• Solving the MySQL Sleeping Processes WordPress Issue

    Solution for the MySQL sleeping processes issue with WordPress that is related to the XML-RPC feature. This quick fix will help anyone solve the problem in just a few seconds.

  • No More PHP 4 and MySQL 4 for WordPress!!!

    Mark Jaquith, one of the lead developers of WordPress just announced that WordPress 3.1 will be the last version that will support PHP4 and MySQL4. After WordPress 3.1, due some by the end of 2010, the minimum requirements for installing WordPress 3.2 will be PHP 5.2 and MySQL 5.0.15.

  • WordPress 3.0 Plugin Install/Upgrade Problem “Could Not Create Directory”

    Some of you might have noticed that after the WordPress 3.0 upgrade there seems to be some kind of problem with installing/upgrading plugins via FTPS (SSL). I am not sure why this bug happens, but here is a quick fix to get you going.

  • Posting Source Code In WordPress Posts

    Sometimes you might want to post source code into your WordPress blog and highlight the source code according to the language it is written in. Although there are many plugins that deal with syntax highlighting we are going to save you a little trouble and get you up and running in no time.