How to User Gmail to Send WordPress Emails

By default, WordPress uses the mail function in PHP, which is sufficient for the few emails that a new or small WordPress site needs to send. When your email volume increases, you’ll start to notice email delivery issues. You’ll need to switch over to a third party provider such as Gmail at this point. In …

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How To Fix WordPress Mixed Content Warning (Easy Step-by-Step Guide)

Did you just move your WordPress site to HTTPS only to be met with some weird mixed content warning instead of that beautiful green padlock that you were expecting? Or, maybe you’re still in the planning stages for using HTTPS at your WordPress site and wondering what to expect when you make the switch. Either …

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How To Fix WordPress Mixed Content Warning (Easy Step-by-Step Guide)

Did you just move your WordPress site to HTTPS only to be met with some weird mixed content warning instead of that beautiful green padlock that you were expecting? Or, maybe you’re still in the planning stages for using HTTPS at your WordPress site and wondering what to expect when you make the switch. Either …

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