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4 Legal Pages Your WordPress Site Needs

Keeping your site legal and protecting yourself from regulation violations and lawsuits is vital. However, it can be easy to overlook key legal pages when preparing to launch your website.

In this post, we’ll discuss four legal pages your WordPress website needs, as well as some basic information about what to include in them.

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How to Create a Lifestyle Blog With WordPress (In 5 Steps)

Lifestyle blogging is becoming a popular way to make money on the internet. However, understanding what constitutes this vague niche and how to get started may be confusing for beginners.

In this post, we take a look at what ‘lifestyle blogging’ means and the types of content you might create in this industry. Then we walk you through how to start your own WordPress website and jump into this ever-growing field.

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How to Prevent Spam On Your WordPress Site (And Why It Matters)

Comments can be an excellent way to engage your site’s audience and build a community around your content. Unfortunately, they’re also a ripe opportunity for spam posters.

Whether they add untrustworthy links to your site or simply flood your posts with content that doesn’t provide any value to readers, getting rid of spam comments is crucial. In this post, we’ll share three simple tips for doing so.

Where to Put Custom Code for Your Website in WordPress

Whenever you need to add custom code to your WordPress site, the typical recommendation is to put it in the theme’s functions.php file. I don’t like doing that as it’s easy to forget to copy-paste that code to the new theme when it’s time to a refresh.

Moreover, if done in that manner, you don’t have the ability to switch on or off certain functions.

The solution for me has been the following plugins:.

Mental Health and Wellbeing in the WordPress Community

Mental health and wellbeing in the WordPress community are topics that have been getting more attention lately, and deservedly so. The WP&UP initiative has been at the forefront of this effort. This is an introduction to their story.

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