Well turns out a better way of having excerpts on home page is to use the <!–more–> comment tag.
So read at your risk, or if you don’t want to edit every single post to add the tag.
I just installed and enabled this new theme Twentytherteen, very nice, clean and with this VERY BIG font that is fancy nowadays.
Only two remarks:
In order to make the theme shows the summaries in place of the full articles in Home page and other similar circumstances (search results, author page, tag page, archive page, home page) , just find and edit the file called content.php in the root folder of your theme. Easy to do with the theme editor of Word Press. And look for the following line
Mini tutorial on how to get Woocommerce perfecly integrated into your already existing wordpress theme: this case Responsive By emiluzelac, a very good and really responsive theme for your wordpress blog.
Unfortunately this theme as a large number of themes, does not have the woocommerce optimization in order to get a perfect ecommerce wordpress platform. Infact woocommerce itself works great! It just need this little help. But, hey it is worth the effort!
I’m going through error logs in order to optimize apache performance avoiding unuseful php errors and warning not visible from the “outside”. Then i’ve found an error related with this wordpress plugin called “Awesome Ads” wich can manage ads displaying on pages and post from two providers: Adsense and Chitika. This second one must be in some way related with the plugin using the Adsense popularity and at same time the lack of very good plugin for its management, to push a bit their product. Common practice. Not shareable, but common.
As I wrote in a previous article, someone is buzzing my server with continuous requests for inexistent resources, just like /browserToolbarGetData?v=2. This could be related with a new ip address i just boght, i don’t know yet but there is no trace of this io address history, so i think i’m the first using it, so io’m prone to belive it is just a remote possibility… anyway let’s tale some countermeasures. Continue reading “[Solved] Apache2 access log browserToolbarGetData?v=2”
Fail2ban is one of my favourite server securing software, because it not only protects against several consequences deriving from being attacked by some script kiddy, but it saves a lot of system resources otherwise wasted serving pages to bots or similar.
I just discovered an annoying and repeated access log entry on my access logs wich leads to a 403/404 (i faked a little tso it makes sense for this article) error page (forbidden) and then i decided to let a specialized software do the job instead of using wordpress plugin, wich ,would act at a php/mysql level having to generate each time server headers, and here again, wasting server resources.