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How to Add Custom Shortcut Links to WordPress Toolbar By default WordPress displays a toolbar on top of all pages to logged in users. You can take control of the WordPress admin bar, turn it off when viewing site, or even disable it for all users except administrators. However, this toolbar can be utilized… Read More Read More …

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How to Send A Custom Welcome Email to New Users in WordPress Every new user who registers for your WordPress site receive an email containing their username and password. However when using WordPress for membership sites, you can use the initial email to deliver a more useful message to your new users. In this article, Read More …

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14 Most Common WordPress Errors and How to Fix Them WordPress is very easy to use but some common WordPress errors can cause panic among beginners. It is very possible that the error you are seeing on your site has been already reported and resolved by someone before you. At WPBeginner, we have covered and… Read Read More …

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How to Record and Upload YouTube Videos Directly From WordPress We always recommend our users to never upload videos directly to WordPress and instead upload them to YouTube or other video hosting services. Although Adding a YouTube video in WordPress is extremely simple, in this article we will show you how to record and upload… Read Read More …

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How to Find and Remove Unused Shortcodes From WordPress Posts Shortcodes are great, but they are not always the best way. One disadvantage of using a plugin or theme that relies on shortcodes is that when you switch a theme or deactivate the plugin, they will leave behind shordcode tags in your posts which will… Read Read More …

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How to Set Default Admin Color Scheme for New Users in WordPress One of the most talked about feature of WordPress 3.8 is the new admin interface. It is fully responsive and looks great on all devices. If you don’t like the default colors, then you can choose from 8 different admin color schemes and Read More …

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How to Add Multi-Column Content in WordPress Posts (No HTML Required) After our writeup about how to create tables in WordPress, we noticed that several users were using tables to create multi-column layouts for their WordPress pages. Ideally you should use HTML and CSS to create column layouts. For beginners who don’t know CSS, then Read More …

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How to Display Recently Registered Users in WordPress For multi-user WordPress sites, you may want to showcase your users on different sections of your website. For example, you can display a list of authors with avatars, or add an author info box, etc. In this tutorial we will show you how to display… Read More » Read More …

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How to Fix Briefly Unavailable for Scheduled Maintenance Error in WordPress WordPress added support for automatic updates in version 3.7 which allows WordPress to update itself to minor releases. A common problem when updating on shared WordPress hosting is that the update process may timeout, leaving your site in maintenance mode and inaccessible. In this Read More …

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How to Disable Directory Browsing in WordPress By default when your web server does not find an index file (i.e. a file like index.php or index.html), it automatically displays an index page showing the contents of the directory. This could make your site vulnerable to hack attacks by revealing important information needed… Read More » To Read More …