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How to add Google AdSense to your WordPress website

Google AdSense is one of the most convenient ways of displaying advertisements on your website, and is especially favored amongst website owners and bloggers. As AdSense is provided on behalf of Google, there is very minimal risk involved with payments, and you don’t have to worry about your ads being tracked properly. AdSense offers two…

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How to embed images in WordPress plus adding a caption

WordPress is a content management software, and content means texts, information, sharing stories. Are images associated with that? Most certainly. Although books can go without a single image throughout the whole book, websites and blogs of any kind are usually more versatile and good stories require good pictures to complement the overall essence of the…

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Using Gravatar for User Avatars in WordPress

A Gravatar is a “Globally Recognized Avatar”, which you can create when you open an account at Gravatar. It’s a personal photo of you or anything else that appears next to a comment that you may have made on a WordPress website. That photo is known as an Avatar. You can only have your Avatar…

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How to manage user roles in WordPress

WordPress is always run by one user, the administrator. You can not have a WordPress website without at least one administration user. An administrator is then able to appoint other administrators, but also editors, contributors, and standard members. WordPress is all about user roles, each role has a different level of permissions, giving it a…

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Two ways to add Google Analytics to WordPress

Website visitors are real people, with different kinds of personalities, and different kinds of interests. In order to maximize your potential to succeed, you must learn about the behavior of your visitors and what makes them attracted to your website in the first place, so that you can take that insight and capitalize on it…

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How to integrate MailChimp into your WordPress website

Email marketing has outgrown the boundaries of collecting emails within a limited scope, modern web technology allows collecting emails through your website from every visitor that lands on your pages. Not everyone is going to become a subscriber, but neither is everyone going to reject your subscription proposal, the worst thing is probably not to…

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How to put your WordPress site in maintenance mode

There comes a time when you have to pause your regular website operations and put everything in maintenance mode, failure to do so may result in visitor irritation and confusion that can lead to many things, including bad reviews and general loss of a potential new customer. It’s simply good practice to take the necessary…

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Things to Know About WordPress Caching and Potential Issues

WordPress is known for its versatility, functionality and flexibility, but for example when it comes to being able to use it as a backend for sites that receive more than a 100,000 visitors every month, you have to start thinking about factors such as performance of the server and the WordPress installation, and how that…

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How to open WordPress menu items in new window/tab?

In WordPress you can create custom menus very easily through your WordPress dashboard (if supported by your WordPress theme). But by default the menu items will always open in the same browser window/tab. What if you would like to open WordPress menu items in a new window? In this tutorial you will learn how you…

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How to Remove the Menu Items Limit for WordPress

On a regular basis we get requests from users about a particular WordPress problem: it’s impossible to have a larger number of allowed menu items than what the user has at the given time. Although it’s usually not a very good idea to create custom menus in WordPress with a very large number of menu…

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