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How to Use Markdown in WordPress for a Better Blogging Experience

WordPress makes it easy and intuitive enough for you to write your content directly into the visual editor while styling your text, but it’s not necessarily a quick process. Anyone who has any experience composing content in the editor knows that you have to continuously reach for your mouse or trackpad so you can highlight the text you want to style and click the buttons at the top ...

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Best Practices for Selling Ads on Your WordPress Site

Selling ads is just one of many ways to monetize a website. But it’s not the right solution for everyone. Repeat: It’s not the right solution for everyone. In fact, it’s a downright bad idea for some and can detract from your site’s content. Still, when ads work, they work great and can bring in some great side income to ...

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How to Add Front-End Login Page and Widgets in WordPress

Do you want to add front-end login feature to your WordPress site? Sending users to the default login page usually redirects them to the WordPress admin area. This is very confusing and is bad for user experience. Wouldn’t it be nice if users can login to your WordPress site directly from the front-end? In this article, we will show you ...

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How To Add Points System in WordPress to Ignite User Engagement

Do you want to boost user engagement on your site? Want to add gamification in WordPress? Gamification is an effective way to increase user participation and engagement. In this article, we will show you how can add points system in WordPress to Ignite user engagement. First thing you need to do is install and activate the WordPoints plugin . Upon ...

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How to Allow Users to Notify You of Errors in WordPress Posts

Self publishing your ideas on the web has become extremely easy. However, the biggest downside of self-publishing is that you are entirely responsible for your mistakes. There is no one checking, proof reading and editing what you publish except yourself. You might have built yourself a good editing workflow where you cross-check your facts, spell-check your articles, and polish your ...

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