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What is jetpack? Jetpack is a popular WordPress plugin created by Automattic, the people behind WordPress.com. The plugin brings many of the most powerful features available on WordPress.com to self-hosted WordPress sites, and thereby contributing greatly to the improvement of WordPress powered blogRead more
How to Use Google Fonts in WordPress: The Plugin Method The simplest way to add Google Fonts to WordPress is through the use of plugins, as is the case with anything that has to do with customizing WordPress. There are two main plugins you can use for this purpose. 1. Easy Google Fonts This plugin dRead more
The full backup helping you build here will take care of your files as well as your database. This means should you lose your site, you just need to reinstall the backup and your work is done. That out of the way, let’s create full backups of your WordPress site. There are 3 methods to help you backRead more
If you want Editing HTML in WordPress can follow the way below Editing HTML in WordPress First things first Let's discuss how to access HTML code in WordPress. You actually don't need to access the source code of your website if you want to edit the HTML on a specific page or post. All you have to dRead more
Removing WordPress Powered by Links There are many ways to remove the WordPress footer credit links, but we only recommend the following 2 ways of doing this. The Theme Settings Page Most good theme authors know that their users want to have the option to remove footer credit links. That’s why theyRead more
How to update my WordPress site safely? Okay, updating your site is easy, it takes 5 or 10 minutes tops. Here are the steps you should follow: 1. Back up your site By backing up your site, you will make sure that your content is stored somewhere safe, so it won’t be affected by the update. And in caRead more
Editing HTML in WordPress First things first: let's discuss how to access HTML code in WordPress. You actually don't need to access the source code of your website if you want to edit the HTML on a specific page or post. All you have to do is move from the Visual Editor to the Text Editor on the bacRead more
Features of the latest WordPress Version 4.9.5 – Explained A recent survey conducted by hashedout, revealed that 49% of the biggest websites built with WordPress are not running WordPress’ latest version. As the most popular CMS in the world with over 60 million users or 30% of websites running theRead more