How to Create a List of Forbidden Words for WordPress Titles

How to Create a List of Forbidden Words for WordPress Titles

As an owner of a blog or a website, you have to manage your site and may want to avoid the using of forbidden words or phrases.

If you are the all in one of your blog then there have might not anything to be tensed to manage your site but if you are running a multi-author site, then you should think about this matter.

Because it is quite impossible to keep all the authors informed about the editorial style and policy of your site.

You can warn your authors about the policy of your blog, leave editorial comments, add notes or custom statuses, but these will not monitor all the contents.

As a result, you need to review all the contents manually which means more work for you.

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The Beginner Guide to setup a Multivendor eCommerce Website

The Beginner Guide to setup a Multivendor eCommerce Website

In this 21st century, eCommerce has been becoming a booming industry all over the world.

You can buy and sell almost everything at your doorstep with the magic of eCommerce. It has changed our lifestyles entirely because we don’t have to spend time and money in traveling to the market.

>There has been a ripple in the number of eCommerce websites popping up over the past few years, but not every eCommerce endeavor became a successful one.

Does that mean you should abandon your dream of next eCommerce business? Definitely, not.

In this tutorial, I’ve come up with the beginner guide to setup a multivendor eCommerce website.

I will go through the major issues which play a crucial role in the success of a multivendor eCommerce site.

Read on to find out the beginner guide including major factors with the detailed description of each point.

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How to Identify And Fix Broken Links on Your WordPress Site

How to Identify And Fix Broken Links on Your WordPress Site

Broken links refer the links on your website that directs or points your visitors to a page or a file that no longer exists. It is also known as dead links.

How do you feel when you click on a link and end up with “404 page not found” error? In general, you become annoyed with this kind of actions.

Truly, Broken links are annoying and create the bad user experience. And the most important issue is, it's bad for your website’s SEO.

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How to Create Custom Shortcode for WordPress

How to Create Custom Shortcode for WordPress

WordPress shortcodes introduced in its early version 2.5 before about six years ago and since that time, shortcodes are used to increase the functionality of WordPress.

The shortcodes are a particular tag that you can enter into a post or a page which gets replaced with different content when visitors are viewing the post or page on the website.

You’ve probably used shortcodes before, but did you know it’s pretty easy to create your own, with no plugins necessary?

In this tutorial, I will show you how to build some simple WordPress shortcodes for the subscription that will help you to create any functionality in future as you like.

You can directly create your shortcode function in the functions.php file or build a simple plugin. I'll show you both but at first, I go through the functions.php file.

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How to Make WordPress Featured Post Carousel

How to Make WordPress Featured Post Carousel

If you look at today's blog websites, you may notice a trend in design and development. In these days, blog owners love to have a carousel for featured posts on their blog home page.

A carousel draws the attention of readers to the blog posts selected by the owner and allows the visitors to glance quickly through some of the best posts. It is a smart and ovation way to promote the blog.

Many of bloggers or site owners seek help from various plugins to achieve the slider for featured posts. However, I prefer to code it directly in the theme.

In this tutorial, I’ll create an elegantly featured post carousel for WordPress.

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