Blog versus Website: What are the Differences?

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Practically, a website and a blog are almost similar. I mean, they are both hosted on the World Wide Web and are also good sources of information. But that is as far as facial value goes.

Technically, websites and blogs have quite recognizable differences and people need to identify and easily distinguish them, especially if they are planning to incorporate the two in their businesses.

For one, websites are not optional when it comes to modern day business development. However, having a blog will depend on the level of “intimacy” you wish to have with your customers –it is irresistible and quite frankly a great source of feedback for your business.

It’s good to understand that you cannot differentiate these two in terms of convenience; as a way of choosing one over the other. The functionalities of both are in such a way that one can’t be overlooked in favor of the other.

The differences are far between and still closely linked in terms of the history and how they present information to the readers or customers.

So what do you need to know about the differences between the blog and website?

 These are the main differences between a website and blog, more specifically, on the presentation of content and the general overview. 

·        A website content is static, but the content on the blog is regularly updated

·        The blog is informal in its content, presentation while the website is entirely formal.

·        The website offers information through one-way communication, meaning that interactivity is not allowed while the blog survives on interactivity.

·        The website is created for transaction activity, but the blog is meant to be educational and informative.

·        A website will be involved in communicating about the products or services being offered by a business, on the other hand the blog handles the customer’s activity and the issues concerning the industry.

·        Even though it can’t be described as a technical difference; most businesses have websites (in fact, it is a requirement for most businesses) but the same cannot be said about blogs and most businesses.

What you need to know about a website

The simplest definition of a website is that it is a virtual store that is involved in selling products and services. As stated earlier, most businesses have websites; it would be suicidal for a business to operate without one.

I would like you to think of it as an extension of the brick and mortar store that you have or it can also be the main store for most online based businesses –and they are many. The paradigm shift isn’t a new concept, but a process that has led to the full adaptation of the working within the online marketplace because of the ease of transactions and the simplicity of doing business online.

In most cases, the websites are involved in buying and selling and promotional activities. Therefore, due to the dependence of the online marketplace by most individuals, it is highly likely that they will go to a search engine to find a website that will either have the products they are looking for or it will lead them to a brick and mortar store with the goods or services they actually need.

The question of having both a physical store and an online one will depend on the business interests and what a business is expected to gain. Some businesses choose to limit their websites for promotional activities only.

 One of the major differences that limit the website functionality is the inability to build relationships due to the fact that its content is static. Once a person buys a product from your website, there is likelihood they will not visit the store once again.

The website lacks interactivity which means there is no building of relationships. Its function is mainly based on ensuring that clients acquire the right information on making purchases including actual transactions.

What do you need to know about blogs?

Obviously, from the above discussions, the blog builds on the essence of interactivity. For one, a blog needs to be regularly updated with informative and interesting blog posts. These blog posts are the basis of the discussion between the business and the customers.

It is this reason that blog posts have a space left for comments at the tail end of the post. In the same case the customers can ask questions, make suggestions and generally interact with the business providing much needed feedback.

The idea in a business, having a blog is to improve its rating among the customer (both existing and potential customers). In fact, with a regular update on the blog posts the business will be regarded highly by the clients in terms of content provision.

With that said, it is good to note that a blog is better at building and strengthening relationship with the customers. However, in the same case, it does not mean that all the people who interact with you on the blog will necessarily become your customers.

They are those individuals who need a trusted source of information on the online marketplace but are not really out to purchase anything from you. But if you look on the bright side, if they come to your blog, that means you are doing a good job. To the existing customers, you tend to build more trust on a personal level since they can interact with you on a certain degree of “intimacy”.

In order for a blog to be effective in its functions the content needs to be updated at least once or twice weekly. In addition the content needs to be fresh, engaging and original. Blogs thrive on content since it is the magnet that attracts readers to your blog.

As a matter of fact, you shouldn’t try to sell anything on a blog; you will fail miserably and you might even lose your readership. That is a function best left for the website.

Can you have it both ways? With a blog and website

The answer is yes. You can be able to have both a website and a blog on the same platform. One of the advantages of having the two on the same platform is the ability to kill two birds with one stone.

In essence, the two are important elements of online exposure and as I stated earlier, one cannot be overlooked in expense of the other. Their functionalities have a broad presence in delivering relevant content to the customers that is beneficial to the business in the long run.

How can you achieve this? The idea is creating a website with wordpress. This software will allow you to have the static web pages and also the blog pages on the same platform.

The advantages of having it both ways

·        When both a website and blog are designed on the same platform they tend to create a homogeneous look that is easily identifiable with the customers.

·        One other important aspect of attracting traffic is through search engine optimization and you can imagine how easy it would be when optimizing both your blog and website at the same time; the work is less and twice as effective.

·        When you have the two in the same place it becomes easier to create a formidable web presence.

·        It also helps to cut down on the amount of work, especially when it comes to the maintenance and management of content since the entire web features are based on the content management systems(CMS).

·        The sharing of add-on plugins is more efficient between the posts and web pages.

Final Conclusion:

In a nutshell, there are significant differences between a website and a blog. The presentation of content on each is different and as such the purposes are also different.

However, both websites and blogs play crucial roles in building and maintaining online presence and exposure. Therefore, they need to be incorporated into the creation of reputable business development, whether for the online based store or brick and mortar store.

Ideally, a business that offers the transaction aspect through the website and interactive opportunities through the blog tend to maintain a long lasting relationship that is built on trust and integrity while delivering efficiency in the long run.

This is very true when it comes to the businesses that are online based. When the two are incorporated in the business they tend to work perfectly together, with loads of benefits that a business actually needs in its day to day operations.

It is also good to note that the search engines tend to love the weblogs, which is a combination of a website and a blog due to the fact that they are being regularly updated and their emphasis on providing relevant content.

But you need to ensure that the blog is consistently updated while at the same time ensuring that it is optimized alongside your website. Furthermore, the blog needs to be properly managed in terms of providing responses to the clients. Finally, we can say,the major difference between the two types, blog and a static website is about the content refreshment. The major content of website remains the same. Though the webmaster could add additional pages to the website to increase the content, but the order by which the information is presented could not be later changed.

Of course, you need to familiarize yourself with the blogging tools that are responsible for the maintenance of the blog posts.  
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HTTP Error 406 Not acceptable by Disable ModSecurity in cPanel

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A client (e.g. your Web browser or our CheckUpDown robot) can indicate to the Web server (running the Web site) the characteristics of the data it will accept back from the Web server. This is done using 'accept headers' of the following types:

Accept: The MIME types accepted by the client. For example, a browser may only accept back types of data (HTML files, GIF files etc.) it knows how to process.
Accept-Charset: The character sets accepted by the client.
Accept-Encoding: The data encoding accepted by the client e.g. the file formats it understands.
Accept-Language: The natural languages (English, German etc.) accepted by the client.
Accept-Ranges: Whether the client accepts ranges of bytes from the resource i.e. a portion of the resource.

If the Web server detects that the data it wants to return is not acceptable to the client, it returns a header containing the 406 error code. (Last updated: March 2012).
Fixing 406 errors - general

This error occurs very infrequently in Web browsers, because most browsers will accept any data returned from the Web server.

If the client is not a Web browser, then anyone can only investigate the problem by looking at the Accept headers generated by the client system and the data stream returned by the Web server. If you do not have access to the source code for these systems, the only thing you can do is refer the problem to technical support people at the companies that developed the systems.
Fixing 406 errors - CheckUpDown

Our service monitors your site for HTTP errors like 406. This error should simply never occur in your CheckUpDown account. If it does, it typically indicates defective programming of our systems or of the Web server which manages the site. We do not use accept headers at all, so there is no reason for the Web server to generate a 406 error.

Please contact us (email preferred) whenever you encounter 406 errors - there is nothing you can do to sort them out. We then have to liaise with your ISP and the vendor of the Web server software to agree the exact reason for the error.
406 errors in the HTTP cycle

Any client (e.g. your Web browser or our CheckUpDown robot) goes through the following cycle when it communicates with the Web server:

Obtain an IP address from the IP name of the site (the site URL without the leading 'http://'). This lookup (conversion of IP name to IP address) is provided by domain name servers (DNSs).

Open an IP socket connection to that IP address.
Write an HTTP data stream through that socket.
Receive an HTTP data stream back from the Web server in response. This data stream contains status codes whose values are determined by the HTTP protocol. Parse this data stream for status codes and other useful information.

This error occurs in the final step above when the client receives an HTTP status code that it recognises as '406'.

In this article, we will discuss how you can disable ModSecurity through your cPanel account. ModSecurity is an important apache module that protects your site from possible hacks, and, thus, it is enabled on all new accounts by default.

However, in the course of development you may encounter a situation, like a 406 -- Not Acceptable, error in which you must disable ModSecurity. Follow along with the steps below to see how you can disable ModSecurity for individual domains or all domains on your cPanel account.
Disable ModSecurity for Individual Domains

Log into cPanel

Under Security choose ModSecurity

Under Configure Individual Domains, Switch affected On or Off (For all domains, ModSecurity is On by default)

You will receive alert messages of success and warning.

Disable ModSecurity for All Domains
Log into cPanel

Under Security choose ModSecurity

Under Configure All Domains, click Disable

If you wish to proceed, click Disable All

You will receive alert messages of success and warning. If you change your mind, click Enable to re-enable ModSecurity

Well done! You know how to disable ModSecurity through cPanel.
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Top Predictions for Web Designers to Get Stylist look in 2017

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Trends in web design, like fashion trends, come and go. Sometimes trends are dictated by necessity (like responsive design). Other trends are industry shifts, such as the change from skeuomorphism to flat design.


The decision to follow a trend must depend on the needs of your users and your business. The decision should never be based solely on “it’s what the cool sites are doing”. Fads fade. A site built only on trends quickly becomes out of date.

Through 2016, we have been introduced to a multitude of new styles and trends as designers continue to shift away from very simplistic and minimalist directions. We are beginning to see a move back towards a more visually comprehensive and impactful design trend. The implementation of new technologies and softwares such as Framer and Origami continue to expand the possibilities of what is possible in web design.

Below, we will look at six web design style predictions which look set to develop and continue through 2017, and some recent examples which have already begun to effectively implement these latest trends.

1. Subtle microinteractions

Microinteractions have really begun to gather traction on the web, and with multiple new and sophisticated tools for prototyping and implementing these, the trend looks set to continue. is a great example of microinteractions done effectively. The hover effects are highly stylised and feature beautiful and satisfying transitional animations.

2. Overlapping depth elements

Nyte template.

A trend that really began to develop with the introduction of Google’s Material guidelines is that of overlapping elements to create depth. The trend is as popular as ever and examples such as the above present a fine example of just how it can be so effective, particularly when use with contrasting colors and large shadows. The result is subtle but high impact, and can help produce a satisfying transition between elements as the user works their way down the page.

3. Hand-drawn iconography

Hand-drawn icons on

Icon trends are also advancing and tie in directly with web design. The website shows how carefully implemented hand-drawn icons can provide great contrast to clean and uniform typography. It’s also becoming more abundant for use as call to action pointers such as ‘Get in touch’. This is now more frequent as designers and marketers look to increase conversions using subtle contrasting visual hints.

4. Colorful shape gradients

Stripe’s new website was incredibly well-received across the design industry and gives us a glimpse at the styles that designers may be inspired by into 2017. One of the most bold and impactful styles used by Stripe is the shape-filled gradient header that is becoming ever synonymous with their brand. It uses multiple angular gradients and combines them to great effect. 2017 is likely to see more gradients introduced, particularly in hero sections of websites where designers have the most ability to attract the attention of new visitors.

5. Minimal mockups

Via Sketch App Sources.

Another trend that Stripe looks to have solidified is that of using minimal product mockups as opposed to their realistic counterparts. This can provide a less severe, subtle flow to a website, and presents the opportunity for the work inside the mockup to really stand out. The above example is a great free version of such a mockup and should help serve as a great resource to begin using the latest 2017 trends in your web designs.

6. Large colored shadows

Image: Dribble.

As shadows continue to make their comeback, designers are looking at more creative ways of using them in their designs. One example of this is the use of large colored shadows as opposed to small monochrome equivalents. When combined with a colored background, as above, this style can enhance the shadowed element and overall visual design of the website.

Recall of Mind

As 2016 nears an end, web design continues to slowly shift away from the very flat trends that have been so prevalent in the previous few years. Designers are continuing to develop visually interesting and bold styles which are effective in conveying a brand while maintaining and improving ease of use for the user.
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Perfect Web Design can boost the 3 degrees of a popular company

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Every company on the web deserves a great website that does an amazing job of representing their business. With so much advancement on the web every year, we always see new trends coming out. The truth is, a great web design can boost your companies popularity on the web instantly.

Breaking down Web Design and Popularity 

Below, we will be getting deeper into defining what a great web design is, how to improve your current web design, and how a web design can affect your companies popularity on the web. 

Defining Degree 1- What is a great web design?

Identifying a great web design can be split into 5 different categories.

Category A. Visual Design. 

The visual outer appearance of a website is placed in the first category. The visual outer appearance of a website should have a great web design. All elements of the page should be in place and nothing should be overlapping. Make sure that your Ntw design creates a visual web design that does a great job to showcase company on the web. The visual design of a site is the first thing that defines a great web design.

Category B. Internal Coding. 

The internal coding appearance of a website is placed in the second category. The internal coding plays a major role on the overall website performance. A web designer must follow clean coding methods to produce a clean coded web design. Always note to close all unopened div tags and remove unused javascript files from a script. The internal coding is the second thing that defines a great web design. 

Category C. Mobile Friendly. 

The mobile friendly aspect of a website is placed in the third category. There are millions of people on mobile devices in the USA and Europe. Mobile devices have gotten so popular and advanced with new features that it is fun for the average mobile user to browse the net through a mobile device. A mobile device is something that you can take anywhere and it is always work friendly. Mobile devices now have app stores that allow anyone to download almost any app that they can imagine! With this amount of growth in mobile device use, a web design must become mobile friendly. Years before, web designers didn’t stress enough about mobile devices and their main focus was producing a great web design for desktops. Now, the tables have turned and producing a mobile friendly web design is one of the most important things on the list. Being that mobile devices are smaller, for a web design to be mobile friendly, somethings need to change. The first thing that needs to change is the font size. Mobile devices have smaller screen sizes which means that a website needs to have a larger font size to please the average web visitor. Another thing that makes a web design mobile friendly is a responsive layout. A responsive layout will re-shape a web design for different screen sizes. By making your fixed layout a responsive layout, you will have satisfied almost all of your mobile devices users. The mobile friendly aspect of a design is the third thing that defines a great web design. 

Category D. On Page Company Graphics. 

The company graphics of a website is placed in the fourth category. Your company should contain high-resolution photography that represents your brand and your color theme. Graphics of actively working or scenery ( depending on your business field) are most preferred on the web. There are 2 free solutions for finding quality photos for your website. The first solution is renting out a studio,gathering your team, and taking some great snaps. This first solution is great because it provides you unique photos that you will only have online and no one else has. The second solution to finding quality photos free is by searching a creative commons directory. Creative Commons images are completely free to use and by inspecting out their sub-license, you can even find pictures that are allowed for commercial use with no attribution. Creative Commons photos have a large range of images to select from, this gives a company tons of choices! The on page company graphics of a design is the fourth thing that defines a great web design.

Category E. Social Activity. 

The social icons of a website are placed in the fifth and final category. Social activity is known for boosting web visitors and expanding a website even further on the web. A company should always include all their most used social networking sites on the footer of their website. When a web visitor lands on your page, they should expect to see what else you are doing outside of your website. It is recommended to always be active on social media and list your social media icons/links on your site. The social activity of a design is the fifth thing that defines a great web design.

Visitor Degree 2- How does a web design effect a web visitors actions? 

The web visitor is the most important person that you will always try to impress. No matter how much money you may use in online marketing and SEO when that web visitor lands on your website, that is when the results come in. 

1-First Impression. A well-designed site should create an instant first impression to the web visitor and represent a company very well. The first impression of a web design is always memorable. 

2-Average Web Stay Time. If a website is favored, a web visitor will stay longer. If a website is disliked, the web visitor will leave the page instantly. A well-designed site will increase on page visitor stay time while a disliked site will increase a website's bounce rates. The goal is to always prevent bounce rates. 

Newest Trends Degree 3- What are the latest web design trends that you can use to boost your popularity? 

1- Engaging Design. An engaging web design will spark up a first-time web visitors interest. An engaging web design can fall in the lines of a UI Motion design. 

2- One Page Design. The one-page design has been proven to be mobile favored! This design does an absolutely amazing job of giving the web visitor all they need to read on 1 page. 

3- Large Vid Backgrounds. Large video backgrounds have added that twist in web design. A video background will catch the eye of a first-time web visitor and increase page stay time. 

Final words : 

Above, we have justified the 3 degrees that show how a great web design can lead to popularity on the web. Better designed websites have been proven to be more successful! Read the 3 degrees we have defined and split to get a better understanding of howa great web design can boost popularity on the web.
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WordPress Solution : White page issue after installation or update of theme or plugin

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If you fail to Access Admin Or Blank White Page After Install Or Update of any WordPress theme or plugin or both. Here is the ultimate instant solution for bloggers, marketers , entrepreneurs and business owners. 


After installing a new theme or plugin, or updating a theme or plugin, your site may return a blank white page or keep you from accessing the admin area.

There are three primary causes for white screens:
Fatal errors in the code that keep the page from loading
Missing or corrupt files
Memory issues with WordPress due to server configuration or database capacity

Why do you get this error?

Majority of the time when you see a white screen of death, it means that you exhausted the memory limit. This could be caused by a plugin that you may be using that is not functioning properly. It could also be caused by a poorly coded theme that you are using. It could also mean that there is an issue with your web hosting server. Since the problem can be caused by any number of things, it may require a lot of troubleshooting.


General Troubleshooting

To find out whether the cause is the theme, a plugin, WordPress or your server:
Log into your site via FTP. If you are unsure of how to use FTP, contact your host for asisstance
Go to wp-content and rename the plugins folder to plugins-off (this will deactivate all plugins).
Return to your WordPress admin and see if access is restored.
If yes, you have a conflicting plugin. Rename the folder back to plugins, then visit the Plugins area in your admin and reactivate each plugin one at a time, starting with WooCommerce or other “critical” plugins until you trigger the one that breaks the site again. To resolve the plugin conflict, delete the plugin folder via FTP or repeat the above and leave that plugin deactivated.
If no, deactivating plugins did not solve the issue, continue:
Under wp-content, go to themes and rename your theme’s folder. For example, store-off

You must have at least one default theme in the themes folder for this to work. WordPress will automatically activate TwentyFourteen if available.
Return to your WordPress admin and see if access is restored.
If yes, reinstall and reactivate your theme using a fresh download of the latest version. 
If no, the issue is likely not your theme or a plugin and likely has to do with WordPress or your server configuration.

Corrupt Files In WordPress

Download a fresh copy of the latest version of WordPress from and unzip the wordpress folder it contains to your desktop or an easy-to-find location
Connect to your site via FTP and upload the contents of the unzipped wordpress folder to your site root and overwrite the existing.
When viewing the wordpress folder contents on your computer, it should look very similar to your site folders (ie you should see a wp-admin, wp-content and wp-includes with a bunch of files).
This will NOT overwrite your config or site content/uploads, plugins or themes.

When the transfer/overwrite is complete, attempt to access your admin again (it should work now).
If you suspect your site may have been hacked or infected with malware, refer to Site has been hacked or redirects to malware URL

Suspected Memory Issues

Try increasing the allowed memory in your php.ini to 64M or higher. You may need your host to do this for you.

We understand that this is a very frustrating error, and we hope that one of the tricks above fixed the issue for you. What have you tried that seemed to work for you? If you found another solution to work, then please let us know. We would be happy to expand on this resource, so others do not have to waste as much time finding a solution.
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Failed to access WordPress Admin Panel Dashboard, Create New user or change password from control panel

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One of our users site got hacked and the WP Admin user account password was changed by the hacker. This essentially locked the user out of his admin dashboard. It is best (for situations like this) to just create a new admin user account to gain access to WP admin dashboard and fix things as needed.
In this tutorial I will show you how you can create a new WordPress admin user account via MySQL database (without having access to your WordPress admin dashboard).
Note: You can ONLY do this if you are the site owner. You need to have access to cPanel/Control Panel of your server (comes with your hosting plan). If you don’t know the details of your cPanel login then ask your hosting provider.

Step 1) Access Your MySQL Database

  • Log into your cPanel/Control panel
  • Go to “Database” section
  • Click on PHPMyAdmin icon

Step 2) Go to the WP Users table

  • Select your WordPress database from the list of databases in PhpMyAdmin
  • Go to the WP Users table and click on the “insert” link

Step 3) Insert a New Record in the Users Table

You will need to fill in the following fields to insert a new user record:
  • ID – Keep the value of this field empty (it will automatically assign the correct value for it)
  • user_login – insert the username you want to use
  • user_pass – add a password for the account. Select MD5 in the functions menu (Refer to the screenshot below).
  • user_nicename – leave this field empty for now
  • user_email – add the email address you want to use for this account.
  • user_url – leave this field empty for now
  • user_registered – select the date/time for when this user is registered.
  • user_status – set this to 0.
  • display_name – leave this field empty for now
  • Click on the Go Button (you should see a success message)

You can go back to the wp_users table and browser the entries to verify that the user record has been inserted correctly (see screenshot below).

Take note of the value if the “ID” field for this newly created user (we will need this ID field’s value for the next step). In this case the ID is 2.

Step 4) Insert User Meta Values

This is the final step where we will assign some user meta values to the user account we just created.
Go to the “wp_usermeta” table and click on the “insert” link:

Use the following values and click the “Go” button to insert the usermeta data
  • unmeta_id – Leave it blank (it will be generated for you)
  • user_id – This is the ID of the user we created in the previous step. For our case it is 2.
  • meta_key – Use wp_capabilities
  • meta_value – Use the following value for this field:
See screenshot below

All done!
Changing Your WordPress Admin Password Within Your Database


You've forgotten or lost your password for your WordPress admin account, and now you can't get in to edit your site.

There are four ways you can recover or change your admin password, and continue to work on your site.

Option 1: Use the WordPress Built-In Password Reset Feature

This option is the easiest. It requires the username or email address attached to the account that you are trying to reset the password for. It requires that you know the email address and password for the account associated with the WordPress admin account.
  1. In your URL bar go to
  2. On this screen, click Lost Your Password?
    This will send a password reset link to your admin account's email address.
  3. Login to your email account for your admin account.
  4. Click the email from your WordPress site.
  5. Click the password reset link.
  6. On the next screen enter and confirm your new password click Reset.
  7. On the next screen click Log In.
  8. Use your admin username and the new password to login.
Option 2: Change the Password in the MySQL Database

This option requires knowledge of the Customer Control Panel, phpMyAdmin, and the WordPress database. It is not recommended to attempt this without familiarity in these areas. If you do not feel comfortable manually editing the database, or navigating the control panel, please follow the steps in Option 3.
  1. Login to your Control Panel. 
  2. Click on the System tab up at the top left.
  3. Navigate to Websites & Domains.
  4. Click on Databases.
  5. Click on the database for your WordPress site.
  6. Click on WebAdmin.
  7. Click on the wp_users table
    Note: Your database may have different prefixes on the tables, depending on how it was set up.
  8. Click on the Browse tab up at the top on the left side.
  9. Click on the user you wish to edit
    Note: The edit button will be to the far left at the beginning of the row.
  10. In the password field, select MD5 for the type, and enter in your new password.
  11. Click Go at the bottom.
  12. Go to your site's login and try your new password. If all went as expected, your new password should work, and you can login.
Option 3: Contact Support for Assistance

This option is for that situation when you can't get to your site to use the lost password link, or when you don't feel comfortable editing your database manually.
  1. Log in to your Control Panel. 
  2. Click the Help tab at the top.
  3. Click Trouble Tickets.
  4. Click Submit a Ticket.
  5. Click on SUPPORT: I have a technical issue that I need assistance with.
  6. Click Open a Ticket with the Support Team, then click next.
  7. In the application drop down, select the application you are using, in this case, WordPress.
    Enter in all of the information that you can provide in the fields provided.
    The only fields that are required are:
    • What your domain name is
    • What you are trying to do, in this case, you can leave it at the default, Control Panel
    • You'r preferred follow up method
    • Subject of the ticket
    • The message explaining what you are trying to do, and what you need help with in this case, please include the username you are trying to reset the password for.
  8. Click Submit at the bottom.
  9. We will begin working on your ticket very soon and you will be receiving your reply as soon as we are done, or if we need more information from you.
Option 4: Use Control Suite's Update WordPress User Password Button

This option is only available to dedicated server customers. 
  1. Log into your dedicated server using Remote Desktop
  2. Double click on the Control Suite icon on your desktop. 
  3. Login to Control Suite.
  4. Double click on the Plesk x.x.x (Domains) icon in the Navigation Tree.
  5. Double click on the [domain] that requires the password reset.
  6. Double click on WordPress x.x.x
  7. Double click on Administrators. Click on admin.
  8. Click on the Update WordPress User Password in the Commands Ribbon.
  9. Type the new password in the Main Window and press Execute.

Update WordPress User Password
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