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How to use Webp Image on WordPress?

Do you want to use WebP photos in WordPress? Or are you unsure what WebP images are and why you should care about them first? Both of those issues will be addressed in this piece. If you already know what WebP is and are eager to get started, we’ll walk you through the process step […]

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How to Make a Sticky Header in WordPress

In the last decade or so, there’s been an ever-growing emphasis put on website navigation. This has coincided with the widespread usage of smartphones that have limited navigation options compared to the traditional desktop interface. The difference in website design is more than evident if you look at a comparison between a site from 2011. […]

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How to Debug in WordPress?

Fortunately, WordPress comes with a nice feature named debugging that allows you to see or hide the errors when debugging mode is on. To start this feature in your site, you have to initially add the following code in your WordPress configuration file. You also can turn on debugging while hiding the errors on your site […]

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How to Increase PHP Memory Limit?

Are you stuck with exhausted PHP memory? It can happen at any time as it’s one of the most common WordPress errors. You can resolve the issue simply by increasing the memory limit. To do so, you have to go to the wp-config.php file and simply add the following code. define(‘WP_MEMORY_LIMIT’, ‘138’); Here, you can use […]

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How to Allow Automatic Database Repair

WordPress is a giant platform that allows its users lots of advantages by providing multiple features & functionalities. One of them is automatic database repairing. But by default, the feature is turned off. To enable this feature you just need to add a little bit of changes in your code. Add the following line to your […]

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Changing Table Prefix in WordPress

In WordPress, wp_prefix is the default WordPress database prefix for the table name. Sometimes it’s believed that by changing the default table prefix can make the WordPress database more secure. To make this happen, you have to change the following code in your WordPress configuration. $table_prefix= ‘wp_’; By opening the wp-config.php file which is located […]

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Introducing Shortcodes

In WordPress, Shortcodes are used to make specific tasks shorter, easier and to save time by lessening the same task doing again. As the name implies shortcodes are simply tiny codes that actually allow you to do lots of things with minimal effort. Shortcodes were launched first in WordPress 2.5 version in order to allow users […]

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