Bots are getting nastier with the online form on a website. Every day I get about 10 to 20 spam emails coming from my contact form.Continue reading “How to legally remove the reCAPTCHA v3 badge”
On a loop that performs data from custom meta field, to check if the meta key has value or exist, we can use the following query:
$testimonials = array( 'post_type' => 'projects', 'posts_per_page' => 4, 'meta_key' => 'testimonial', 'meta_value' => array(''), 'meta_compare' => 'NOT IN' );
The above code can be used in WordPress older than 3.5 but it still usable in the latest version of WP, currently 5.1.
Spamming is a super annoying issue, especially if you are worried about the misuse of your domain name by the spoofer. You didn’t send the email, but a program or script can easily add your email address to the “From” field so ordinary people will recognize this email is posted by you (which is you didn’t), at the end of the day, this will affect your domain reputation.Continue reading “How to Add SPF Record to Prevent Spamming and Spoofing”
Open your PHPMyAdmin from your cPanel or Self-Installed mode.
Select related database to your WordPress Install, and click SQL tab. Input the command below.Continue reading “How Create WordPress User Using phpMyAdmin”
cPanel has been arround for years, and a very very popular server management for Web Developers, from novice to expert.
Since the PHP 5.6 will not get any support and update, it is strongly recomended to update to PHP 7.2.Continue reading “How to Switch to PHP 7.2 in cPanel”