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How-to increase the WordPress Memory Limit

There might be a situation where you need to increase the memory limit of your WordPress site. This can be done in several ways and you have to figure out, which one works for your current hosting. Note: Be aware that the following adjustments require advanced knowledge. Editing wp-config.php file To edit this file, you need access to your server via FTP. The file can be found directly in the root of your WordPress site. Open the file in your favorite editor. At the very bottom, right before the line that says, “Happy Blogging”, add the following line: 1define('WP_MEMORY_LIMIT', '256M');...

Styles/scripts are not loaded properly

You may run into the issue that your coupons are being displayed completely un-styled. This often happens after installing the plugin on a new site or updating it to a newer version. What's the problem? You're using a plugin which minifies CSS/Javascript assets and the newly added/updated styles/scripts of this plugin are not added to the minify cache yet. This might come from a caching plugin (e.g. WP Rocket) or a standalone plugin like Autoptimize. How-to solve it? Simply empty/trash the minify cache. The proceeding itself depends on the plugin you're using. In general, you will find an “Empty Minify...

Using the WordPress Debug Log

In case you run into an issue, it might be necessary to get more details about the cause of the problem. Therefore, we make use of WordPress' debug logging. Step 1: Enable the debug logging To enable debugging, prevent errors and warnings from being displayed and log errors, you need add the following lines to your wp-config.php file: 123define( 'WP_DEBUG', true ); define( 'WP_DEBUG_DISPLAY', false ); define( 'WP_DEBUG_LOG', true ); Most WordPress installations already have an entry for WP_DEBUG set to false, so you’ll need to change this value to true. In order to edit the config file, please connect...