Setting up a budget has always been an important thing in business ventures and websites/apps are no exceptions. Planning your web-app cost ahead helps you save money and time because then you can easily decide what server type would be the best for you and what important features you would like to cover in the first version.
When a website appears broken, what most website owners do is search the web for a solution, deactivate all plugins by temporarily renaming the plugins folder and then re-activate them one-by-one to check their website for the problem after each reactivation.
When you remove and upload any images being used in several spots on your website, WordPress automatically generates a new ID for them and bounds you select the new one all around.
Other times when you want to rename an image file also leaves you with broken links until you update all your posts and pages using that specific image.
This post provides you an easy solution that lets you replace or rename any image file without breaking any links on your and other websites.
This is the most common error type experienced sometimes when you try to access your hosting‘s cPanel.
You have many options (depends solely on your issue with your database) to repair a broken database. This post explains you the easiest and automatic option which you get at SANGKRIT.net and the most popular universal option by using phpMyAdmin.