Category : WordPress Tutorials

Have a slow site? There are dozens of possible reasons why this could be the case. Below are some steps you can take to speed up your site or decrease load time: Better hosting = faster server – The most common reason for slow sites is a slow server. If you are on cheap shared ..

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Gabfire Themes uses WordPress’ best practices to make our themes as compatible as possible with WordPress. However, some sites have third party plugins which do not adhere to these best practices and can often result in a theme or plugin conflict. The following sections provide instructions for determining if an issue you are experiencing with ..

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If you have never setup a Gravatar account: Register / login to Gravatar. Upon registering, use the SAME email address that is associated with your WordPress User Profile. Upload your photo and associate it with that specific email address. (see image below) If you already registered at gravatar.com, follow these steps: Under “My Account”, click on Manage ..

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WordPress core functionality allows you to insert RSS feeds onto your site using the RSS Widget. RSS Widget is not theme-specific and is a standard widget built into WordPress. What is RSS? RSS (Really Simple Syndication) is an XML-based format for sharing and distributing Web content, such as news headlines. Using an RSS reader, you ..

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The blogroll is a WordPress feature that allows you to store a set of external links. These links can be organized into categories. Links and their categories can be added, deleted, and edited.   Clicking on the “Links” tab in the Admin WordPress Panel will send you to the Manage Links SubPanel. The Subpanel contains a list ..

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Is your article too long or the post would be better if it was broken into multiple pages? Well the ability to paginate a post is a functionality that is built into WordPress. On order to paginate a post follow the next steps: You could split a post/page up into different web pages so that ..

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WordPress has an excellent Custom Menu function that allows you to create a navigation menu based on your preferences. All Gabfire Themes allow you to use a Custom Navigation Menu in place of the theme’s default menu. Instructions In WordPress, go to Appearance -> Menus Create a Custom Menu by clicking the + tab. Give it a Name. Then, choose items such ..

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Now that you have WordPress installed, you may want to create some Categories to classify your posts. Go to Posts –> Categories Enter the required information Click Add New Category Video Tutorial: How to Create and Use Categories Note: Depending on your WordPress version, the admin screen may look slightly different. However, the instructions are still ..

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