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It seems that you’re having another config to show those fields on the backend – at edit profile.
Since, it only shows to where you config, can you please show me your screenshot of all your config section?
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To migrate the WordPress site, we have a various way.
But we’re having the plugins already, so it will help us move the site faster, like Duplicator Plugin.
Plugin Link: https://wordpress.org/plugins/duplicator/
To talk about it, in short, it’s like a tool to duplicate from old website to new website, by providing you a package.
It will pack your site as a .zip file and provide an installer.php file, then you just need to upload the files to new hosting and run installer file.
You can change the domain name in several ways.
1/ WP-Admin Dashboard => General Settings
You will go to WP Dashboard and navigate to General Settings
2/ Change by wp-config.php file
Open your wp-config.php file by FTP or cPanel, then add this code to that file:
3/ Change by PHPMyAdmin
– Go to your PHPMyAdmin, log in with the user/pass from your wp-config.php file.
– Navigate to table wp_options
– Find option key siteurl and home then change the value to your domain name.
It does not require a lot of time and money to learn WordPress. You just need to know how to Google and the ability to follow the instructions on the selected link.
There are many tutorials like Team Treehouse, WPBeginner etc. You also have the resources at the official site which has free content.
While learning, you would definitely need to install WordPress in your system to practice simultaneously. You can search for WordPress Installation Tutorials. There are quite a lot which are well framed.
Once you learn the basics of WordPress, you can start brainstorming on the best plug-ins and themes and learn how to customize them for various types of websites.
Pagination is how we refer to pages.
I.e: Your Word documentation has 10 pages.
It’s just the same with your website, you have 100 posts, then, you will break the blog to show 10 posts each page. Then we will have the pagination.
In WordPress, we have the default pagination function called paginate_links( $args )
paginate_links( $args )
After installing WordPress hosted version on your hosting, you can access to your site dashboard by path:
For short, just add wp-admin after your installation path, then log in by the information you have chosen during the installation steps.
If you’re asking about content editor in HTML, you can try as the screenshot I just captured for you.
Wish you luck!