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Classic Theme

A classic theme is a traditional (non-block) WordPress theme that does not support full site editing. You can use the WordPress Theme Customizer to edit a classic theme and control the appearance of your website. Classic themes are built using PHP templates and use stylesheets… Read More »


In WordPress, a cache saves a copy of each page on a website the first time it is loaded and serves those files to repeat visitors. This can improve WordPress speed and performance by speeding up loading times. Most web browsers also use caching to… Read More »

Classic Editor

The classic editor is a WordPress content editor that was previously used to create, edit, and format posts and pages. It was the default editor in WordPress for many years until it was replaced by the block editor. While we recommend using the newer block… Read More »


CAPTCHA is a Completely Automated Public Turing Test to Tell Computers and Humans Apart. It is a website security measure that can tell if a user is a bot or a human. CAPTCHA comes in different forms, including the newer reCAPTCHA and hCAPTCHA (Human CAPTCHA).… Read More »

Custom Post Type

In WordPress, custom post types are used when you want to create content that’s different from a normal post or page. For example, you can create custom post types for portfolios, testimonials, and products. Many WordPress plugins also use custom post types to store data.… Read More »

Content Management System (CMS)

A content management system or CMS is a software that is used to build websites and create content to be published on the internet. Typically CMS allows you to create a website without writing any code. In the early days of the web, you needed… Read More »

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Category is one of the default taxonomies in WordPress. You can use categories to sort and group your blog posts into different sections. For example, a news website might have categories for their articles filed under News, Opinion, Weather, and Sports. Categories help visitors quickly… Read More »


Blog comments are written reactions that readers can add to your blog posts. Leaving a comment on a blog post is an easy way for your visitors to communicate with you and other readers. Comments usually appear on your site right after the blog post… Read More »


cPanel is a web hosting control panel that lets users manage all types of website and server tasks from their hosting accounts. These include checking their web server resources (like bandwidth), managing domain names, organizing website files, creating email accounts, and so on. cPanel is… Read More »


Cookies are small text files that temporarily save website-related data on a user’s computer. They are widely used on the web for storing information and providing a personalized browsing experience to users. Most WordPress websites set cookies, such as when a user logs in or… Read More »