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WPBeginner WordPress tutorials allow you to extend the power of WordPress. Our step by step WordPress tutorials are easy to understand and follows the WordPress best practices. Don't waste your time buying books that cover just the basics. These WordPress tutorials contain real-life examples, tips, and hacks that allows you to learn WordPress faster.

How to Move Custom Domain Blogger Blog to WordPress

In our Blogger to WordPress migration tutorial, one of our readers asked us for the step by step guide on moving custom domain blogger website to WordPress. Blogger allows you to use 3rd party custom domains as well as Google domains with your blog. In… Read More »

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Dec 29, 2015
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How to Add a Shortcodes User Interface in WordPress with Shortcake

If you are developing a WordPress site for a client, then it’s likely that you will have shortcodes for your clients to use. The problem is that many beginners don’t know how to add shortcodes and if there are complex parameters involved, then it’s even… Read More »

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Dec 25, 2015
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How to Hide Password Protected Posts From WordPress Loop

WordPress allows you to create password protected posts. Recently one of our readers asked if it was possible to hide password protected posts from the site. By default, WordPress hides the content of a password protected post, but it still shows the post title with… Read More »

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Dec 25, 2015
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How to Add Feature Boxes With Icons in WordPress

Do you want to add a feature box with beautiful icons on the homepage of your WordPress site? These feature boxes show important selling points of your products and services. It has proven to be a highly engaging technique in presenting features to new customers.… Read More »

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Dec 24, 2015
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How to Move Comment Text Field to Bottom in WordPress 4.4

Did you notice that there was a slight change in the comment form fields in WordPress 4.4? The comment textarea is moved to the top whereas the Name, Email, and Website field is moved to the bottom. One of our readers asked if there was… Read More »

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Dec 16, 2015
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How to Move from LiveJournal to WordPress

Do you want to switch your LiveJournal site to WordPress? While LiveJournal is a nice place to publish your journal entries, it is extremely limited which is why many users move to WordPress. Recently one of our readers asked if we can create a step… Read More »

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Dec 2, 2015
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How to Show User Registration Date in WordPress

Do you want to show the user registration date in WordPress? Often popular membership sites and forums display the user registration date on profile as “member since 2015”. In this article, we will cover how to show user registration date in WordPress. Where and How… Read More »

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Nov 27, 2015
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How to Restore a WordPress Site with Just a Database Backup

We always recommend our users to make complete WordPress backups on a regular basis. But what if you unknowingly used one of the free plugins that only make database backups? In this article, we will show you how to restore a WordPress site with just… Read More »

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Nov 25, 2015
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How to Use SMTP Server to Send WordPress Emails

Are you having trouble receiving or sending emails from your WordPress site? One solution for that is to use third party email services such as Mandrill. However, these services will cost you extra money. In this article, we will show you how to use a… Read More »

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Nov 11, 2015
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How to Easily Display Code on Your WordPress Site

Do you run a development related blog and want to share code snippets on your blog posts? By default, showing codes in your WordPress site is not easy. For security reasons WordPress filters out any raw code added into posts, widgets, or comments. We’re often… Read More »

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