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Create a WordPress Website – The Ultimate Guide (2022)

Creating a website from scratch might seem a daunting task. Many people associate the process with numerous technical terms and a lot of coding. This was indeed the case in the recent past….

How to Change the WordPress Featured Image Size

As we have discussed in another article, the featured image (the thumbnail) is a very useful part of the components of your blog. It not only helps your site become more visually appealing but also...

How to Fix WordPress HTTP Error 500

When you learn the basics of WordPress and how to build a website, you will eventually encounter various technical errors. For example, you can stumble upon 404 Page Not Found and 503 Server...

How to use Gravatar with Your WordPress Profile

Gravatar is a service that allows WordPress users to create a profile with an avatar image that can be used on various web places such as online blogs, comment sections, and email accounts. Setting...

How to Add Logo to the WordPress Header

There is a default way of adding a logo on your site, which is available with almost all themes. Keep in mind, however, that there are WordPress themes that are created with a different approach and...

How to Use Anchor Texts in WordPress

Anchor texts, or simply anchors, are widely used linking technique that contains great engagement potential and SEO capabilities. Incorporating anchors in your site can enhance traffic, and user...

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...

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How to fix HTTP Error 410 Gone in WordPress

HTTP Error 410 is a response status code that your WordPress website displays in the event of a requested file that is no longer available on the requested server now and in the future. To be labeled as a 410 error, the response code also must not include a forwarding...

How to Fix HTTP Error 409 Conflict in WordPress

It is highly likely to stumble upon various error messages when creating your WordPress site. One such is HTTP Error 409 Conflict. Although not so popular such as Page not Found or 429 Too Many Requests, it can still pop up when at least expected. This is why it is...

How to Fix Error 408 Request Timeout in WordPress

Error 408 Request Timeout is a client-side error code – it indicates that the request the Internet browser has made to the web server takes too much time and the server terminates the connection. Indeed, this is the reason why WordPress displays 408 Request Timeout....

How to Fix Error 407 Proxy Authentication Required in WordPress

The 407 Proxy Authentication Required is a type of error that WordPress displays when the server is unable to complete a request. This is a specific error, which indicates that there is a lack of authentication when a proxy server is used between the communication of...

How to Fix Error 406 Not Acceptable in WordPress

Although Error 406 Not Acceptable is not as common as Error 404 page not found, there’s still a chance that you can stumble upon it when working on your site. Since this is a 4xx error message, it indicates that something’s wrong with the client side of the...

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