First time encountering this notification about my website. I just did the basic and easiest initial steps to solve the problem so far.
A few days ago, all my other sites sharing hosting with http://moralde.com lost all their images after I experimented with hotlink protection. I was able to remedy the problem by editing the htaccess files in each site.
Scarcity Samurai is a wordpress plugin which allows you to take advantage of the principle of scarcity to prod your readers to decide within your chosen time frame to buy or not. The fear of being left out is in-grained in the human psyche. Marketers ‘in the know’ has been taking advantage of this for years.
I thought my troubles were over but a few hours after I completed my blog troubleshooting for its crawling dashboard, an even worse headache came up. It must have happened around January 27, 2013. On opening moralde.com, this is what appeared on the page. Internal Server Error The server encountered an internal error or misconfiguration… Continue reading Internal Server Error Hits My Blog
I don’t know if I should rant or rave after knowing that a post I wrpte was framed by feedreader.com and ranks in the Google serp for its keyword (not a big-deal keyword however).
Have you been to these sites before? I have just stumbled upon them and wondered how on earth could I have missed such cool websites before. See for yourselves.
You’re getting this error in your website: Undefined Function curl_init ? Well here’s the complete solution I found that worked right the first time.
Have you tried scheduling your posts in your wordpress site? Well, I’ve done it many times before but this time, there seems to be a glitch that causing some video embed codes and some html tags to be stripped off.
I finally solved the ‘Warning: date() [function.date]: It is not safe to rely…’ bug that my sites got stuck with for almost a month. It takes only a couple of minutes to do it.
I got suddenly introduced into Joomla just recently. Whereas I used to think Wordpress is the best platform for the web, I now have a healthy respect for one other platform – Joomla.