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Creating Multilingual WordPress site using Google Language Translator

March 12, 2018
Google Language translator is one of the popular WordPress plugins used for language translation. It is used to add multilingual support for a WordPress website. Multilingual support will be handy when you have users from varied regional base. In a previous tutorial, we have seen how to add multilingual support for a website by managing […]
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How to Move HTTP to HTTPS on WordPress

March 2, 2018
This is a guide to move a WordPress site from HTTP to HTTPS. This is a detailed step by step comprehensive guide and this is based on my experience moving my site phppot.com and also by providing consulting for a couple of high volume traffic blogs. I have made sure that, I have not even […]
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Create WordPress Plugin to Show Post Taxonomy Breadcrumbs

February 28, 2018
WordPress plugins are used to add more features to our WordPress websites. These features are the add-ons that can be plugged into the core WordPress. These changes can be made in UI aspects or to override the default behaviour using hooks. There are various ways to make the plugins to reflect the add-on feature by […]
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WordPress Related Posts using Google Ads Matched Content

February 20, 2018
There are many WordPress plugins available on the market to show related posts. We have seen one of those plugins YARPP to display related posts below post content area. Google Ads provides the Matched Content feature to display related posts on our websites. Using Google Ads Matched Content service we can have better relevancy between […]
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Show Related Posts in WordPress using YARPP Plugin

February 15, 2018
Showing related posts is one of the best ways to increase the page views of your website. Presenting related articles will logically encourage the users to continue the reading and eventually increase the Click-Through rate (CTR).  There are many WordPress plugins to show related posts on a WordPress blog. YARPP is the popular plugin to show […]
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How to Add Avatar Defaults in WordPress

July 17, 2017
Avatar is used to represent a person by using an icon which will generally have a profile photo image. It is catchy to use images instead of names and also images register easily that a textual name. WordPress supports the avatar images to represent the author of a post or the users who add comments. […]
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How to Create WordPress Widget

February 28, 2017
Widgets are used to add content to a WordPress page programmatically without disturbing theme templates. The sidebar is the default area to add widget content. Also, we can register our own widget area and add widgets to it. WordPress contains some default widgets Search, Category, Tags and more. In WordPress admin, we can see Widgets […]
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How to Create Shortcode in WordPress

February 21, 2017
In WordPress, Shortcode is a feature to insert content into a post or a page programmatically. Shortcode will work if it is specified inside a page or post content. Otherwise, we have to add the do_shortcode hook to use a shortcode outside the content. In a previous WordPress tutorial, I have used shortcode feature to insert advertisement banner […]
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Adding Custom Field to WordPress Post

December 5, 2016
In WordPress there some default fields in add new post form. These are the title, HTML description, category, tags. If we want to add more information to our post, WordPress provides an option to enable custom fields. This additional information added with the custom fields are called as post meta. This metadata is stored in […]
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How to Create Custom Taxonomy in WordPress

March 3, 2016
Taxonomy is a feature to group content like posts, links in a structured way. For example, category and tag are the inbuilt taxonomies in WordPress to group posts. The category is a hierarchical taxonomy and the tag is an example of non-hierarchical taxonomy. WordPress allows us to create custom taxonomies. It can be either hierarchical […]
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