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Add Nofollow Links in WordPress Navigation Menus

Many site owners prefer to add a nofollow tag to all external links. Adding a nofollow attribute to links in WordPress is extremely simple. However, it is not as clear for navigation menus. In this article, we will show you how to add nofollow links in WordPress navigation menus. First start by adding the external link to your WordPress navigation menu just like you would add any custom link. Simply…

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Partially Hide Admin Bar in WordPress

WordPress admin bar contains useful shortcuts for logged in users of your site. You can easily disable it from your profile, or hide it for all users except administrators. However when you hide it, you lose those useful shortcuts which can very helpful. In this article, we will show you how to partially hide admin-bar in WordPress by placing it in a smaller button. from :http://www.wpbeginner.com/plugins/how-to-partially-hide-admin-bar-in-wordpress/ [quote font=”verdana” font_size=”14″ font_style=”italic”…

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Must Have WordPress Plugins

are you looking for the must have WordPress plugins used by WordPress experts? Well, then you’re in the right place. In this article, our expert team has hand-picked the best WordPress plugins for 2015. Choosing the best plugin for your WordPress site will help make your day-to-day life easier and deliver a better experience for your users as well. Having that said, let’s take a look at the top WordPress…

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Restrict Authors to Specific Category in WordPress

Running a multi-author site efficiently requires a good editorial workflow. If you have authors working on a specific topic, then one of the things you can do is limit their publishing capability only to a specific category. In this article, we will show you how to restrict authors to specific category in WordPress. This is particularly useful if you have an author specific column on your site. Perhaps something like…

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Disable Disqus on Custom Post Types in WordPress

We recently switched from WordPress comments to Disqus comment system on WPBeginner. One of our users pointed out that comments on our custom post types comments weren’t migrated properly. For a temporary solution, we simply disabled Disqus on certain custom post types. In this article, we will show you how to disable Disqus on custom post types in WordPress. Disqus not showing comments on our custom post types was an…

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Move Your Site from Joomla to WordPress

A lot of people use Joomla to manage and publish their websites. While Joomla is a good platform, it is definitely not for everyone. Maybe you are among those users who have decided that you want to switch from Joomla to WordPress. You have heard a lot of people talking about WordPress and it’s ease of use. You want to utilize the power of WordPress plugins and themes. Well if…

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Fix the Internal Server Error in WordPress

If you have been surfing the web for more than a year, then you probably have seen the HTTP 500 Internal Server Error at least a few times. Internal Server Error is one of the common WordPress errors that can put a WordPress beginner in panic mode. Panic is the worst reaction you can have. Take a deep breath and know that others before you have had this issue as…

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Control the Visibility of Widgets Based on Time and Date

The traditional use of widgets in WordPress is to set it and forget it. After placing and configuring a widget, it stays in the widgetized area until manually removed. Many plugins have extended widgets to add visibility settings that are based on the page or post where the widget appears. But what if you could also control widgets based on time and date? The new Widget Visibility Time Scheduler plugin…

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Add an Expiration Date to WordPress Sticky Posts

WordPress’ sticky posts feature was introduced six years ago in the 2.7release. It was added to enable users to stick important posts to the front page so that they won’t disappear in a blog’s steady stream of chronologically ordered content. By default, a sticky post is sticky indefinitely and requires you to manually uncheck the box under the post’s visibility settings in order to remove its stickiness. Expire Sticky Posts…

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