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  • WP Glossary,

What is iFrame in WordPress?

Some file formats have a well-deserved reputation for eating up a lot of space on your server. When you upload many considerable files to your website, it may rapidly use up your storage space, and depending on the web hosting plan, you may even have to pay extra fees. Even more seriously, if you post […]

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What is Taxonomy?

In their most basic form, WordPress taxonomies are nothing more than a method for categorizing posts and other types of content according to their level of similarity. That wraps it up! Even though it is a lengthy-term, the concept is not as difficult as it may initially appear. If you have a blog devoted to […]

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Page Builder in WordPress

Users are given the ability to organize and construct responsive pages via the use of a plugin or component of a theme known as a page builder. With the help of the Page Builder tool, it is possible to construct pages on even the most complicated websites with minimal time, effort, and technical expertise. Then, […]

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What is a domain name?

Names of domains are an essential component of the infrastructure of the Internet. Domain Names provide an address that is readable by humans for every web server accessible over the Internet. Using a public IP address, such as an IPv4 or IPv6 address, it is possible to communicate with any computer connected to the Internet. […]

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Navigation-Menus in WordPress

One of the features that a WordPress theme might include is a navigation menu. WordPress users can construct individualized navigation menus by utilizing WordPress’s default Menu Editor, which can be found in the administration portion of their site under the heading “Appearance » Menus.” Navigation Menu The navigation menu is often comprised of a list […]

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Setting up mod_rewrite in WordPress

We must first enable the Apache mod_rewrite module that manages URL rewrites before we can start creating them. You may configure your URL rewrites by generating an. htaccess file in your website directory after the module has been active. mod_rewrite You may set up your website’s specifics using an. htaccess file without having to change […]

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RTL support in WordPress

Internet users speak languages other than English in about 75% of cases. The layout of many English-only designs can be utterly destroyed when read in some of these other languages, which read Right-to-Left (RTL). Fortunately, creating a theme that functions appropriately for RTL languages (like Arabica) requires modifying your CSS. Any WordPress theme may be […]

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What Is A Theme In WordPress?

You might be eager to customize your site as a new WordPress user. You could even have an image in your head of how your completed site will seem. Fulfilling your concept, however, could prove to be a difficult challenge if you lack design or technical knowledge. Themes, fortunately, are one of WordPress’ most valuable […]

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WP Widgets in WordPress

The widgets that come included with WordPress are convenient. They make it possible for you to add a wide variety of additional material to your website that is not fit inside the body of the post or page itself. This content may encourage viewers to gather information, follow links, or take action. What exactly are […]

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