New Enhanced Ruby Theme Version 2.0 Released

We are glad to tell you that we have updated our Ruby theme to version 2.0 that contains major changes to enhance theme style and functionality. If you don’t know about our Ruby theme then i want to tell you that the Ruby theme is a clean, minimal, responsive, fast loading and fully customizable WordPress theme. The theme is built using HTML5, CSS3, Bootstrap 4 and is SEO friendly. The theme can be used for anything so be creative and unleash its full potential in blogging, ecommerce, business and other websites. Many users are using this theme to create their Read More

Find Template Stylesheet Options

This detailed step by step tutorial will help anybody who wants to change WordPress theme from database. After installing new theme or updating it sometimes the conflict occurs between the theme and WordPress or plugins which causes white screen of death error or any other conflict error. This error prevents WordPress users to access WordPress admin area. Without accessing admin area, it is hard to change the WordPress theme which is conflicting but it is possible to change it from WordPress database. Access WordPress Database The WordPress database is generally stored in MySQL Relational SQL database management system. You can Read More

Destination Folder Already Exists

Sometimes WordPress users try to install theme or plugin and get an error message “Destination folder already exists” along with “Theme install failed” or “Plugin install failed”. They don’t know why the WordPress is generating this error, which folder already exists on what destination as the error says and what it has to do with plugin or theme installation. No need to worry as in this detailed tutorial we have explained below why the WordPress displays “Destination folder already exists” error message and how you can resolve it easily. What does “Destination folder already exists” error mean? The “Destination folder Read More

Fix WordPress Issue "Internal Server Error"

500 Internal Server Error is one of the common and worst WordPress errors. I refer it as most frustrating WordPress error because like many other WordPress errors this error does not provide any specific information about the problem. It just says it is a server error but actually it is rarely a server error and usually when this error occurs the server is working fine. You can confirm it yourself by checking other sites on the server or uploading a test file to execute to know whether the server is working fine which is most of the time is working Read More