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10 WordPress SEO Plugins

Are you looking for WordPress plugins that can help increase your SEO? SEO should always be a top priority for webmasters; it stands for “search engine optimization” and the higher your SEO score, the better your site ranks in search results. There are quite a few ways to optimize your SEO. Use proper keywords and […]

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How to Get a Domain for Your WordPress Site

Do you need a domain for your WordPress site? Every accessible site on the world wide web has to have a domain name. Without it, your website can only exist on a local host and no one can access it. If you need a domain, you have quite a few options, some better than others. […]

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How to Secure Your WordPress Site

Do you want to keep your WordPress site safe? WordPress is a great CMS, but like any platform, it has flaws that determined hackers can exploit. But unlike other platforms or websites you create yourself, there are a variety of known security measures you can take to protect your site. Step 1. Update Everything Step […]

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How to Change Slider UI Color

Do you want to change the color of your slider’s UI elements? Soliloquy comes with a lot of customization features, among the ability to change your slider UI theme and tweak the colors. All you need to do is change some CSS and your slider can be any color under the rainbow! Just follow these […]

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How to Downgrade WordPress to an Older Version

Do you want to revert WordPress to a previous version? Maybe you made an upgrade, only to realize that your plugins or themes are completely incompatible with the newest version of WordPress. Maybe there’s an older plugin essential to your website that has no good, modern alternative. Or maybe you were force-upgraded to the Gutenberg […]

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Should You Switch to Gutenberg?

Are you wondering whether or not you should switch to the Gutenberg update? WordPress 5.0’s release has caused a bit of a stir in the WordPress community, as many long-time fans aren’t fond of the new Gutenberg editor. While you will definitely need to update WordPress eventually, there are ways to roll back to the […]

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