Category Archives: Wordpress

How to back to wordpress 3.0 – Old version

I was using WordPress 3.1.3. I also used WordPress 3.1.0, 3.1.1 and 3.1.2, but all with them,  I got the image uploading problem. But in wordpress 3.0.4 (now I am using this version) is out of that problem. And now I will tell you that how to back into wordpress 3.0 version or later.  But one thing, remember, it is not easy if you have not enough idea about that as it will destroy your hole site if you miss.

Well, I did this trough my cPanel (Hosting control panel). If you have hosting control panel, open it  and go to the file manager and open the root of your wordpress directory. First, we will take a backup for the necessary files to skip any risk. Well, make a folder named “Backup” or anything you like.  Now copy the file named “wp-config.php” (Select and see the top menu of the window to get the Copy option. You may als0 get this option by right click upon that file. Choose the directory for copy on the upcoming dialog box) into the backup folder. wp-config.php contains the database name, site host, username and password  and more information of your hosting to connect with the database and run your site.  Now back to the root folder and select the wp-content to make a zip copy of that folder(See the upper menu and choose Compress). wp-content contains all the themes, plugins and media files uploaded through WordPress.  Now  make a backup of the (or what folder extension you chooses for to compress the wp-content folder) Continue reading How to back to wordpress 3.0 – Old version

Create a WordPress Post or Full Database Backup on Your Hard Drive

We know what is backup and  its importance. Now we are going to create a backup of Database of wordpress.  To do this, you need to access your site cPanel (Control Panel).  Well, then type (your site’s cpanel), put user name and password and then open it.

Now click to phpMyAdmin from Database panel. phpMyAdmin will open in a new tab with-in a few second. Now click to your wordpress datebase name. If you installed wordpress from Fantastico  DE Luxe your database name could be your cpanel user name underscore wrdp1 (username_wrdp1 (xx) ) or if you installed wordpress manually, you know what is your used database name. If you like to make full database backup,  choose Export. By default SQL radio button will selected and it is better to take a backup in sql format as it is helpful to upload it again. If you like to  take the backup in other format, choose the format (you may also get it in zipped or gzipped format)  and then click to Go button.   Wait a  few second, it will give you a sql file to save, save it on your hard disk.

If you like to take a backup of posts of wordpress, choose  wp_posts from the left sidebar of phpMyAdmin. Now follow the same   process as above to download the WordPress Post Backup. You may also take backup of your wordpress comments or others.

Install WordPress to your Online Server Manually step 2

You may read the Install WordPress to your Online Server Manually step 1. Now we are going to Install wordpress. Open a new tab and type you domain like and press enter. The following will come to you.

Wordpress Installation Step 1
WordPress Installation Step 1

Choose the ‘ Create a Configuration File ‘. When the next page will come, just click to ‘ Let’s Go! ‘ . The following page will come.

Wordpress Installation Step 3
WordPress Installation Step 3

This is an important part of WordPress installation. Follow the instruction carefully. Type database name ( You created before) in the ‘Database Name’ box, it may be username_database where username is your cPanel user name. Now type the username in the ‘ User Name ‘ box and it will be your cPanel user name. Then type password in the ‘ Password ‘ box and it will be your cPanel Password. And no need to change the next two field. Now click to Submit button. The following page will come.

Wordpress Installation step 4
Wordpress Installation step 4

Now click to ‘Run the install’. The following page will come.

Wordpress Installation step 5
Wordpress Installation step 5

This is another important part of WordPress instillation. Fill it up carefully and then choose ‘ Install WordPress’ .

Wordpress Installation step 6
Wordpress Installation step 6

You have done it. Click to ‘ Log In ‘ and put your user name and password you provided in the step 5. Your WordPress login link is So friends, Enjoy your WordPress…

Install WordPress to your Online Server Manually step 1

WordPress, a popular web developing tool. Now a days many web developer choose WordPress as their web developing tool. And definitely it is easy as Joomla and take less disk space. Today I will inform about the way of installation of WordPress to Online server menially. Actually I faced the problem and that’s why I am here to tell you about that. To install WordPress you need a database and 11.00MB+ disk space.

Open your cPanel of the site where you like to install WordPress and select the MySQL Databases


Create a New Database from here. Type the database name, say “database” and then click to “Create Database” Button.

Create Database

Database will be created and the name of the database will be username_database (here username is your cPanel username ). Your Database creation is now complete.

Now download the setup file of wordpress from here. The last WordPress version is Version 3.0.1 till now. Go to the home page of cPanel. Choose File Manager and then choose “Web Root (public_html/www)” and click to GO.

Open File Manager from Cpanel
Open File Manager from Cpanel

File manager will open in a new tab of your browser. Choose the directory where do you like to install WordPress. Public_html or www is the root directory. We are going to install WordPress in the root directory. Well, now choose Upload and it will open in a new tab.


Browse the setup file you downloaded and upload it.

Upload wordpress to public_html
Upload WordPress to public_html

You may use any FTP tool like FileZilla to upload the setup file. Make sure the setup file you uploaded in the root directory. You saw that the setup files of WordPress is in zip format and now you need to unzip it in the online server. To unzip, select the file and choose Extract.

Unzip WordPress in file manager
Unzip WordPress in file manager

A new dialog box will come. Choose Extract file(s). After finishing extract a list of extract file will come, just close it. Now you will find a folder named WordPress in your root folder. Open it. Now select all the files here and choose Move Files, it is just left of Upload.

Move Files to public_html
Move Files to public_html

Now remove the WordPress from /public_html/wordpress, it will be just /public_html/ . Now Click to Move File(s), all will move to the root directory and the WordPress directory will be empty. Now back to root directory and delete the WordPress Folder.

Please see the Install WordPress to your Online Server Manually step 2 for More

Remove Comment Author’s Link of WordPress without any plugin

Need to remove author’s web link from wordpress? It is not easy to remove that link and I found no plug in to remove author’s web link of wordpress. But I have done it without the help of any wordpress plug in. So, let us discuss about the way of removing author’s web link automatically…..

You need to change some code from a php file of wordpress. Go to wordpress installation directory/folder using ftp or file manager of your cPanel.  Then open the wp-includes directory/folder. Now  locate the file called comment-template.php and download it. Make sure to make a backup of this file, I mean create a copy of this file to make sure you can upload a working copy in case you mess up.

Open the file with any code editor like Adobe Dreamweaver or notepad. Now in the file around line 147 ( wordpress Version 3.0.1 ) you would locate a function called as get_comment_author_link( $comment_ID = 0 ) . The line number might vary for wordpress versions, but the code within the function is the same. Now, we are going to modify the function to remove author’s link.


$return = "<a href='$url' rel='external nofollow' class='url'>$author</a>";

It is around line 154 to 155.  Now replace the line

$return = "<a href='$url' rel='external nofollow'  class='url'>$author</a>";


$return = $author;

Save the file and upload in the same directory. Try whether it is working or not!