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How to take screenshot for WordPress blog?

How to take screenshot for WordPress blog?

Images are important part to illustrate your content, making it beautiful, and surly for SEO. One of the methods to make your images and don’t violate copyrights is taking screenshot for what you want on your computer or mobile. You may know how to take screenshot on your laptop but believe me there are methods more than that you don’t

How to deal with trackbacks and pingbacks in WordPress

How to deal with trackbacks and pingbacks in WordPress

Once you’ve been blogging for a short while, you will more than likely start receiving notifications about pingbacks and trackbacks. While they both can serve a genuine purpose, they can also cause problems in terms of misleading your readers, maliciously or deceptively adding irrelevant links to your blog posts, and even negatively affecting your site’s position in the search engines.

How to add categories and subcategories on WordPress?

How to add categories and subcategories on WordPress?

You need to make your website more organized and improve the user experience to your visitors to make them come back again and decrease bounce rate. Part of this process is dividing your website content to categories to make it easy on your visitor to find what he needs. In this article, we will help you to make category and

how to extend navigation menu with more topics?

how to extend navigation menu with more topics?

As a point of arrangements and making the website more flexible to deal with the visitors, you may need to add more major topics under the main topic as a drop list navigation menu. By default, you have two taxonomies ready to use with your posts. These taxonomies are called categories and tags in WordPress. Categories are hierarchical, and they

Beginner guide about heartbeat API

Beginner guide about heartbeat API

WordPress heartbeat API is introduces in WordPress 3.6. WordPress heartbeat API allows your browser to communicate with the server using AJAX calls when you're logged into the WordPress admin panel. This functionality allows WordPress to handle things like showing other authors that a post is being edited by another user, plugins can use these script executions and show you notifications