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What is a WordPress Sitemap

When you learn to build a website, one of the first things you should do with your project is to create a sitemap. These are small files that make it easy for visitors and search engines to browse...

How to Create a WordPress HTML Sitemap

HTML sitemaps are very useful for your site visitors, as they provide a  visual representation of all your pages and content. They also provide quick and easy access to all of this content. In the...

How to Change Your WordPress Password

One of the most fundamental ways to enhance security is to change your WordPress password regularly. In the next paragraphs, you will read how to change your WordPress password via two identically...

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How to Clear Cache in WordPress

In a previous article, we talked about what cache is and why it is important for your WordPress website. In this post, you will read how you can clear cached files by using two methods: Clear your browser cache Clear your WordPress cache with a plugin Both are useful...

How to Change the Author of a WordPress Page

Learning how to create pages in WordPress is one of the most exciting moments in the site-building journey. Also, it is a fundamental skill to create a website. This is why it is important to know all the small details such as setting up a homepage, using media,...

How to Change Author in WordPress Blog

By default, WordPress automatically marks the publisher of a given post as its author. However, this is not always true - for example, you can be publishing articles created by someone else, or a teammate might be publishing a sponsored article from a third party. In...

How to Duplicate a Page in WordPress

Creating a WordPress page is only the beginning of your site-building journey. Sometimes you might want to duplicate it. Duplicating a page oftentimes means more than just creating a copy of an existing web page. You might want to retain the original page’s layout,...

How to Make WordPress Show Widgets on Specific Pages

By default, WordPress displays the activated widgets on all pages across your website. However, there’s a way to make the platform display them only on selected pages. In the following paragraphs, you will read how to do so.   How to Make WordPress Show Widgets...

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