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Google Search Console is a set of free tools that Google offers us to check the status of our website in its search results.
Spam is still a problem. We tell you about our experience with spam in WordPress and the techniques we use to combat it.
Custom post types let you expand the possibilities of your WordPress. Learn how to create them and get more out of your content.
If you change your theme or disable any of your WordPress plugins and your website breaks down, you’re suffering from the lock-in effect. Learn what it is and how to combat it.
Nowadays there are thousands of web hosting providers out there. Know the minimum requirements that must be provided so you don’t get upset later on.
Whether you are a WordPress theme designer, plugin developer or even a web developer, Local by Flywheel is your tool.
Categories and tags allow you to organize the content of your WordPress website. Let’s understand the differences between them to create the perfect data structure on our site.
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