WordPress is an open-source CMS application written in PHP and MySQL. DomainsFoundry offers WordPress hosting.

  1. How To Fix Image Not Displaying Correctly in Elementor WordPress Plugin

    By following these steps, you should be able to resolve the issue of your images not displaying correctly on your WordPress website using the Elementor Image Widget. Symptoms: – An image is not displaying on your WordPress website, leaving a blank space or appearing cropped. – The WordPress media library displays the image correctly. – The image displays in Elementor Edit mode but disappears in Preview mode. – Your browser’s Developer Tools show that the image is being loaded from the server. Cause: Incorrect “Style” values in your Elementor Image Widget can result in the image not displaying correctly. Solution:

  2. Getting Started with WordPress: A Comprehensive Guide

    Congratulations on purchasing a DomainsFoundry web hosting plan with WordPress installer included! In this guide will take you through all the steps to get started with your DomainsFoundry hosting, install WordPress and launch your website. Overview Here’s a quick overview of the tasks we’ll cover: Accessing cPanel and installing WordPress with our 1-click App Installer. Accessing your WordPress dashboard and choosing a theme. Creating pages or posts and customizing your website. Adding plugins to extend your website’s functionality. Creating a WordPress menu to navigate your website. Adding your website to Google using WordPress SEO plugin. Getting help. With this guide

  3. How can I install WordPress Multisite on my hosting?

    Install WordPress Multisite on on your web hosting plan using our WordPress Multisite 1-click Installer. Steps to install WordPress Log in to cPanel. For help accessing your cPanel see Where do I log in to my hosting control panel Click WordPress Manager by App Installer. Click Install Click Custom Install Select the domain you want to install WordPress on from the drop-down list. Leave In Directory empty. Select Enable Multisite (WPMU) Enter the Admin username, password and Admin Email you want to use. These will become your login details for your WordPress site. Select a theme. This is optional and

  4. Enabling WordPress Debugging

    How to turn on debugging in WordPress to view errors and warnings. Follow the quick and easy steps to enable WP_debug.

  5. How to Delete WordPress

    In this article we explain the process to completely remove and delete a WordPress install through your cPanel control panel.