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Troubleshooting in WordPress – how to find the culprit?

As a beginner (but also as advanced user), your WordPress website can present to you some very challenging and confusing issues from time to time. Overcoming these problems and finding out what’s messing up your website can be overwhelming. Especially if you’re unfamiliar with modifying code and dealing with scripts. So how to troubleshoot problems…

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How to solve common cache issues on WordPress websites

Using caching on your website is possibly the most effective way to decrease loading times of your web pages and bring content to your visitors quickly. WordPress has an abundance of cache plugins freely available to help you increase performance throughout all aspects of your WordPress website. The more complex these caching solutions become, the…

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Beginners Guide: HTML Basics for your WordPress Website

Learning the basics of HTML (Hypertext Markup Language) or any programming language can be a daunting task. Especially when you’re being bombarded with jargon you don’t understand. Luckily, you can use simple HTML basics to customize a WordPress website with comparative ease. WordPress was developed with ease-of-use in mind, catering for seasoned professionals and complete…

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How to override parent theme functions in a child theme

The best practice to customize your WordPress (parent) theme and override template files or functions is by using a child theme. We’ve already pulished a basic tutorial on how to create and use child themes. However, while overriding template files in a child theme is easy, overriding parent theme functions in a child theme takes…

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Beginners Guide: Implement jQuery Scripts into WordPress Websites

jQuery scripts come in all kinds of shapes and sizes. They can do a variety of awesome things, but implementing them into your WordPress website can be a challenge for beginners. In particular, if the documentation is littered with hard-to-understand jargon and unclear instructions. In this article we shall walk you through the process of…

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How to create Custom Menus in WordPress

Creating custom menus in WordPress belongs to the basics of managing WordPress websites. It’s usually one of the first things people do when configuring their website with their new WordPress theme. Custom menus in WordPress are very useful for improving usability and navigation for your website visitors and readers on your WordPress website or blog….

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Where to find demo content for your WordPress website

If you would like to have some demo content on your WordPress website, there are basically three different ways to do so. First, you could just quickly create some (sample) posts, categories, pages, etc. by yourself. Second, you could import demo content in WordPress through XML files and third, you could install a plugin which…

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How to Increase the Memory & Upload Limit in WordPress

WordPress works straight out of the box, and for the most part, all the technical aspects that may cause errors or obstacles will be coming from the server side, which means that whenever you run into problems such as Memory Limit or File Upload Size Limit; you need to optimize your server configuration and settings…

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Moving your website from WordPress.com to WordPress.org

Wanting to take the plunge and move away from your WordPress.com hosted website or blog to a self-hosted WordPress installation taking your site along with you? The process isn’t as daunting as you may think. WordPress comes with the tools needed to do just that, with only a few mouse clicks. The differences between the…

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Tutorial: MH Posts Focus Widget

The MH Posts Focus widget is included in the popular MH Magazine theme and has been designed to display up to 5 posts with focus on one large post in the middle. This nice looking custom widget can be placed into any of the available widget areas and will appear differently based on the width…

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