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How to manage Spam on WordPress Website

The term spam is used for unwanted user content. In WordPress, it is used for unwanted content submitted by comments, user registration, posts, contact forms, or any other way. A spam message, comment, or content usually contains excessive links, links to unethical or illegal websites. These websites may contain malware that could affect the computers

What to do when you forget your password

Forgot your WordPress password? Don’t worry. Our step-by-step guide will show you how to recover a lost password in WordPress. How to Reset Your WordPress Password from the WordPress Login Screen Go to your WordPress Login screen Click Lost Your Password Enter the email address associated with your WordPress login After clicking the “get new password” button, you will get an email from your mailbox

Building Sidebars with the Site Editor

A WordPress sidebar is an area on a WordPress website alongside the main content, It is a fixture on many WordPress sites. It gives you a vertical space alongside your content where you can help your readers navigate, grow your email list or social following, display ads, and more. Sidebars can be useful for helping visitors navigate

Using WordPress in Other Languages

Do you want to use WordPress in other languages? A multilingual WordPress website serves the same content in multiple languages. It can automatically redirect users to a language based on their region, or users can select their preferred language using a dropdown link. There are a few different approaches used to create a multilingual website. Actually, you could

How to Style Your Site with Global Styles

What are Global Styles Global style is a system and a Styles interface created to help users change the overall style of their site without having to edit individual blocks or pages. Users can select a body background color or change the line-height of all their headings from one place. Why Use WordPress Global Styles

How to Integrate Social Login in WordPress Website

Social Media login sometimes referred to as Social Sign-in, is a single sign-in option that uses your existing login information from a social networking website, such as Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn or Google+, etc. You can use the login to sign-in to a third-party website instead of creating a new account for that particular site. WP Social lets you

How to create and manage Widgets in WordPress

In WordPress, widgets are blocks of content that you can add to your site’s sidebars, footers, and other areas. Widgets were originally designed to provide a simple and easy-to-use way of giving design and structure control of the WordPress Theme to the user, which is now available on properly “widgetized” WordPress Themes to include the header, footer, and

Content Creation in WordPress Block Editor (Gutenberg)

Gutenberg is a brand new editor for the WordPress platform. It will radically change the way you create posts, pages, products, and just about everything else on your site. The Gutenberg WordPress editor also called the WordPress block editor, is a new page builder included in WordPress 5.0+. The Gutenberg editor adds content blocks and page builder-like

How to choose and install plugins for WordPress beginner

A WordPress plugin is a piece of software that “plugs into” your WordPress site. Plugins can add new functionality or extend existing functionality on your site, allowing you to create virtually any kind of website, from eCommerce stores to portfolios to directory sites. How to Search for a Plugin and install, active! First, we’ll look

Making and management Dashboard widgets

What is a Dashboard widget? In WordPress, Dashboard widgets are the informational section that is available at your website admin dashboard. WordPress widget is a small block that performs a specific function. You can have widgets on the frontend as well on the backend admin of the website. The widgets which are available on the