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How To Disable The WordPress Gutenberg Editor And Keep Using The Classic Editor

If you haven’t heard already, the way you create content with WordPress is soon going to change with the introduction of the Gutenberg editor completely. Starting in WordPress 5.0, which might be released as soon as November 19, the Gutenberg editor will replace the current TinyMCE editor when you go to create posts, pages, or any other type of WordPress content that uses the default…
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How to Create a Sitemap in WordPress (XML and HTML)

You create a lot of great content at your WordPress site, but that content is only valuable if humans and search engines are actually able to find it. Sitemaps help you accomplish that by essentially giving humans and search engines a “map” of all the content on your “site” (hence the name). That makes them an important tool for both search engine optimization and usability. In this post…
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