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How to Fix WordPress Fatal Error: Allowed Memory Size of xxx Bytes Exhausted (Quick Fix)

Hello guys, welcome to syfime.com. This article is designed for WordPress fatal error which is “Allowed Memory Size of  40000 Bytes Exhausted”.  The reason is, your memory cannot handle your requests anymore.... Read more »

How to Make A Child Theme For Your WordPress Template 2018

Hello guys, welcome back to another tutorial. So today, this tutorial is about making a child theme easily without using other 3rd part plugins or resources.  As a WordPress developer or a... Read more »

How To Activate SSL On Your WordPress Site Without Plugins (No Redirects)

Hello guys, welcome back to another WordPress tutorial. This is a special topic for any developer. Because SSL is a must in these days. Some hosting companies are providing SSL freely. But the... Read more »

How To Manage Client’s Admin Features of WordPress Website

What’s up guys, welcome back to another WordPress tutorial. This tutorial is about customizing your admin panel for your client. Maybe your client can change anything same as you. If the client... Read more »

How To Make WordPress Website Run Faster By Changing CPanel Settings

Hello guys, welcome back to another tutorial. This tutorial is about getting the real speed of your WordPress site. Firstly, I thought to put the title as “speed up your website by changing... Read more »

How To Remove The Version Number of Your WordPress Website

Hello Guys, Welcome to the first tutorial of SyfiMe blog. Here I’m going to tell a way for all the WordPress site developers or owners who need to remove the version numbers from... Read more »