Resetting Your WordPress Password if It’s Not Being Emailed to You – BobWP

If you are trying to retrieve and reset your WordPress password, and the link isn’t being emailed to you, you may have to dive into the depths of your database. Here are the steps for doing that.

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Nonprofits: Learn WordPress with a Free BobWP Online Course Membership – BobWP

We have partnered with WordPress businesses and individuals to give away over 60 one year BobWP Online Course memberships to deserving nonprofits to help them learn and build their WordPress sites.

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How to Add a PDF Viewer in WordPress

Do you want to add a PDF viewer in WordPress? By default, WordPress displays PDF files as links. Users can view the PDF by downloading it or opening it a new window. But what if you wanted to embed a PDF in your blog post?… Read More »

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4 Ways to Prevent Image Theft in WordPress

Image theft is a common problem that photographers deal with on a regular basis. Recently one of our readers asked if there was a way to prevent image theft in WordPress. In this article, we will share 4 ways to prevent image theft in WordPress… Read More »

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5 Alternative Ways of Posting to WordPress Blog

Did you know that there is a number of varying alternatives for posting to WordPress blog? That’s right. In this article, we’ll be introducing you to 5 alternative ways of posting to WordPress other than having to log in to your blog using the built in editor. 1. Desktop Software You can use desktop blogging […]

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12 Ways to Speed up Your WordPress Website

WordPress is one of the most powerful and web platforms in use today. Apart from being an ideal platform for setting up blogs and websites, it’s equally well suited for running online shopping sites or complete forums. However, the only ugly part I’ve found so far is that it can be sluggish.

Speed is a quality that all websites or services should possess, and WordPress is no exception. You never get a second chance to make a first impression, so it’s important to ensure that you in no way leave your visitors with any reason to leave your site even before it’s even finished loading, or reasons that could make them want to never return.

In this article, I’ll show you how to effectively improve your WordPress site load speed, with twelve of the best approaches that will help improve your performance. If you need more convincing why site speed is critical, check out our previous article that talks about why site speed matters.

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How to Disable JSON REST API in WordPress

WordPress 4.4 added the much anticipated JSON REST API. It is great for plugin developers, but many site owners may not find it useful at all. In this article, we will show you how to easily disable the JSON REST API in WordPress. Why You… Read More »

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Beginner’s Guide on How to Add a Link in WordPress

Do you want to add a hyperlink in WordPress? Recently, one of our users asked us how to add a link in WordPress. In this beginner’s guide, we will show you how to add a link in WordPress posts, pages, text widgets, navigation menus, and… Read More »

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