How to Check Grammar and Spelling Mistakes in WordPress

One of the biggest complaints that we’ve heard from WordPress beginners about the post editor is that it cannot spellcheck. This is why some users prefer to create their initial drafts using desktop apps like Microsoft Word which have basic spelling and grammar check options. Some users even depend on their browser’s spell check feature. …

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How to Troubleshoot A Misbehaving WordPress Theme

The WordPress platform is used by individuals and organizations across the globe for hosting dynamic web content. You may not even realize it, but a large portion of popular blogs, news sites, and blogs run on WordPress. This popular CMS (content management system provides a framework for working with text, images, and video. How popular …

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How To Safely Change Your WordPress Theme

On the surface, changing a theme, might seem harmless. It’s so easy, it’s hard to imagine it can do any harm. You can even do it from within the dashboard these days, without any manual FTP upload required. It’s quick, painless and perfectly safe, right? Depends on how you’ve set up your site. The thing …

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How to Add Web Push Notification to Your WordPress Site

Do you want to add push notifications to your WordPress site? Push notifications allow you to send notifications to users even when they are not visiting your website. In this article, we will show you how to easily add web push notifications to your WordPress site. We will also talk about the best WordPress push …

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9 Free Open Source Flipping Clocks Using CSS and JavaScript

The classic flip-style clock was a staple for years and it’s just one more thing the digital era made obsolete – although not quite forgotten. We can find a bunch of cool clock designs in PSD form, but it’s more difficult to find working flip-style clocks in code. So I went on a mission to …

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Free WordPress Photography Themes – Portfolio for Photographers

Nothing beats a good and uplifting photograph as a WordPress theme, especially if it is free and plays a key part in narrating or putting your message through effectively. No matter how captivating your photographs may be, they would fail to create a powerful impact if the theme of your website does not do justice …

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How to Install WordPress on your Windows Computer Using WAMP

Do you want to install WordPress on your Windows computer locally? Working with WordPress on your computer allows you to test new WordPress features, learn how to develop with WordPress, and make websites before migrating them to the live server. In this article, we will show you how to properly install WordPress on Windows using …

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How to Clone a WordPress Site in 7 Easy Steps

Generally speaking, cloning is considered an unethical practice. However, when you think of cloning in terms of making a duplicate WordPress site, a whole new world of completely ethical possibilities can open up for your business. In this article, we will show you how to easily clone a WordPress site in 7 easy steps. What is …

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10 Pure CSS Call-To-Action Button Collections

Every website and landing page should have a clear call-to-action button. This encourages the user to click and perform an action, whether to make a purchase, start a trial, or sign up for an account. There is no single best way to design a CTA and you can use many different styles, from large gradients …

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Mobile’s New Power Couple: PWA and AMP

We’ve been talking about the mobile web for a while now. Before the smartphone took over, users could use a modified web browser on their phones to render slow, frustrating versions of the desktop experience. In 2007, with the proliferation of the smartphone, a browser began rendering the full experience. Soon, everyone got on board …

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