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How to Schedule WordPress Posts to Publish in the Future

Scheduling a post to be published in the future is a neat little feature built into WordPress¬†that’s easy to miss. Once you know about it, it could become the most used¬†tool in your toolkit! What does the scheduling feature do? It gives you the ability to schedule a post to go live at a specific …

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How to Convert a WordPress Post into a Page (and Vice Versa)

As is so often the case with WordPress, making a change to your website is really simple but doing so could have major consequences on your traffic or the way your site performs. In the case of switching a document type from Post to Page (or vice versa) you must first take into consideration the …

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How to Delete a WordPress Theme

As a website ages, it will likely accumulate a few redundant themes that never get used. You can keep them if you like, but be aware that they take up space on your server and need updating when a new version becomes available. If you fail to update them, you increase the risk of your …

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Things to Try When You Accidentally Break Your WordPress Website

If you’re running a website on the self-hosted version of WordPress, you probably know how easy it is to break it. You might install a plugin that conflicts with another. You might add or remove code that stops your site from functioning properly. You might disable a feature you like simply by switching themes. All …

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How to Change the Default Language on Your WordPress Website

The default language on a self-hosted WordPress website (or blog) is United States English. If you’re from the UK, for example, and prefer using words like “bin” instead of “trash” or “hi” instead of “howdy”, or you’re in another part of the world where the predominant language isn’t English, you might like to change the default language …

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