Setup WordPress on Ubuntu in minutes
404 page found
When a 404 error message pops up, it simply means the server can’t find the file the user requests. This usually happens if your .htaccess file got deleted or something went wrong with the rewrite rules
500 internal server error
NGINX gives 500 Internal Server Error when there is a server-side error that prevents NGINX from returning a proper response. It can be due to many different reasons such as faulty script, missing files referenced by code, inadequate file permissions, etc.
Sometimes you will not be able to access WordPress admin. Common reasons are your login credentials (username/password) may be incorrect or You're being blocked by your security plugin or You changed the WordPress login URL or Your WordPress memory limit is too low
Database connection Error
Possibly the most common cause of the Error Establishing a Database Connection is simply that WordPress has incorrect login credentials for your database. This could be either the database name, username, or password.
Unable to upload image
The image upload issue in WordPress is typically caused by incorrect file permissions. Your WordPress files are stored on your web hosting server and need specific file and directory permissions to work. Wrong file permissions prevent WordPress from reading or uploading file on the hosting server.
White screen of death
WordPress blank page caused by exceeding memory limits of your hosting server. Exceeding the memory limits is another very likely reason for the white screen of death. This usually happens when you try to install a plugin that exceeds your default memory limit and causes the WordPress blank page.
Hello WordPress on Ubuntu
Before WordPress on Ubuntu: Spend hours on setting up WordPress.
With WordPress on Ubuntu: Run a single command and you'll be up and running in minutes.
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Using script you can set up WordPress in 1 minute. We used the LNMP (Linux, Nginx, MYSQL and PHP) stack to set up WordPress on the Ubuntu server. Run the script, sit back and have your coffee, script will set up WordPress for you
Secure by default
We will install the necessary SSL certificate for your site. SSL certificate enables end-to-end encryption between your server and browser. SSL certificate will improve your SEO score.
Loads your site faster
We use nginx which has a lightweight structure, and much faster Apache architecture. We also configure a reverse proxy,so you can use the same server to host multiple websites.