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How to Manage Multiple WordPress Websites (5 Tools to Do It Easily) – WordPress Website Design Article

Beyond this, InfiniteWP offers a broad range of additional features, only available for premium plans. This includes website migration, malware scans, uptime monitoring, and more. ⚙️ How to use InfiniteWP To use InfiniteWP, you need to download their installer plugin. Once you have the ZIP file, upload and install it on the site you want to use as your hub. When you activate the plugin, it’ll ask you where you want to install the InfiniteWP admin panel: Note that unlike…

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How to Create a WordPress Multilingual Site: Considerations + Tutorial – WordPress Website Design Article

Searching for the best way to create a WordPress multilingual site? Well – spoiler alert – there’s no “best” WordPress translation plugin for every single situation. But there are some tools that will work in most situations, as well as some questions you can ask yourself to pick the plugin and approach that’s right for you. In this post, we’ll start by sharing those important considerations to help you figure out the best approach for you. Then, because we know…

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Create Your First Block Plugin – WordPress Website Design Article

If you’re thinking of developing anything for WordPress in 2019, ignoring Gutenberg is simply not an option. Plugins and themes all have to cooperate with Gutenberg nicely and deliver a user experience that’s consistent throughout everything a user can see in the WordPress dashboard. And especially since Gutenberg is an integral part of WordPress now – simply referred to as the block editor. That being said, getting started with Gutenberg isn’t as straightforward. Whereas a couple of years ago you…

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How to Get Started with the RSS Feed in WordPress – WordPress Website Design Article

Content consumption has always been challenging. And with a staggering 2 million blog posts written every day, it’s even more so. Staying up to date with your favorite blogs and news sources can be difficult – especially if you’re doing it manually. Really Simple Syndication (RSS) technology makes it easier to keep track of the latest content by notifying you whenever your favorite sites publish a new post. Instead of visiting every website repeatedly, you can simply open up your…

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How to Automate Your Workflow – WordPress Website Design Article

As a WordPress developer, staying up to date with the recent techniques and trends can be intimidating. Take automation, for example – are you on top of what can be done in terms of automating your workflow? Not quite? Okay, this article can help you with that. It is a bit different from your usual WordPress development tutorial, though. It focuses on automating whatever can be automated when working on your next WordPress project. The following WordPress development tutorial goes…

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Some Basic Tips to Find and Customize Your WordPress Login Page – WordPress Website Design Article

The WordPress login page is the gateway to your WordPress site. It’s where you gain access to your site, where your site’s users will gain entry (if you make your site public), and where some hackers will attempt to brute force their way into your site. All that to say – for such a simple page, there’s a lot going on! In this post, I’m going to dig into everything about the hard-working WordPress login page. I’ll start with some…

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Why Everyone Should Add Video Content to Their Blog or Website – WordPress Website Design Article

Adding video to your blog or website is nothing new. In fact, people have been adding videos to their websites for some time now – long before YouTube became a hit, social media took the world by storm, and online streaming became a way of life for the majority of people around the world. However, as video equipment has become more accessible and affordable, people have become more comfortable in front of the camera, and site visitors have immersed themselves…

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How to Prevent Google From Indexing Your WordPress Website (And Why You’d Want To) – WordPress Website Design Article

There are a number of reasons why you may want to prevent search engines from indexing your website. You could want to stay away from web crawlers temporarily (if you’re working on developing your site in a live environment) or permanently (if your WordPress website is actually a private blog). Thankfully, there are a number of ways you can prevent search engines from indexing your site from adding code snippets to the robots.txt file to using plugins and configuring your Google…

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How to Use Data Tables in WordPress – WordPress Website Design Article

Okay, so where does bringing your tables to life come into play here? The difficult thing about tables, in general, is that creating them by hand takes basically the same amount of time as updating them later on. We’d all rather make tables a one-off task and have everything kept up to date automatically. With Visualizer, you can choose to fetch data for your table from a URL and then set the import to repeat every hour / 12 hours / day…

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