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How to Fix a Spelling Mistake in a WordPress URL

Have you spent hours creating a killer blog post to later realise there’s a spelling mistake in the URL? Me too. The big question is – what do you do about it? The first choice is to leave it alone and to forget all about it. The second choice is to fix the spelling mistake. But doing that…

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How to Change the Default Language on Your WordPress Website

The default language on a self-hosted WordPress website (or blog) is United States English. If you’re from the UK, for example, and prefer using words like “bin” instead of “trash” or “hi” instead of “howdy”, or you’re in another part of the world where the predominant language isn’t English, you might like to change the default language…

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How to Create a Brand New Post in WordPress

A typical WordPress website uses posts and pages to display content – if you’re confused by the two, read In WordPress, What is the Difference Between a Post and a Page? Posts typically make up the blog area of a site (if used), while pages create the static areas – sales pages, legal pages like the privacy…

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In WordPress, What’s the Difference Between Posts & Pages?

When you first start using WordPress, you may get confused by the terminology and jargon. Even for something as simple as Posts and Pages. You obviously understand the meaning of the words, but within WordPress, each behaves differently. After you’ve read this post, you’ll have a clear understanding of the major differences between WordPress Posts…

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The Trouble with (Some) WordPress Plugins

I love a good WordPress plugin. I’m not so keen on the shitty ones though, are you? You don’t have to answer that, of course you’re not. I don’t want to sound ungrateful for all the hard work plugin developers put into their products, as I have no plugin coding skills at all, and writing…

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How to Install a WordPress Plugin

WordPress plugins are small scripts/programs that add extra functionality to the core system. For a more detailed explanation, read the post What is a WordPress plugin? There are two ways to install a WordPress plugin without the need for additional software; from within WordPress or by uploading a .zip file from your computer. Typically, you…