In this tutorial, you will learn: How to configure FileZilla to connect to your WordPress web site. How to login to the server via SFTP or FTP. How to upload and download files to and from the server. Common uses for connecting to the filesystem of a WordPress web site.
WordPress doesn’t allow you to upload ePUB file types to your site using the media library for security reasons. If you try to upload a file with .epub or .mobi file extension, it will just give you a URL to the attachment page (not the direct URL to the file). This plugin will remove the limitation […]
The simple download monitor plugin has an option that you can use to keep the download URL of the file hidden. This can be useful if you are offering some password protected file downloads and you want to keep the actual URL of those files hidden.
WordPress can embed certain kinds of media content into posts and pages; using the oEmbed protocol. But appearance and usability issues can occur, when this capability is rendered on mobile devices; like smartphones. In this example, we see that media embedding can take up much of the phone’s screen, clipping the media horizontally, and that […]
I will share a few CSS tweaks for the download monitor plugin in this tutorial (a few users have asked for it). You should use the Custom CSS plugin to insert these CSS tweaks in your site if you want to use it. The following code examples will give you a really good idea of how to go […]
In this tutorial I will show you how you can easily create a nice grid display and showcase your digital file downloads. This grid display will be responsive and you will also be able to track and monitor the download count of each file. This will be very useful if you want to showcase some […]
If you would like to offer downloadable files on your WordPress site but keep them protected from the general public by way of password protection, this article will bring you through the quick steps. We’re going to be using the Simple Download Monitor plugin for this. There is a password protection feature that is available […]
If you are new to WordPress, you might feel somewhat overwhelmed by the amount of options available in your Dashboard. Chances are, you won’t need a whole lot of these features right from the start, though. What most people need to launch a successful blog is the knowledge of how to publish a basic post […]
While there are auto-installation tools at many web host providers to get WordPress installed, many people like finer control of the installation process. The best way in that case is to use an FTP tool. FileZilla is one of the more popular tools so in this article I will walk through some steps of using […]
A picture is worth more than 1,000 words when presented within a blog post (or page). On the web, an image could break up text, which can part the sea of text making it all more readable. An image can also help illustrate a point, and provide SEO value. An image could find its way […]