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What is a Responsive WordPress Theme

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If you’re working on your website, you’ve probably been told to make sure it’s built as a “responsive theme” or that it’s “mobile responsive” and wondered what is a responsive WordPress theme?  In this article I’ll cover what is a responsive WordPress theme and why you want to have it for your site. What is a Responsive WordPress Theme A

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How to Create a Blog Page in WordPress

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After setting up your website, you’re probably wondering how to create a blog page in WordPress. You’ve setup your site with a few static pages like the home, about us, contact us, services and now you want a separate page that shows all your blog posts in one go. WordPress is great at being both

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How to Find Your WordPress Login Page

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WordPress Login Page

Where is my WordPress login page? That is likely one of the first questions you’ll ask yourself after you get your new business website up and running. In this article, I’ll show you how to find your WordPress login page easily so you can access it anytime. Congratulations, you’ve setup your WordPress website and now

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5 Steps to Make Your Website a Success

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Long gone are the days where you throw up your five page static website and never update it again. If you want to separate yourself from your competition, then you have to work on your website to keep it informative for your visitors. Here are 5 steps you can take to help your site stand apart from your

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How to Set up Pretty Permalinks in WordPress

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How to Set up Permalinks in WordPress

By default, WordPress uses URLs like this http://example.com/?p=123. This URL structure is not SEO friendly. This is why most WordPress site owners use Pretty Permalinks, which is a term used for SEO friendly URLs in WordPress. These SEO friendly Permalinks contain post, category, tag, title in the URL, allowing you to use Keywords inside your

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