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In WordPress, an archive is a collection or group of published posts that have something in common. WordPress automatically creates archive pages based on categories, tags, and dates. Users can click on a category, tag, or date to discover related posts, making it convenient for… Read More »


In WordPress, an API (Application Programming Interface) allows different software systems or applications to talk to each other. This lets them share information and perform specific tasks on websites and within the software itself. WordPress provides several APIs to help plugin and theme developers easily… Read More »

Admin Area

In WordPress, the admin area is a central control panel where you manage everything on your website. It’s where you can easily change how your site looks, manage posts and pages, install plugins and themes, and add new users. The WordPress admin area is also… Read More »


In WordPress development, an action can be used to modify how a WordPress site works or add new features. WordPress has many predefined actions that allow developers to add their own code at specific points throughout the WordPress core. Actions are one of the big… Read More »


AJAX stands for Asynchronous JavaScript and XML. AJAX is combination of web scripts and technologies that enables web pages to be updated without reloading the entire page. In WordPress, you can see AJAX in action in the post edit screen, where you can add a… Read More »


In computer programming languages, an array is a special variable that holds more than one value under a single name. You can access those different values by referring to an index number or a text key. In WordPress, arrays have many uses. They store theme… Read More »

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In WordPress, Atom is a web standard for syndicating and publishing content. It is a format that allows content to be published in XML format. With Atom, apps like feed readers and news aggregators can easily pull content from other websites and display it on… Read More »


Author is one of the default user roles in WordPress. Someone with the author role can create and publish content, but not change your website’s settings. The WordPress user role system defines what each user can and can’t do on your website. It’s important to… Read More »


Administrator is one of the default user roles in WordPress. The administrator role is the highest level available and gives unrestricted access to the WordPress admin area. The WordPress user role system defines what each user can and can’t do on your website. It’s important… Read More »


An attachment in WordPress is any media file you upload to your website and attach to a post, page, or custom post type. When you upload a media file through the WordPress post edit screen, it becomes an attachment linked to that specific post. WordPress… Read More »