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How to Use Shortcodes in your WordPress Sidebar Widgets

Excerpt of the ori­gin­al art­icle.

«In the past, we have shown you how to add and use wid­gets in Word­Press. One of the most asked ques­tions we get about wid­gets is how can I add short­codes in Word­Press side­bar wid­gets? By default, short­codes does not work in side­bar wid­gets. In this art­icle, we will show you how to eas­ily use short­codes in your Word­Press side­bar wid­gets.»

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→ wpbeginner.com

The Ultimate Guide to 404 Pages for WordPress

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«Bad 404 pages are like tram­po­lines for your Word­Press site: Vis­it­ors who land on them are going to bounce. How you deal with 404s will determ­ine wheth­er vis­it­ors stick around or check out the com­pet­i­tion when they end up on a page that Word­Press can’t find.»

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→ wpmudev.org

How to Enable Automatic Updates for WordPress Plugins

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«Recently one of our read­ers asked how they can auto­mat­ic­ally update Word­Press plu­gins. Many users find it annoy­ing that almost every oth­er day they have to update a plu­gin. In this art­icle, we will show you how to enable auto­mat­ic updates for Word­Press plu­gins. We will also show you how to exclude some plu­gins from auto­mat­ic updates.»

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7 .htaccess Rules that Every WordPress User Should Know

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«If you are host­ing your site on an Apache serv­er, you will come across the Hyper­text Access file or “.htac­cess” for short. This file allows you to cre­ate rules and con­trol file and folder access in the root and sub­dir­ect­or­ies.»

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→ maketecheasier.com

Complete Guide to WordPress Admin Notices

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«As you work in the Word­Press Admin Area, you’ll undoubtedly encounter «admin notices» that let you know about errors, updated set­tings, required actions, and so forth. Most default admin notices are provided by Word­Press out of the box, but it’s up to plu­gins and themes to provide any cus­tom notices that may be required.»

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→ digwp.com

Tutorial: Create a fixed announcement bar for your website

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«Many web­sites are show­ing a fixed mes­sage bar at the bot­tom of the page in order to dis­play an announce­ment, pro­mo­tion­al offers or an import­ant art­icle recently pub­lished. Here is a super easy tutori­al for doing so on your web­site.»

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→ catswhocode.com

A Handy Guide on Creating and Using Shortcodes in WordPress

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«Wheth­er you’re just a novice or an exper­i­enced developer, devel­op­ing a Word­Press site often­times could be pain­fully time-con­sum­ing. Espe­cially, build­ing a large-size web­site or an online portal can eat up a lot of your time.»

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→ wpmayor.com

Beginner’s Guide to WordPress File and Directory Structure

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«Do you want to learn about Word­Press file and dir­ect­ory struc­ture? The core Word­Press soft­ware, themes, plu­gins, and user uploads are all stored on your web­site. In this beginner’s guide, we will explain the Word­Press file and dir­ect­ory struc­ture.»

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→ wpbeginner.com

A Complete Font Awesome WordPress Guide

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«Check out this amaz­ing Font Awe­some Word­Press guide which walks you through four dif­fer­ent meth­ods of integ­rat­ing Font Awe­some icons into your web­site. Font Awe­some is an open source (free) pro­ject star­ted by the amaz­ing Dave Gandy, which as of April 11th is estim­ated to be on more than 60 mil­lion web­sites; includ­ing whitehouse.gov, thebeatles.com, and washingtonpost.com. Font Awe­some gives you scal­able vec­tor icons so that you aren’t load­ing indi­vidu­al images for each icon.»

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→ woorkup.com

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→ fontawesome.io

How to Create a Contact Form in WordPress (Step by Step)

Excerpt of the ori­gin­al art­icle.

«Are you look­ing to add a con­tact form on your Word­Press site? Every web­site needs a con­tact form, so people can con­tact you about your products and ser­vices. In this Word­Press tutori­al, we will show you how to cre­ate a con­tact form in Word­Press (step by step) without touch­ing a single line of code.»

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→ wpbeginner.com