Month: July 2019

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Fixing Google AdSense-WordPress Integration problems

As you may have noticed, this site is heavily relying on GoogleAds and setting up the ads was a bit challenging task. Everything was a lot simpler years ago, but now the ads require adding the GDPR disclaimer, ads.txt, ideally linking various google systems and so on. Anyway, just wanted…

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How to Upload Huge Images to WordPress

Well, this actually applies not just to WordPress but to most PHP applications, it’s just that with WordPress market share close to 60% this is the platform where you most frequently see the problem to manifest. It looks like this: Maximum upload file size: 2M The problem is not really…

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Fixing NextGen Gallery Problem with Absolute Paths

I just upgraded NexGen Gallery plugin for WordPress and found most of the galleries ruined. What’s worse is that even the plugin’s own configuration interface became broken. Quick googling around revealed that I’m not the only one and a lot of people are affected by this problem. Not sure why…