Updated (2019) Setup CloudFlare with NameCheap cPanel Hosting

Updated (2019) Setup CloudFlare with NameCheap cPanel Hosting. Following on from a previous post of mine (Setup CloudFlare with NameCheap cPanel Hosting). It looks as though Namecheap have updated their process for adding external domains that aren’t using the NameCheap DNS/Nameservers. You’ll now be able to add your domain much easier. Add your domain to[…]

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HTTP verb used to access this page is not allowed – This issue occurred when an Interface was built using an API. Error: 405 – HTTP verb used to access this page is not allowed. The page you are looking for cannot be displayed because an invalid method (HTTP Verb) was used to attempt access.[…]

WordPress 5.0 Tip – Roll back to Classic Editor

So after realising my blog is set to auto update for WordPress I couldn’t stand the new editor within WordPress 5.0! It sucks like massively. Anyway, after doing a bit of digging I realised many others hated the editor. Luckily I’ve found the solution.  All you’ll need to do is to install the following plugin[…]

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Disable Rocket Loader (Cloudflare) to resolve WordPress Issues

So recently I’ve had some issues with plugins working. For example I use a Google Analytics plugin that shows my GA stats directly on my WordPress Dashboard. After posting on the WordPress Forum a plugin support member suggested disabling Rocket Loader within Cloudflare to resolve this issue. How to disable Rocket Loader; Login to CloudFlare[…]