How to Find the Post ID in WordPress

When I first started using WordPress several years ago, I remember a plugin asking me for a post ID. I thought I was picking up WordPress quite quickly, but this one had me stumped. I could see the name of my post,…
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How to Make Your WordPress Website Multilingual

Making your WordPress website multilingual has never been easier thanks to some great services and plugins. While there is no standard support for multilingual blogging built into WordPress, some free and commercial translation plugins make it easy to offer your readers a…
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The Definitive Guide to SSL and WordPress

It's become commonplace for a majority of internet users to share personal information on the internet. With the disregard for protecting personal data becoming second nature, how do we protect ourselves and our users? That's where the power of SSL comes in.…
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BOO! Weird WordPress Themes to Gawk At

Never thought WordPress could be spooky enough to merit a Halloween reference? BOO. We found the spookiest, scariest, creepiest WordPress themes you'll come across. Just kidding. But we did find some of the most unusual (read: extremely niche) options out there, for…
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How to Optimize Content for Google News

In many ways, trying to optimize articles for Google News is the same as trying to optimize content for Google search. In terms of the search algorithm, in both cases, the focus is on quality content and an adherence to certain technical…
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How to use React with the WordPress REST API

I remember back when I learned how to develop for WordPress, I spent weeks in the Codex, learning the template hierarchy, the template tags, and so on. The Codex was like my Hitchhiker's Guide To The Galaxy: they might as well have…
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The Ultimate Guide to Content Curation

Has anyone ever said, "As a publisher in a content-driven landscape, you are responsible for producing unique content every day," and you scratched your head at the amount of resources it would take to craft something meaningful on a daily basis? Creating…
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What the Facebook Paywall Means for Publishers

Has anyone ever said, "As a publisher in a content-driven landscape, you are responsible for producing unique content every day," and you scratched your head at the amount of resources it would take to craft something meaningful on a daily basis? Creating…
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Digging Into WordPress 4.8: New Features and the Road to Gutenberg

On June 8th, WordPress 4.8 shipped to a resounding chorus of "Oh, that's kind of cool." But while that tongue-in-cheek introduction doesn't quite scream excitement, WordPress 4.8 did ship with some helpful widget additions, as well as a variety of under-the-hood improvements…
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How to Set Up a WordPress Multisite Network

Multisite is a powerful WordPress feature that allows you to create a network of websites running off of a single WordPress core installation. It's been around since WordPress 3.0 and quite a lot of big sites use it — WordPress.com, the New…
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