Posts tagged: database
As you may recall, there are a ton of configuration tricks available for the WordPress
wp-config.php file. So many in fact, that I think many people may have missed some of the choice definitions aimed at optimizing WordPress performance. In this post, we’ll explore the best ways to improve your site’s performance with WordPress’
Just recently my other blog CSS-Tricks was hacked. I first found out by a very helpful reader emailing me a screenshot from the mobile version of my site.
Many WordPress users know the
wp-config.php file as the key to the WordPress database. It is where you set the database name, username, password, and location (among other things like security keys, database prefix, and localized language).
Here’s a screenshot of
wp-config.php (aka the WordPress configuration file) for those who may not yet be familiar:
Ever needed to update an option in your database without having to log into your control panel or phpMyAdmin? WordPress provides you with an easy way to view, edit and update your database options table (
wp_options) by simply opening the following URL in your browser: