Wellsites & My Dental Marketing

Is my website down

You can’t access your site, not sure if it’s just you  or all your clients can’t visit your site either? Just run http://www.downforeveryoneorjustme.com/. Enter your domain name and it will tell you if your website is down for everyone or just you. If it is just you, then it is likely that yout IP address… Continue Reading

Twitter Feeds

You may be viewing this page because the old version of Twitter Feed no longer works. This is because of an update Twitter made where they shut down v1 of their API and promoted their Embedded Timeline. 1) Register at https://dev.twitter.com/apps/new and create a new app. 2) After registering, fill in App name, e.g. “domain… Continue Reading

SPAM Filters

Filters to discard any unwated email can be set-up directly through your webmail account. Url to webmail:  http:/yourdomain.com.au/webmail enter your username and password It is recommended that you look into purchasing specific software that is compatible with your computer and email program. Third party software normally provided greater control. USEFUL TIP Mark email as SPAM… Continue Reading

Mailbox is full

It is important to cleared down your mailbox, if you been notified that is nearly full. Once the mailbox is full, you will not receive any emails and your clients will receive a mail delivery failed message. All your emails are stored within your domain. You can access them directly:  http://mycompanydomain.com.au/webmail. A Document conataining your… Continue Reading

Bullet Proof Security

Bullet Prrod Security has been installed on your site to help prevent unwanted attacks. The plugin is regularly updated with new security features.  After each upgrade the following message usually appears when you login to your dashboard: Just refresh your browser and the message will disappear. Any question please contact support@wellsites.com.au Continue Reading

Can’t Open my WordPress Post/Blog

Issue: Trying to click on on a valid  wordpress Post/blog, get the error “Not Found” Solution: The problem lies in the “slug” or url.  When you create a page or post, wordpress automatically generates the unique slug/url for that page or post.   It usually just takes the title. WordPress does have a limit on how… Continue Reading

Outlook rejected your login with Secure Password Authentication

Log onto incoming mail server (POP3): Your e-mail server rejected your login with Secure Password Authentication (SPA). Verify your account properties. Under Tools, click E-mail accounts. There have been documentated issues with Outlook when setting up an email account and ticking “Require logon using Secure Password Authentication” Box. This is mostly in version Microsoft Outlook… Continue Reading

Problems with MAC email

If you are having problems setting your email on MAC, try the following steps  Open Mail Go to Mail, Preferences Select the accounts option from the top of the page Click the mail account concerned on the left of the page Select the “Advanced” tab Deselect “Use SSL” Select the “Account Information” tab In the… Continue Reading

Fatel Error: When trying add or modifying a page

Problem: When trying to save a Page, the following error occurs: Fatal error: Allowed memory size of 33554432 bytes exhausted (tried to allocate 316641 bytes) in //public_html/wp-includes/wp-db.php on line 529 Solution: The internal memory of wordpress needs to be increased. Contact Support@wellsites.com.au to do this for you. Temporary Solution: Is to deactivate a particular large… Continue Reading

Fatel Error: During Upgrades

Problem: During either a wordpress upgrade or upgrade of certain plugins, the following error can occur: Downloading update from http://downloads.wordpress.org/plugin/si-contact-form.zip. Fatal error: Allowed memory size of 33554432 bytes exhausted (tried to allocate 2256669 bytes) in /h/public_html/wp-includes/http.php1363 on line Solution: Deactivate Plugins. Carry out the Upgrade. Re-activate the plugins. Continue Reading