HW Image Widget example

This is an example of the responsive, user friendly HW Image Widget available for WordPress 3.5 and up. Its free for download from WordPress.org.

Did you know it sports the TinyMCE WYSIWYG editor for the text?


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WordPress media upload error

You are using Nginx as your web server. When uploading large files to the media library you get an “HTTP Error” message. When switching to the old fallback uploader you get “413 Request Entity Too Large”.

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Moving WordPress, changing domains

Moving a WordPress database from one domain to another can be quite a challenging task. If you would like to move a copy of a WordPress database from a production environment to a local development environment for example, you would probably like to change the domain names used in that database.

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WordPress memory limits – going beyond 256M

WordPress (currently 3.5.1) limits the memory usage to 32M for single-site installations and 64M for multi-site installations on the front-end. In the back-end it is set to 256M (if possible) by default. This is done in the PHP-code, it means that your current web server setup needs to allow setting php.ini variables from code.

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Take control over auto saves and post revisions

I have seen a lot of “turn of auto-save or clutter up your database”-type comments lately claiming the auto save function in WordPress will waste a lot of space in the database. In reality, this is not the case.

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