You have used Wordpress normally for last five years, but one day you upload a picture for your new post and it never complete the uploading process. The system keeps showing the message “The uploaded file could not be moved to…”. This is very annoying, because you know your server’s disk space haven’t full yet, all other functions are still working well. This issue could happen when you upload any type of data or a new plugin. Hopefully, you can pick one of these solution to solve this issue out:
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The WordPress Contact Form 7 plugin by Takayuki Miyoshi is a simple and fast way to build powerful contact forms for any wordpress website. Sometimes, as developers, we find the need to restrict access to the Contact forms created using Contact Form 7 for a client’s website in an effort to keep them from altering the structure of the forms. The first thought is remove Contact Form 7 link from the Admin Menu, then other clients no longer can access the form editor or they don’t know it ever exists.
If you just installed WordPress, a WordPress plugin, or a theme for your site and out of nowhere your site returns a 500 Internal Server Error, please read the information below.
If you have been surfing the web for any length of time you have probably encountered a 500 internal server error. These errors are not confined to WordPress. They are generic errors that report very little on what the actual cause is. First, don’t panic. Lot’s of people have been confronted with these errors, and they can be fixed. In