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Getting started with the REST API

Generate Keys To start using REST API, you first need to generate API keys. Go to WooCommerce > Settings > Advanced Go to the REST API tab and click Add key. Give the key a description for your own reference, choose a user with access to orders etc, and give the key read/write permissions. Click Generate api key. Your keys will be […] Read More

How to Display Different Sidebar for Each Post and Page in WordPress

Do you want to display different sidebars for different posts and pages on your WordPress site? Typically, WordPress themes show the same sidebars on fixed locations regardless of which post or page you’re on. In this article, we will show you how to create and display different sidebars for each post and pages in WordPress. […] Read More

How to Increase the Maximum File Upload Size in WordPress

How to Increase the Maximum File Upload Size in WordPress

Introduction WordPress comes with its own media uploader. It makes uploading files to a blog an easy task – there is no need to deal with FTP clients or File Managers. All media files you want to have on your blog can be easily uploaded by clicking just a few buttons. However, it’s worth to […] Read More

How can I see the exact version of WordPress?

There are few ways to see the version of your WordPress application: WordPress Dashboard Right after you access your WordPress administrative area, you will find your WordPress version in the At a Glance admin widget. Through the version.php file You can open the wp-includes/version.php file with your cPanel’s File Manager and the WordPress version will be listed under the $wp_version line. Using […] Read More

How to change the media settings in WordPress?

The media settings in WordPress determine the size of the images that are inserted in your blog’s posts. These settings can be modified from the WordPress admin area -> Settings -> Media. Read More

How to adjust the reading settings in WordPress?

You can easily adjust the reading settings of your blog from the WordPress admin area -> Settings -> Reading. From there you can adjust the front page settings, the number of posts your blog pages show, the number of posts your feeds show, as well as the encoding for your pages and feeds. Read More

How to schedule the publishing of a post in WordPress?

WordPress gives you the option to schedule the time and date when a new post should be published to your blog. To schedule the publishing of a post, go to your WordPress admin area -> Posts -> Add New. Write your post’s title and text and when you are ready, click the Edit button located in the Publish section next to “Publish immediately“. Choose […] Read More

How to add tags to a post in WordPress?

Adding tags to your WordPress posts will help you organize your blog’s content. Tags will also help your visitors find their way around your site more easily. To add tags to a new post, go to your blog’s admin area > Posts > Add New. When you write your new post, you can add a tag to it […] Read More

How to display an RSS feed in WordPress?

RSS stands for Really Simple Syndication – a web feed format for publishing frequent updates of site content such as news, blog posts, etc. Publishers benefit from RSS feeds because this lets them syndicate their site content automatically. Readers benefit from web feeds by getting timely updates when something new is posted on their favorite websites. WordPress […] Read More

How to Change my WordPress Subheading

The majority of WordPress themes take the subheading text from your blog’s tagline. To edit it, access your WordPress admin dashboard, go to Settings -> General and change the Tagline value. Note that advanced WordPress themes may have custom settings pages that can change this setting. Read More

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