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Permalinks

A permalink is a web address that leads to a specific piece of information on your website. Archive pages, static pages, and any other material on your site that requires its URL are all examples of permalinks. Permalinks are one of the most important aspects of any WordPress blog, and you should put them up […]

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Apache

Apache is the most used web server software, with 67 percent of all websites using it. Apache is open-source software offered for free and developed and maintained by the Apache Software Foundation. It’s quick, dependable, and safe. And thanks to extensions and modules, Apache may be substantially modified to fit the demands of a wide […]

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What are WordPress Plugins?

Plugins are extensions that are added to a program by installing them, enhancing functionality. For example, you might need to install a plugin to view a video on a website. If you do not install the plugin, your browser cannot play the video because it does not know how to. ContentsWhat is the best place […]

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Backup

It is generally a security measure to make a copy of your WordPress website as a backup. With a few clicks, you can quickly restore your backup if anything goes wrong with your website. Backups are similar to computer backups. Keeping your backups separate from your website is the best practice. It is also possible to use […]

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How To Redirect 404 Page To The Home Page In WordPress?

404 errors are one of the most common reasons visitors abandon a website. Because of 404 pages, a website owner might lose a lot of traffic and potential backlinks in addition to losing business. 404 errors can be caused by a variety of issues, including: Content on the webpage has vanished: This might happen when […]

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Caching

Regarding website optimization, the importance of caching in WordPress cannot be overstated. There has been a lot of discussion regarding caching on the internet in general. However, for a significant portion of the WordPress user base, it is still a somewhat underutilized function. What is the purpose of caching? We know it can help our […]

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Clickstream

Today, more organizations are using big data to help them make vital choices. This data can come from various places, providing a fresh perspective on the organization, its consumers, or both. However, to enjoy these benefits, businesses must have the data, skills, and knowledge to interpret and utilize them effectively. Clickstream data is among the […]

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CSS Framework

CSS frameworks are elements that UI designers use to make their work simpler. Instead of spinning the wheel every time a new project arises, frameworks provide developers with the tools to swiftly create user interfaces that can be changed and iterated throughout a project, rather than beginning from scratch. They’re also helpful in large groups […]

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Robots.txt

Robots.txt is a text file web admins use to tell web robots (mainly search engine robots) how to crawl their website’s pages. The robots.txt file is part of the robots exclusion protocol (REP), a set of web standards governing how robots explore the web, access and index material, and serve it to people. The REP also […]

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