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How to Properly Ask for WordPress Support and Get It

We help dozens of users on a daily basis providing them with free WordPress support help either via our twitter, or our contact form. As a volunteer providing free support, every now and then it’s hard not to get frustrated with new users who ask questions in accusatory tone without taking the time and consideration to read or search through past information. At the same time we also understand…
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How are WordPress.com and WordPress.org Related?

At WPSaviour, one of the most commonly asked question by our users is whether they should use self hosted WordPress or get a Free WordPress.com blog. We have covered this topic in detail and have discussed pros and cons of both options. However it seems that we usually get a…
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Saviour's Guide to WordPress Database Management with phpMyAdmin

WordPress is written using PHP as its scripting language and MySQL as its database management system. In order to use WordPress, you don’t really need to learn either of them. However, a very basic understanding of the two could help you troubleshoot problems as well as increase your understanding of how WordPress work. In this article, we will explain how WordPress uses the database including a…
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How to Find Post, Category, Tag, Comments, or User ID in WordPress

A couple of days ago a user asked us to help them find a post id. While working on WordPress, you may come across situations where you will need to find a post ID, category ID, or tag’s ID. An ID is a unique number which identifies that particular item in your WordPress database. In this article we will show you how to find post, category, tag, comments or user ID in WordPress. WordPress uses…
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When Do You Really Need Managed WordPress Hosting? Best Managed WordPress Hosting Compared (2019)

Are you a WordPress Saviour who is wondering what is managed WordPress hosting? During your research, you probably came across numerous managed WordPress hosting companies and found that prices of managed WordPress hosting is quite higher than the average shared hosting which you can get for as low as $2.75 per month. If you’re like most people, then you probably thought: Why is there such a big…
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