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wp_enqueue is a WordPress function that allows developers to enqueue scripts (JavaScript files) and styles (CSS files). This means that developers can tell WordPress which scripts and styles they wish to use on a particular page, and WordPress will automatically load them. This helps make… Read More »

WHOIS Lookup

A WHOIS lookup allows you to find a domain name owner’s name, contact information, and other important details. ICANN (Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers) maintains a database the public can search to see who owns any domain. During domain name registration, you have… Read More »

Website Title

A website title is an HTML tag that tells visitors and search engines what a web page or article is about. It is also commonly known as a title tag or an SEO title. You will see the website title in the tab at the… Read More »

WYSIWYG (What You See Is What You Get)

WYSIWYG is an acronym for What You See Is What You Get. It is used for tools where you create/edit content in real time and see a live preview as you work.  These editors are incredibly useful online, especially when creating content for websites. Whether… Read More »


In WordPress, widgets are blocks of content that you can add to your site’s sidebars, footers, and other areas. Ever visit someone’s blog and see a photo, signup form, or menu in the sidebar? Those are all widgets. Each widget can add a feature or… Read More »


WP_Query is a class defined in WordPress. It allows developers to write custom queries and display posts using different parameters. It is possible for developers to directly query WordPress database. However, WP_Query is one of the recommended ways to query posts from WordPress database. Below… Read More »

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WordCamp is a term used for locally organized WordPress conferences. They are paid for, attended, and organized by local WordPress communities around the globe and cover everything related to WordPress. and the WordPress Foundation publish guidelines that every WordCamp around the world follows. The… Read More »


wp-config.php is one of the core WordPress files. It contains information about the database, including the name, host (typically localhost), username, and password. This information allows WordPress to communicate with the database to store and retrieve data (e.g. Posts, Users, Settings, etc). The file is… Read More »


WAMP is sometimes used as an abbreviated name for the software stack Windows, Apache, MySQL, PHP. It is derived from LAMP which stands for Linux, Apache, MySQL, and PHP. As the name implies, while LAMP is used on Linux servers, WAMP is used on Windows… Read More »