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Revert to an Old Draft Ever spend hours editing and re-editing a post, only to realize that you really preferred the original version? While the cmd+z (Mac) or ctrl+z (PC) keyboard shortcut is a great way to undo minor changes as you’re working, it won’t do you much good if you’ve re-written entire paragraphs, saved […]

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Returning to a Previous WordPress Post or Page

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Intro to WordPress Comment Settings

If your website includes frequently published content in the form of posts (like the blog you’re reading right now), it’s important to consider whether or not you want to allow site visitors to leave comments on those posts.

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Add PDFs to WordPress Websites

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Edit & Re-Order Menus in WordPress

Depending on your installation, your WordPress website may have multiple menus or it may have only one. For example, your site may have separate menus for the  header and footer, or the site may have only one menu. Often sites with only one menu display that same menu in both the header and footer. In this case, any updates you make will apply to both the header and footer.

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Create WordPress Categories & Tags

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5 Helpful Tips for WordPress Beginners

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Update WordPress Core & Its Plugins

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Meet the Designer

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WordPress Theme Development

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