4 Easy Ways to Re-Order Blog Posts in WordPress (Step by Step)

Do you want to change the order of your blog posts in WordPress? By default, WordPress displays your blog posts in reverse chronological order (newer posts first), but sometimes you may need to move specific posts up or down. While it may feel like there is no way to do this in WordPress, you’ll be …

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How to Create an Exit Popup With the Layered Popup Plugin for WordPress

Exit popups are messages that are shown to visitors when they are about to leave a website.  They are mostly used to encourage visitors to complete their purchase or make a visitor subscribe to an email list, or simply make them stick around longer by suggesting products or content they might be interested in. They …

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How to Change the Number of Posts Displayed On Your WordPress Blog Page

Do you want to change the number of posts displayed on your WordPress blog page? By default, all WordPress archive pages show a maximum of 10 posts per page. However, you can change them easily from your dashboard settings and show as many articles as you like. In this article, we will show you how …

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WhatsApp Chat Review: Add WhatsApp Chat to WordPress

As part of the Facebook galactic empire, WhatsApp sports over 1.5 Billion active monthly users, which means about one-fifth of the entire earth’s population uses WhatsApp on a monthly basis. WhatsApp Chat is a freemium plugin that helps you harness that popularity by letting your website’s visitors send WhatsApp chat messages straight to you (or …

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How to Paginate Comments in WordPress (Step by Step)

Have you noticed that your blog posts with a lot of comments load slower than other posts? That’s because loading so many comments increase server load which increases your average page load time. Having a lot of comments is a good thing because it means that your users are engaged with your content. Your most …

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Weekly WordPress News: WordPress 5.1.1 Patches Critical Vulnerability

This week, we got WordPress 5.1.1, a security and maintenance release that fixes a cross-site scripting vulnerability. If you haven’t updated yet, you should do so ASAP. Beyond that, Automattic released a new video that takes some shots at Facebook, and Brad from Delicious Brains shares some reasons to host WordPress yourself. Let’s get to …

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5 Must Join Slack Workspaces For WordPress Pros and Developers

Slack mimics the way large groups naturally communicate but with tide pod emojis, savage bots, magic 8 ball decision making and of course gifs! No wonder the WordPress community has started to use Slack to coordinate activity. Slack stands for Searchable Log of All Conversation and Knowledge (I say we just stick with Slack). It’s more than …

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How to Add Social Media Icons to WordPress Menus

Do you want to add social media icons on your WordPress menu? While WordPress does not come with a social media profiles section, you can easily use WordPress navigation menus to add and display social media icons on any widget-ready area in WordPress. In this article, we will show you how to add social media …

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How to Easily Add a Client Feedback Form in WordPress (Step by Step)

Do you want to add a client feedback form on your website? Client feedback is very helpful in improving your products and services. In this article, we will show you how to easily add a client feedback form in WordPress. Why Do You Need a Client Feedback Form? A client feedback form or a customer …

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WPMU DEV Plugins for Free – Our Commitment to WordPress.org

We’ve always provided free versions of our most popular pro plugins on WordPress.org, but recently we’ve been stepping that up. So even if you’re not a member, you should check them out and let us know what you think 🙂 I’ve said it before, but it’s worth re-iterating. Basically the more you help the community and …

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