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What are WordPress permalinks

Permalinks are the permanent URLs of the blog post or page on your WordPress site. Permalinks are also referred on some places to as pretty ...

What is an iFrame and how to use it

An iFrame is actually an inline frame used inside a webpage to load another HTML document inside it, including other CSS, scripts, images an...

What is a WordPress child theme and why to use it

A WordPress child theme is a WordPress theme that inherits the base functionality from the parent theme, but makes it possible to change/edi...

How to create a multi lingual WordPress Website

Using multiple websites for different languages is not a good solution, this is why we always recommend translating it via plugins, and you ...

How to manage the number of articles on blog/archive pages

In order to change the number of posts appearing on the blog page/archive pages of your WordPress installation you must go to the Settings-&...

How to add favicon to your WordPress website

Favicon or Site Icon is the tiny image that appear next to your website title in the browser. It helps your users identify your website and ...

Why I am getting the wrong image when sharing on social media

There are times when sharing a post to Facebook or other social media websites gets the wrong image, even if you changed it. This happens be...

How to activate debug mode in WordPress

WP_DEBUG is a PHP constant (a permanent global variable) that can be used to trigger the "debug" mode throughout WordPress. It is assumed to...

How to disable the comments on a page or post

When using WordPress as a CMS, you'll undoubtedly want to disable comments for some Page or even Posts. This is a popular question (especial...