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How to Style Blockquotes in WordPress Using CSS

You probably remember the concept of blockquotes from school. If you’re like me, you might even have flashback nightmares about properly MLA-formatting long form blockquotes. Omit the quotation marks, indent this, double space that... Thankfully, WordPress blockquotes are a little less stressful.…
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How to Set Up Two-Factor Authentication for WordPress

The login page of a WordPress website is the entry point to personal information, valuable content, and many other things that matter to your business. That's why it's extremely important to keep this page safe from brute force break-ins -- attacks that…
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How to Disable Comments in WordPress

Just a few years ago, all bloggers would've agreed: blog comments are good. Recently, though, more and more websites have switched their comments off — forever. What’s changed? The truth is, there are many reasons that someone might want to disable blog…
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How to Completely Reset Your WordPress Website Without a Plugin

It’s not always ideal, but occasionally you’ll need to completely reset WordPress to its original state. Before blindly jumping to use a plugin, it’s important that you understand exactly what it means to reset WordPress. Understanding the ins and outs of a…
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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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How to Fix Common WordPress Formatting Issues

Not everyone wants to draft posts directly on WordPress’s built-in WYSIWYG editor, or Gutenberg, if you’re a bit ahead of the times. A lot of content is created off the WordPress content management platform, using popular tools that include Google Docs and…
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How to Build Your Own WordPress Wiki

Whether it's product information, employee guidelines, or how-to's, businesses tend to create information in droves. Before long however, the need to store that information in a spot where your customers, partners, and employees can get to it becomes an imperative. That's where a WordPress wiki…
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How to Set Up WordPress Multisite Network

Multisite is a powerful WordPress feature that, once activated, allows you to create a network of websites running off of a single WordPress installation. It’s been around since WordPress 3.0 and quite a lot of big sites use it – WordPress.com, the…
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Running a Successful WordPress Webinar

On September 16th 2014, a new world record was set when 12,091 people attended the largest ever webinar held by Glavbukh in Russia. What makes this figure so astounding is the fact that only ten years earlier, almost nobody had even heard…
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