Images upload fine but not display in the WordPress media manager

  • 27th September 2019
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  • Christophe

This is a simple guide to fixing the problem where your images appear to upload to your WordPress site but don’t display properly in the media manager Ever experienced that problem where you upload an image through the WordPress media-manager, but they don’t appear properly? It appears like it has uploaded but there is just […]

Upgrade Contact Form 7 to reCAPTCHA V3

  • 29th May 2019
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The vast majority of unwanted website contact form messages (spam) are created by ‘bots’ – software that finds contact forms and sends messages through them. Google’s reCAPTCHA is a way of protecting you against this spam and other types of automated abuse as it attempts to verify that the form is being filled in by […]

WordPress Tutorial – Contact Form 7 with CAPTCHA and Message Log

  • 13th March 2019
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How to install Contact Form 7 with a CAPTCHA in WordPress Contact Form 7 is a great choice when it comes to including a contact form in your WordPress website, however, it can be a bit fiddly when extending the functionality to include a CAPTCHA. Here is a simple guide to installing Contact Form & […]

WordPress adding SSL and HTTPS

Adding an SSL certificate to your site – potential problems

Moving a WordPress website to SSL is something we’ll all have to do at some point for existing sites and it can cause a lot of problems. Here is a list of some of the most common problems you may encounter when moving to SSL and HTTPS and how to deal with them. Before we […]

Setting WordPress language to English (UK)

Setting your WordPress site to English (UK)

On occasion I’ve come across WordPress installations that don’t have English (UK) as an available language and it turns out it’s not such a straight-forward problem to fix. The default WordPress installation comes with all manner of languages including Spanish, Japanese, Indonesian, and Korean, however, English (UK) isn’t always there. I suppose the reasoning behind […]