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    A Complete Guide to Hiding Widget Title in WordPress

    The title is included with the widget by default for every widget you include in your WordPress website. While that might be okay for most part, you may want to exclude them for better readability. They take up some space in the screen. You may want to free this up. Hiding the widget title is...
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    Customize Sender Name in Outgoing Emails in WordPress: A Complete Guide

    By default, when the WordPress systems sends out notification emails, it uses ‘WordPress’ as the sender name. While there are no deliverability issues, it does make the emails look unprofessional. Therefore, you may have to change the default setting at one point of time or another. In this...
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    Complete Guide to Putting a WordPress Website in Maintenance Mode

    When your website is undergoing maintenance work on the backend, it’s necessary to put it in maintenance mode. This way, the users will see a sign which confirms that the website is currently down and undergoing changes. It will be back shortly. Without this message, they’ll simply see a broken...
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    Do you want to set the edit limit on their post?

    Signifying a few things, in reality, makes a positive or negative structure. Have been in a role as a multi-author? The multi-author is the one who has their post on multiple websites or sometimes, they pretend to the guest to their post. Each has the responsibility to do their works likewise...
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    Have you used drag & drop for organizing and reordering WordPress?

    Organizing and reordering WordPress settings usually happens when you start customizing things. For user-friendly, WordPress has acknowledged the drag & drop option. By default, WordPress has settings to arrange the page post or blog post based on the alphabetic order or published date. In...
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    Do you know to set up an email tracking system in WordPress?

    Email marketing is the most common system to promote your product. WordPress emails are somewhat different from usual emails. Why, when you send from normal emails, you can’t know how many people received your email and whether they read your email or not. But using WordPress, you can easily...
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    Way to add a PDF viewer in WordPress!

    Figuring out the layout in the same structure and usability is very important. In that case, PDF is the most relevantly searched application to view files in a good format. You don’t have the option to embed PDF in WordPress but you can embed all other activities like media, tweets, video, and...
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    Disabling New User Notifications: A Complete Guide for WordPress Website

    WordPress, by default, sends a notification email when someone signs up on your website. It’s a handy way to stay updated on when users are joining hands with your brand. But there are times when this can get overwhelming. For example, if you’re seeing dozens of registrations per day, thee new...
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    Complete Guide to Resending Welcome Email in WordPress

    A welcome email essentially greets a new user who signs up on your website or for the newsletter. It creates trust and authenticity in the most simplest way. However, there are times when it can end up in the spam folder, since they are receiving your emails for the very first time. In such...
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    Creating a Custom Calculator in WordPress: A Complete Guide

    Having a calculator on your WordPress website allows web visitors to make quick calculation without leaving your website. This decreases bounce rate and increases website engagement. Such a feature would be a great addition for mortgage and payments website. If you’re wondering how you can add...
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    Displaying WordPress form in Single Line

    Generally, forms will have all the details on a full page or half page. To minimize the space, you can even make a form to display in a single line. It's easy to add the single line form to develop the conversation on the most popular website. This single-line form never takes more space and is...
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    Way to add PDF index and search in WordPress

    In WordPress, adding PDF is an easier task but it won’t allow displaying its content in the search bar. You can upload the PDF in WordPress, it even stays in your library but you can’t see the result in the search bar when searching its content. Nowadays, we prefer using PDF for catalogs, user...
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    Want to Undo WordPress Update? A Complete Guide to Rollback a WordPress Website

    WordPress is a pretty stable ecosystem. But at times, updates may break the website and make it unavailable for the users. This can be both frustrating and daunting, which is why many beginners do not refrain from updating their website regularly. But there’s a way you can undo these changes...
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    WordPress Pages categories and tags

    Have you added tags and categories to your pages in WordPress? If not! Read this article! You will get to know the procedure for adding categories and tags. Many users have a common question “why should we add categories and tags to WordPress pages?” You have more number blog posts in your...
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    Restriction of WordPress user email and usernames

    Each and everyone have a unique name but when it comes to the technical world, there are no ways to create more accounts with the same name. In that case, people will use fake names to create mail IDs and also in WordPress account creation. Even if it is fake to use the name, it should have...
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    Hiding Featured Images for Blog Posts in WordPress: A Complete Guide

    Most WordPress themes are designed to include a featured image for every blog post or page by default. Even when you haven’t set a featured image, it will use any image from your media gallery. At times, this may look inappropriate and embarrassing. There are ways you can hide the featured...
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    Creating a Booking Form in WordPress: A Complete Guide

    A booking form allows web visitors to book appointments with your business online. If you’re in a business sector that requires taking appointments like spa and salon, dentistry, hospitals, consultation, then having a booking form on your WordPress website is must. It automates a lot of stuff...
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    Creating a Collapsible Sidebar Menu The Easiest Way in WordPress

    WordPress allows you to experiment with how your website looks and functions. By adding a collapsible menu in the sidebar, you enhance your website’s navigability without cluttering up the screen. If you own a WordPress website with many links, consider adding a sidebar menu that’d contain the...
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    There Ways You Can Minify CSS and JS Files in WordPress

    Speed is of utmost importance to both users and search engines. Web visitors do not like waiting longer for the pages to load, and hence search engines rank them lower. To avoid this issue, consider minifying CSS and JavaScript files. It will considerably speed up the loading speed of your...
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    Here’s How to Include Google Map in Your Contact Form in WordPress (Including the Map Pin)

    If you’ve set up a business website on WordPress, you must be having a contact form on your website so that visitors can get in touch with you if they want. Also, you must be having the Google Map in the contact form that displays your business’s location on the map. But what your contact form...
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