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Doc Pop’s News Drop: WCEU 2019 and Plugin Madness

Doc Pop’s WordPress News Drop is a weekly report on the most pressing WordPress news. When the news drops, I will pick it up and deliver it right to you. [embedded content] In this week’s

Webinoly – Install Optimized WordPress Website with Free SSL

If you are looking to self host your own WordPress website, there are numerous ways to do that. You have probably heard about LAMP and LEMP stacks. In this article, we are going to show

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What Is WordPress? WordPress 101, Explained for Beginners

“So what is WordPress, exactly?” – you might be wondering. The simplest answer is this: WordPress is your website’s operating system. Think of it this way, just like your smartphone needs either iOS or Android

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What Is a Content Management System (CMS)? Plus 7 CMS You Need to Know About

A content management system (CMS) helps you create and manage a website via a human-friendly interface rather than needing to work directly with code. Over the rest of this post, we’ll dig into the question

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Doc Pop’s News Drop: Why is Marcel Bootsman going to Walk to WCEU?

Doc Pop’s WordPress News Drop is a weekly report on the most pressing WordPress news. When the news drops, I will pick it up and deliver it right to you. [embedded content] In this week’s

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WordPress Pingbacks and Trackbacks Explained, Plus Why to Disable Them

If you’re a perceptive user, you may have noticed a setting in your dashboard relating to WordPress pingbacks and trackbacks. However, there’s a good chance you have no idea what these techniques are, or why

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Weebly vs WordPress: Important Differences, Plus Which One to Choose

Weebly vs WordPress…which is better? On one hand, WordPress.org is the platform where folks host their sites.  The numbers speak for themselves – WordPress powers over 32% of all the websites on the Internet. On the

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Gutenberg for Newbies: How to Handle the Upcoming WordPress 5.0 Update

With the upcoming WordPress 5.0 update, you’ll be working with the new Gutenberg editor and have a ton more options for getting your posts to look the way you want them to. For webmasters, this means

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What Is WordPress Used For? Everything – Here Are 4 Examples

WordPress is the most popular website platform in the world, which makes it a top-drawer consideration when building a new site. However, if you’re unfamiliar with this Content Management System (CMS), you ask the question:

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Doc Pop’s News Drop: A chat with Josh Pollock about React, Gutenberg, and his WordPress predictions

Doc Pop’s WordPress News Drop is a weekly report on the most pressing WordPress news. When the news drops, I will pick it up and deliver it right to you. [embedded content] In this week’s

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Doc Pop News Drop: GutenbergCloud and the Gutenberg Module for Drupal

Doc’s WordPress News Drop is a weekly report on the most pressing WordPress news. When the news drops, I will pick it up and deliver it right to you. [embedded content] At DrupalEurope, one of

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WordPress to Static Site Generator (Hugo) Migration and Deployment

This article will show you how to migrate a simple WordPress website to a static site generator (Hugo) and host it for free on either Netlify or GitHub Pages. GitHub Repository for this demo /

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What is a slug and how to optimize it?

In SEO, we often talk about creating the right slug for a page. But what is this really? And why should you optimize it? In this post, we’ll explain all you need to know about

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What is WordPress?

WordPress is a CMS, which stands for Content Management System. Starting out as a blog platform, it’s now widely used to build websites of all sorts and types. The platform’s popularity is mostly attributed to

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