WordPress

How to add HTML to your WordPress page

Sometimes, you want to add in custom code into your WordPress site. You may want to code a hyperlink by hand, or adjust text size, for example. Well, you’ve come to the right place.   Here’s a list of HTML tags allowed by WordPress: address, a, abbr, acronym, area, article, aside, b, big, blockquote, br, caption, cite, class, code, col, del, details, dd, div, dl, dt, em, figure, figcaption, footer, font, h1, h2, h3, h4, h5, h6, header, hgroup, hr, i, img, ins, kbd, li, map, ol, p, pre, q, s, section, small, span, strike, strong, sub, summary, sup, table, tbody, td, tfoot, th, thead, tr, tt, u, ul, var     Steps to Create a Post, and code HTML…

What Is The wp-config.php File?

If you have installed WordPress, you may see that there is a file called wp-config.php. The name of the file actually gives away it’s purpose. This file is meant to be a configuration file for your WordPress installation. In it, you will find the database connection details and various other configuration options. While it may…

How to Configure W3 Total Cache

So you’ve set up your WordPress website, but it’s slow and you keep hearing about optimization. One of the most widely used and popular tools to help you with optimizing your site is from a third party plugin called W3 Total Cache. There are other caching tools available, but none that do as much when…

WordPress: Managing Your Sidebar

What Is A WordPress Sidebar?   Most WordPress themes include a sidebar for you to manage and edit.  Typically this is to the right or left of your website, but can be located anywhere depending on the theme options and what they allow.  If you do not notice your sidebar right away, you can view…

Setting WordPress Permalink Structure

As you create posts for your WordPress installation, you will notice something about the links. They will all be unique. The way WordPress works is that you can use a unique link for each of your posts for easier access to a specific article. In this guide you will be able to find out more…

WordPress: Deleting Posts

You will need to log into your WordPress and select Posts (typically on the left hand-side) to view current posts within your WordPress application.  If you do not have a post, please see “Creating A Post In WordPress” before proceeding in this article.     Hover over the post you would like to delete, and…

Editing and Removing A WordPress User

Running a website where you have multiple content creators can be quite challenging. Especially when you have to change a particular aspect about their account. Such as if they forget their password, or stop creating content so you remove them. No matter the reason, WordPress has the nice functionality of allowing you to manage your…

Edit Posts

How To Edit A Post In WordPress   To edit a post within WordPress, you will already need to have a post or posts created within your WordPress website.  To see if you have posts, click on the Posts tab within your WordPress admin menu bar, typically found on the left hand side.    …

How To Create A User In WordPress

If your site has multiple content writers or editors, you may want them to have separate accounts. This way you can track the changes that each one of them makes. When Installing WordPress it will only install with one user created by default. This would be the administrator account by default. This guide here is…

Adding Media To A WordPress Post

Normally when you are writing a post for your WordPress, you will want to add some images or other media types. Media can be used to attract more visitors to the article, as well as keep it interesting. These can also be used to help convey a procedure or way to do something. Fortunate for…

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