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Monday, June 12, 2017

How to fix wordpress post content not showing on home page wordpress purging site cache guide


Hi friends, it's been more than 45 days I am missing you people. Due to illness, I detached myself from blogging. During these time period, I received many emails. Thanks to all of you for remembering and loving this site. One visitor named Ajit asked me a question regarding wordpress blogging. He faced a serious problem and asked me to solve that. So I decided to solve his problem today. The main problem he was facing that he was posting on wordpress but post items were not shown on a Home page of his wordpress blog. He also told me that it happened approximately 15 days ago when he updated the wordpress. I visited his website and carefully examined the problem and finally got the solution. I have used some basic tools which is available freely and which was provided by Google. Go through this article and you will know about it. From experience point of view, I am giving you some tips and guide you so that you can solve the problem by yourself.


How to fix Wordpress home page not showing published post?

I will tell you why problem but before the solution, you need to know the problem. The following two points will give both your answers.

(A) Reason for not updating post in Database and home page:

The one and only reason for this kind of problem is your installed plugin in wordpress blog. You may not believe this but this is the ultimate truth.

(B) How to solve home page content not updaing?

As I already told you that external installed plugin are creating this type of problems. You probably are using some type of caching plugin. To solve the problem either you have to uninstall the caching plugin or clear the caching. If you are not sure how to clear the caching plugin then it is better to remove the plugin and again install the caching plugin.

People also searched for:

I have searched this topic in many forum and noticed that many people are suffering the same way. Most people are saying that after a wordpress update this problem arisen to them. If you are facing problems similar to the following queries then this tutorial will be useful for you.

1. WordPress Posts Not Updating CONTENT NOT UPDATING? TRY PURGING SITE CACHE

2. How to Fix WordPress Website Not Updating Right Away Home Page not updating

3. How to solve wordpress website home page post content not updating

4. How to purge cache in wordpress?

5. I made changes in wordpress but nothing happened in home page

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Wednesday, June 7, 2017

How to import more than 50Mb sql file in PhpMyAdmin


Hi, guys, I am here today with another database tutorial. A few days back someone asked me a question that how to import sql file more than 50MB size. He told me that he is migrating his hosting to godaddy and the server not letting him to import his 80mb sql file. So I decided to write a tutorial which not only helps him but others too. In this tutorial, we will learn to import a large (50+MB) sql file in phpMyAdmin database. You may already know that it is very difficult or you can say it is quite impossible to import sql file more than 50MB. There are many ways you can import large sql file into phpMyAdmin. Today I will only discuss the easiest way to do it so that anyone can do it. It requires no coding skills. Remember this tutorial is only applicable to linux run apache server as you need to run php script.

Steps to import large sql file in phpMyAdmin database

1. Download BigDump php file

2. edit the bigdump php file with text file editor(notepad of notepad++)

3. add database information and save bigdump php file

4. create a “temp” folder and upload bigdump php file and sql file in it. (you may use FTP wizard to upload your file, you can Filezilla to do it)

5. now visit url http://your-site-name.com/temp/bigdump.php (change your-site-name with your own domain name)

6. Perform import

7. Check database in phpMyAdmin

8. Delete "temp" folder


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