In this tutorial, you’ll learn exactly what FTP is, why you might need it, and how you can use it to easily upload, download, or edit files on your WordPress site.
This tutorial covers exactly how to download your entire WordPress media library, saving a local copy of every file you’ve uploaded to your website.
Do you want to reset your WordPress site to its default state and remove all content and settings? In this tutorial, we’ll cover exactly how to do just that.
Have you ever wondered where WordPress stores posts and pages? It’s a bit counterintuitive, especially if you’re not familiar with how WordPress works.
When you’re shopping for a premium WordPress theme, you’ll likely run into all sorts of pricing structures. Some developers sell themes for a simple flat price, while others offer multiple license tiers, add-ons, and even subscriptions. It can be quite confusing.
If you expect your website to drive significant traffic, you need to be sure it won’t slow to a crawl when visitors start pouring in. And if you’ve ever encountered a slow WordPress site, you’re probably wondering: can WordPress handle heavy traffic?
Search engines like Google are an essential traffic source for almost every website. If you’re considering WordPress for a new site, you may be wondering how well it plays with search engines.
In this guide, we’ll take a look at what the WordPress Heartbeat API is, what it does, and how you can easily control its functionality to optimize your site’s performance.
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