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  • What is Slug in WordPress? Meaning of Slug

    April 30, 2018 by

    A slug is the name or a set of words for the URL of a web page. WordPress creates slugs for all posts and pages based on the title. These slugs can be edited by you to make it user-friendly and SEO optimized. For example, if you create a post – ‘6 Must See Places… Read more

  • What is Page in WordPress? Meaning of Page

    March 16, 2018 by

    A Page is a static web page on your WordPress blog. It is used to publish a content that is not regularly updated or remains static or has limited text. Generally, content such as ‘About Company’ or ‘Privacy Policy’ are published as Pages. You can add a new page to your WordPress blog by clicking… Read more

  • What is Query? Meaning of Query in WordPress

    March 13, 2018 by

    Queries are used by WordPress to fetch data from the backend database (MySQL), process it or display it on the blog. This data could be anything like blog posts, blog pages, comments or any other content. For a standard retrieval of data, the wp_query is used. wp_query is a built-in class in WordPress which has… Read more

  • Art of Making a Better Blog Design using WordPress

    March 12, 2018 by

    Nowadays, designing a blog is really simple. When I started 7 years back, there were very less help available about blog setup. At that time, I decided to start this blog to speak about blogging. Later, my focus was changed a lot more about blogging. When it comes to blog design, you cannot please everyone. However, in terms of… Read more

  • 5 Simple Tips for Effective Marketing using your WordPress Blog

    March 9, 2018 by

    Now your WordPress blog is ready, launched well and good. Yes, the next step is doing an effective marketing to promote your business to the right audience using WordPress. This is the right place to learn some marketing tips and also I will be showing you a checklist of what you are going to do?… Read more

  • What is Post in WordPress? Steps to Write Your First Blog Post

    March 3, 2018 by

    A post is a type of content in WordPress. It is the “article” that you publish on your blog. Usually, posts are listed in chronological order with the latest post on the top. Readers can add comments to posts. As an administrator, you can either enable/disable comments for a post. You can add media files (images,… Read more

  • What is Nonce in WordPress? Why Nonce is Required?

    March 2, 2018 by

    Nonce stands for Number used once. Nonce is a token which is a series of letters and numbers generated by WordPress. It is used to protect against malicious hacks and attacks such as Cross-Site Request Forgery (CSRF) attacks. This attack tricks people into clicking on a link that can cause harm to your website. A… Read more

  • What is Maintenance Mode in WordPress? How to Enable It?

    February 26, 2018 by

    Sometimes your WordPress blog needs to remain inaccessible to users and customers. It can be due to blog upgrade, the addition of new features or to address a technical issue or any other business issues. During these times, rather than giving the user an error page when they try to access, your WordPress blog can… Read more

  • What is Media Library in WordPress? Meaning of Media Library

    February 20, 2018 by

    The Media Library is a section in the Administration area of the WordPress website. It contains all the media files such as images and videos that you have uploaded. You can add files, edit files, view files and delete files here. You can view a thumbnail of the image, person who uploaded the file, page/post… Read more

  • What are Meta Tags in WordPress? How to Add Meta Tags?

    February 18, 2018 by

    Meta means information about. Meta tags are the standard way of describing a web page to search engines.  The information shall be your website name, the author name, list of keywords on the webpage etc. Meta tags can be added to WordPress blogs also. They are not included by default. You can add meta tags… Read more

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