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502 Bad Gateway Error and How to Fix It

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HTTP 504 Gateway Timeout and HTTP 502 Bad Gateway errors are the most common server errors for WordPress website visitors and owners. In my previous article, we’ve already discussed the causes of a 504 Gateway Timeout error and possible solutions for it. In this article, we’ll come to understand what a 502 Bad Gateway error is, talk about the reasons for a 502 Bad Gateway error, and explore some tips for troubleshooting this type of errors. What does 502 Bad Gateway mean? Before we define what a 502 Bad Gateway error is, let’s deep-dive into server infrastructure and find out the meaning of some terms, like web server, proxy server or gateway, and upstream server. Let’s first discuss how hosting a modern web application works. For this we need three actors: The web application The gateway The web server In the picture below you can see the PHP modern web…

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How to Add Google Analytics to WordPress (With and Without a Plugin)

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Here are instructions on how to add Google Analytics 4 to WordPress that’ll save you lots of headaches. If you’re reading this article, you either have no clue how to do it or you’re torn between adding it via a plugin or without. Don’t you despair. We’re here to guide you through this process. So what is Google Analytics 4? Your regular Google Analytics is all about tracking your website’s performance. Google Analytics 4 is exactly that with a few added cherries on top. For example, this new version includes features such as cross-platform (web and app) tracking, AI-generated recommendations, and an enhanced Firebase data model that allows you to track your users based on their “events” that are now called “hits” instead of the previous model based on sessions and pageviews. Having cleared this up, let’s tackle the next important question: Why is adding Google Analytics 4 to your…

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8 Workflow Automation Software Solutions to Boost Your Efficiency

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Aside from technology taking over humans (winky face, a little joke with a hint of “what-if”), what’s the reason you’re still spending so much time on manual tasks when you can automate them? From personal life to working life, from automated bill payments to automatic website building and so on; all these things help us save precious time wasted on hideous manual tasks and spend that time on business growth, family time, and therapy to recover from previous stressful working lifestyle. As the famous saying goes, “Life is too precious to waste on things you can pay someone else to do for you.” Nowadays, we can change it to, “Life is too precious to waste on things a tool can do for you.” All jokes aside, my life changed drastically when I started using automation software solutions to ease my working life. Back in the day, when I worked at…

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WordPress Cache and How It Can Improve Your Website Speed

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Nearly half of the World Wide Web is powered by WordPress, but somehow there’s a common misconception that WordPress websites are slow and laggy. In this article, we’ll give you full information about one of the techniques that can highly improve your website performance, WordPress caching. Caching is a technique that allows you to store the result of a long-running task in a fast access memory, and then reuse that result without actually doing the task. This means that cached content is displayed a lot faster than content that’s loaded directly from the server. It’s like memorizing your multiplication tables. Once you have memorized it, it’s so much faster to recite the answer to a multiplication problem off-hand than trying to calculate the answer all over again. Caching can be performed in different stages of a running web application, so every stage is called a cache layer. We’ll go through…

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5 Golden Rules for the Perfect Client Proposal (+Templates)

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Given that you’ve stumbled upon this article, I’ll go out on a limb and say that you need to write a client proposal and all you’ve done so far is create the doc and stare at it for a couple of minutes. I get it, I’ve been there before. Writing a client proposal is difficult, and writing the perfect client proposal is a real challenge. But don’t worry, you’ve actually found a goldmine. In this article, we will go over some general principles that will help you write a proposal your clients can’t decline. I’ll also share with you some templates that will help you get the ball rolling. My experience with client proposals is mainly with marketing proposals, but the principles that I’ll be sharing with you apply to other kinds of proposals too, be it design or development. What does a client proposal entail? Generally speaking, a client…

504 Gateway Timeout Error and How to Fix It

504 Gateway Timeout Error and How to Fix It

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An HTTP 504 Gateway Timeout error is the most common error encountered by website developers. And in many cases, it can become a real pain. Generally, it’s difficult to find out the reason for a timeout error because the server response has no helpful information about the error cause. In this article, we’ll find ways to troubleshoot timeout errors and find solutions for them, while giving you a better understanding of timeout errors and their causes. What is a 504 Timeout error? To deeply understand what a 504 Gateway Timeout error is let’s first have a look at server and client relationships. What happens when the client sends an HTTP request to the server? When the server receives the request, it processes it, and–depending on whether the result is successful or unsuccessful–returns a response with the corresponding HTTP status code in the HTTP response headers. HTTP status codes are a…

WordPress 5.7 New Features from the Latest Release

WordPress 5.7: New Features from the Latest Release

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“I know that you know but I’ll sing it again,” WordPress has a new release and this time around it honors yet another jazz genius Esperanza Spalding, the original source of that quote. Before diving into the nitty gritty of WordPress 5.7, let’s answer two important questions upfront: When will WordPress 5.7 be officially released? It’s already out. The official release date was on March 9, though its beta version had been rolled out before that. What’s new in WordPress 5.7? A bunch of things. But to cut it short, there are Gutenberg improvements that simplify the editing workflow, allowing users to create professional blocks with less coding and more drag-and-drop. Users also have more customization options that are easier for users to find. You could say that WordPress 5.7 is under the overall theme of simplified editing, advanced color palettes with “fresh” colors, and other improvements that will be…

What’s New: Mobile Dashboard, Form Widget, & 10Web Speed Optimizer

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With each completed sprint and each milestone reached, the teams at 10Web have one unifying objective, to give you an amazing product which is automated where it can be, generous with it’s tools, services, and pricing, easy to use, and honest. Oh, I’ll just come out and say it, we love you! Here is what we’ve been up to in the past month or so. 10Web Speed Optimizer Our Speed Optimizer Plugin has been putting on some muscle. With each functionality and option added to the 10Web Optimizer, we bring you closer to that perfectly optimized website that works at top speeds to keep you and your customers happy. Speed Optimizer Settings: Organized As the capabilities and the capacity of optimization in the Speed Optimizer Plugin grows, we’ve noticed that it might be getting a bit cluttered in the backend settings. To fix this, we have organized the settings of…

No BS Client Referral Tips to Grow Your Agency

No BS Client Referral Tips to Grow Your Agency

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Are you the type of person that prefers to give gifts over receiving ones? Or is it the other way around? What if I told you that when it comes to your relationships with your clients you gotta do both. It’s a give-and-take. First, you “give gifts” in the form of amazing services to help them grow their business, and then you “receive gifts” in the form of word of mouth, brand awareness, and direct client referrals. Sounds simple, right? Heck yeah, it does! Well, it is, as long as you do your job well and know how to build relationships with your clients based on trust and loyalty. If you don’t know how to do this, just read these 8 strategies we’ve separated for you in order to improve your client retention. Now, that that’s cleared up, we’re all set for some facts on how important getting client referrals…

The Complete Guide on How to Setup WordPress Multisite

The Complete Guide on How to Setup WordPress Multisite

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WordPress is a very popular and multifunctional content management system that powers 39.6% of websites in 2021. The free and simple functionality of the system makes it possible to create websites regardless of the level of technical knowledge. WordPress provides tons of features for building an amazing website, and one of the more advanced ones is WordPress multisite. This efficient feature empowers any WordPress user to create their own separate network of subsites for different purposes. WordPress multisite came to replace the multi-user edition which allowed users to securely manage their templates and settings without affecting any other users. What is a WordPress multisite? WordPress multisite allows you to build a network of subsites with a single WordPress instance – a good example for this is wordpress.com – and manage them from one dashboard. This feature is integrated into WordPress core, so you don’t need to download extra software to…

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