Do you write for a blog? Do you want to remove the date from WordPress posts and keep it new and fresh all the time?
Many bloggers and site owners prefer to hide the publication date rather than display it.
A cornerstone of blogging is ‘evergreen’ content, which refers to postings that are always relevant and never go out of style. However, including dates in your URLs can make your articles appear outdated, even if the content is still relevant.
A publication date that is more than a few years old may hinder clicks in search results. You may want to hide the post date on public-facing areas of your site or for other reasons. Also, sometimes many blogs have posts that are not time or date-oriented.
In such a scenario, removing or hiding the post date is very important. You can remove the date from your post either from the WordPress dashboard, using custom CSS, using a theme editor, or with the help of a plugin. These methods can help to make your older posts look new.
So, in this post, we’ll show you all the methods to remove the date from WordPress posts. But before we begin, let us first understand why dates appear in WordPress URLs.
So you went to browse a page on your WordPress site and received an “ERR TOO MANY REDIRECTS” error instead of the page loading normally. What exactly does this imply? This message appears if your site gets stuck in a redirect loop.
It’s fine if you’re bewildered here. This message frequently has no other information and can appear ominous. Rest assured that the problem can be resolved in a few simple steps.
A redirect loop occurs when a URL gets redirected to another URL, which redirects back to the original URL, resulting in an endless loop of redirects. In simple words, a redirect loop can be defined as a closed chain of redirects.
This post will walk you through redirect loops and why they occur. We will also cover different steps you can take to resolve it and get your site back up and running.
So without further ado, let’s get started.
The majority of people think of links as a way to connect two different websites. You can use hyperlinks to connect two of your blog articles or to a landing page, product page, or even a tweet to your website.
But hyperlinks are capable of much more. You may also use hyperlinks to link to content on the same page with a little editing. These are known as jump links.
So, remember that very exhaustive glossary you compiled of industry terms your audience should be familiar with? When you refer to something you said elsewhere in that article, you can actually link to it, making it easier for your viewers to figure out what you’re talking about.
The WordPress comments section is a great place to interact with your readers as they can leave feedback, ask questions, express their opinions, and respond to other comments. This can boost the overall quality of your site and turn it into a hub for industry debate. Not only this, but comments also turn a monologue into a conversation and foster community. Furthermore, because search engines index comments, they can provide a tiny SEO boost.
A post without comments appears incomplete, and most websites welcome comments with open arms. However, when the comments are disabled on a post, you’ll see a ‘Comments are closed’ notice on your WordPress posts.
Have you ever tried to restore an outdated plugin or theme on your WordPress website only to be greeted with an error message, Destination folder already exists? Well, you’re not the only one to encounter this error.
Many WordPress users, especially bloggers who install and work with many plugins and themes, are bound to come across this error. The “Destination folder already exists” error can be annoying since it prevents you from installing the plugin you desire and can halt the growth of your website.
Nothing is more frustrating than having your workflow interrupted by a vague error message. But thankfully, you can easily fix the error by either using the replace current with uploaded button from your WordPress dashboard or deleting the folder by using FTP or cPanel.
In this article, we’ll examine why this error occurs and how to troubleshoot it. So without further ado, let’s get started.