Learn the two easiest ways to add infinite scroll to your WordPress site. The first method might be incredibly simple, but it depends on one thing…
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To customize your site or use certain plugins, you’ll need to find CSS selectors on your site. Learn how to find any selector without becoming a CSS expert.
If you run a WordPress site you’re bound to encounter the term “CSS”. In this post, you’ll learn what CSS is and how it affects your site.
Widgets can clutter a website on mobile. Learn how to hide any widget on mobile devices only with the use of a free and simple plugin.
Install any WordPress theme in the next 5 minutes. Don’t have a zip file? Simple, you can create one in seconds. Learn it all in this quick tutorial.
Want the perfect post excerpts on your blog? Here’s how you can easily customize the excerpt length with your theme or a plugin.
Level up your webmaster skills. Learn what 404 errors are, how they occur, how they affect your site, how to find them, and how to fix them.
You’ve seen “permalink” used in your WordPress dashboard, and there’s an entire settings page for “permalink structure”. So what the heck is a permalink!?
Changing the post author is easy if you know where to look. Here’s where to find the option to switch post authors and some extra tips for doing it fast.
Need to change a page’s URL? Here’s how to easily change the URL for a post or page in WordPress without installing any new plugins.
Got 5 minutes? Follow this quick tutorial to discover the best plugin for changing fonts, and how to implement it on your WordPress site.
Add custom CSS to your site in the next five minutes without any technical know-how. We’ll show you the steps, so all you have to do is copy & paste.
Redirects are yet another feature you can add to WordPress with plugins. Here’s how you can easily add new redirects to your site with the Quick…
Yoast SEO is great, but it makes a mess of your posts list. Here’s an easy way to remove the columns it adds to the posts list (without touching any code).
Every other site has that cool image in the browser tab, so why not yours? Learn how to add this icon to your site in a matter of minutes with WordPress.
Widgets are sometimes included in plugins. They are not a type of plugin or separate extension for WordPress. Keep reading to get the full explanation.