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How to Install a WordPress Plugin – Step by Step for Beginners

Once you have installed WordPress, you need to learn how to install and activate Plugins. Plugins are nothing but small apps that extends the functionality of WordPress. You can add features like Image Gallery, Ecommerce Store, Learning Management System (LMS), … Read More

How to install PHP code in your WordPress website

The most common way to add PHP code to WordPress is via Functions.php file. To edit Functions.php file you need FTP access. If you make a mistake while adding PHP code to Functions.php file, your website will stop working. If … Read More

How to Install XAMPP and WordPress Locally on Windows PC

Installing WordPress on your local Windows PC is a great idea. You can use it for website development, testing purpose or to even learn WordPress. Installing WordPress on your local machine can be a bit tricky. In this post I … Read More

How to Find Your WordPress Page ID and Post ID

For some reasons, if you want to find out the WordPress Page ID or Post ID, then this post is for you. Page and post IDs are required both when you’re using plugins and working with code. However, WordPress doesn’t … Read More

Best Sites for Free Stock Photos

It’s a well known fact that human beings process images 60,000 times faster than text. So using images in your blog post is vital to get your message across. There are many premium resources like iStockPhotos and ShutterStock to get … Read More

How To Add Menu Notification Badges in WordPress

In this tutorial I’ll explain how to add notification badges to WordPress menu item. Notification badges generally refer to the little text that show up near a button or link and are meant to help capture a response from the … Read More

How to Set Up Error Logs in WordPress

If your WordPress website works as expected you’ll be happy. But what happens if it doesn’t work as expected? How will you identify the problems and fix it? Here comes WordPress debug mode. Once you enable the debug mode and … Read More

Limit Login Attempts on your WordPress Website

If you have a WordPress website then most likely you’re receiving thousands of malicious attack on your website per month. Most common form of attack every WordPress website receive is the – Brute Force Attack. By default, WordPress allows users … Read More