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Create web.config file for WordPress in IIS server

Step 1: Create web.config file for WordPress in IIS server on the root folder of WordPress installation if it does not exist. Step 2: Use Paste following code <configuration> <system.webserver> <rewrite> <rules> <rule name="”wordpress”" patternsyntax="”Wildcard”"> <match url="”*”"></match> <conditions> <add input="”{REQUEST_FILENAME}”" matchtype="”IsFile”" negate="”true”"></add> <add input="”{REQUEST_FILENAME}”" matchtype="”IsDirectory”" negate="”true”"></add> </conditions> <action type="”Rewrite”" url="”index.php”"></action> Read more…

By Sahil Ahlawat, ago
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WordPress settings

After installing you need your WordPress settings to be perfect to get the maximum out of it. There are several setting which you need to understand before moving further with developing your WordPress website. These settings can deeply effect the SEO, user experience and speed performance of your website. WordPress Read more…

By Sahil Ahlawat, ago