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How to Setup a Professional Email Address with Gmail and G Suite

After creating a website, the first thing every business owner needs is a professional email address with their business name in it. A professional email address will help you win trust when dealing with other businesses and customers. G Suite is Google’s productivity suite that allows you to use Gmail with your own professional email address. In this article, we will show you how to setup a…
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How to Make Sticky Posts in WordPress

Are you looking for a way to show your most important posts at the top of your blog page so people can see them first? WordPress by default shows your newest posts first. As you add more content, your older posts go down and eventually moved to archives. But what if you…
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What, Why, and Hows of WordPress Security Keys

If you are using WordPress and did a little reading about WordPress Security, then you should have seen a mention of WordPress Security Keys (Secret Keys). In this article, we will explain the what, why, and hows of WordPress Security Keys for WordPress beginners. What are WordPress Security Keys? WordPress Security Keys is a set of random variables that improve encryption of information stored in…
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How to Customize WordPress Admin Area (Dashboard) for Saviours

Have you ever felt that your WordPress dashboard has additional clutter that you do not want. Sometimes added by additional themes, plugins, or maybe you don’t like one of the default widgets. In this article, we will show you how to customize WordPress admin area (Dashboard) without writing any code. For this tutorial we will be using the “Screen Options” feature in WordPress. The downside…
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Why and How you should be using iFrames for Videos in WordPress?

You remember those old embed tags on videos? Yeah, those are going to be outdated pretty soon as the web shifts to HTML5. Almost all major video sites are switching from using Flash video embeds toward using HTML5, and we recommend that you think about doing the same for your WordPress blog. By using the iFrame tag for your videos, you ensure that your videos are displayed for people on the…
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