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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…
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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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A Quick Guide to Hiding the WordPress Login Page

Want to frustrate hackers with a good 'ole fashioned game of hide and seek? If so, hiding your WordPress login page is a great way to secure your site from both targeted hacks and automated brute-force attacks. In this post, I'll dig…
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The WordPress Photo Gallery (and How to Nail It)

Photo galleries are an incredibly useful and versatile tool for WordPress websites. There's the standard mosaic gallery: The masonry board gallery: The space-saving slider or carousel gallery: The multi-view product gallery: And even the company profile gallery: In today's quick and dirty…
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Can Your Site Benefit from a WordPress Reverse Proxy?

Two different sites under the same domain. How's that sound? It may sound like a dream come true if you want to use WordPress for your blog content but are restricted to another domain or enterprise website. The solution is easier than…
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A Quick Help Guide to Setting Up WooCommerce

Convenient and easily customized, WooCommerce has become one of the mainstay contenders for eCommerce platforms. While you get what you put in with the design, you can still set up WooCommerce surprisingly easily, and in almost no time at all. We've already…
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