Many people prefer to set up and test WordPress in localhost before making it live. Here are the steps to move WordPress from localhost to live server.
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One way to prevent your WordPress emails from landing in the Spam folder is to use SMTP to send emails. Here is how to configure WordPress to use SMTP.
You have decided to use WordPress for your website, but do you use WordPress.com or WordPress.org. What is the difference between the two?
Have you ever wanted to change the fonts on a Wordpress website? It can be challenging when the font you want doesn’t come with your theme. Here is how you can do so.
WordPress comes with xml-rpc enabled by default. Find out what XML-RPC is and why it is a good idea to disable XML-RPC in WordPress to protect yourself.
While WordPress supports custom post status, it doesn’t allow you to add it easily. Here’s how to add a custom post type in WordPress with PublishPress.
If you want to embed YouTube videos that don’t collect user data, then your best bet is the YouTube privacy-enhanced mode.
You don’t really need Kickstarter. Creating your own crowdfunding site is very easy.
Sometimes, the default RSS feed in WordPress is just not good enough.
If you are looking ways to get more information about your site, these are some great WordPress statistics plugins to help you with the task.
WordPress, like any other software, has its fair share of issues. Here are 10 common WordPress problems you might face and how you can fix them yourself.
If Bitcoin and WordPress are two of your passions, the following article will show how you can merge them using Bitcoin WordPress plugins.
One thing you should never ignore when running a website is to create regular backups. Website Backup Bot gives you total control over creating, managing, and restoring website backups, and it will work with any type of website.
In WordPress all your themes, plugins, and uploaded images are stored in the “wp-content” folder, but you don’t have to stay with the default, and it is easy to rename the wp-content folder. Here’s how to do it.
The post editor in WordPress doesn’t allow you to add custom CSS styles by default. These are some ways to add custom style options to the WordPress post editor. Check them out.
Regardless of the reasons why you need link cloaking, here are some of the best WordPress link-cloaking plugins to consider.
On some servers your WordPress site may not display the correct IP address in the comments. Instead, WordPress displays the localhost IP address 127.0.0.1. Here’s how to fix an incorrect IP address in the WordPress comments.
When you uninstall a plugin in WordPress, it often leaves behind the database tables it created and a bloated database. Here’s how to easily delete those leftover database tables in WordPress.