have. … Read More

New Responsive WordPress Website for Burnsville Marketing Company

We recently completed a new website for the fantastic company Wild Fig Marketing based out of Burnsville, MN. We’ve been partners with them for many years and are excited to be releasing their new website. The site is notable for a few of its attributes: Utilizes a fully-responsive design Parallax scrolling Side navigation WordPress X Theme and Cornerstone Frontend editor … Read More

How to Limit BackWPup Storage Space Usage

While BackWPup might be a decent backup solution for WordPress in the right circumstances, one of its features which seems to be pointlessly difficult to figure out is how to restrict the number of backups it stores and the space they take up. You would think this would be incredibly obvious, but it actually isn’t! Once you know how to … Read More