Like most WordPress users, you’ve probably noticed that your dashboard has begun to take on a life of its own. Over time, it’s become a dumping ground for all sorts of widgets and other plugin add-ons that don’t necessarily belong there.
You might have tried to remove widgets from the dashboard, only to find that they have been recreated elsewhere on the site. Often, disabling unwanted widgets requires hunting down and finding a way to disable them from within WordPress.
You can either disable unwanted widgets from your WordPress dashboard or use a code snippet.
In this post, we’ll show you how to remove widgets from the dashboard in WordPress for a clutter-free widget experience.
When building your website, one of the most important things to consider is how to communicate with your visitors. There may be situations where you’d want to provide your email address information on the site so the site visitor can contact you.
You can accomplish this by creating email links in WordPress or with the help of HTML code.
In this post, we’ll show you how to create email links in WordPress and provide examples of what your links could look like.
Are you looking to add featured posts in WordPress?
If your website has a lot of posts, you may have encountered an issue where people find it difficult to locate the most crucial information. This reduces user experience and negatively affects traffic to certain pages.
The answer might be to provide a featured posts section to your WordPress site. This feature makes it simple for users to identify your most important content by displaying a list of it in a special section or widget. It can highlight significant blog posts, significant news items, or any other information you choose.
You can add featured posts in WordPress with the help of a plugin, add them to the sidebar using menus, or add a list widget to the WordPress sidebar.
In this post, we’ll explain featured posts and why you should add them to your site. Further, we’ll also show various methods to add featured posts in WordPress. So without further ado, let’s get started.
Are you looking to install Google Tag Manager in your WordPress site?
Google Tag Manager is a fantastic tool you may use if you want to connect multiple statistics and marketing services on your WordPress website. Also, you can effortlessly add and modify various tracking codes on your website.
However, Google Tag Manager has a steep learning curve. It would take some time to become proficient with the tool. But you need not worry. You can install Google Tag Manager on a WordPress website in two ways – manually or using a plugin.
In this post, we’ll show you both the ways to install Google Tag Manager, which makes setting up complex tracking easy on your WordPress site. So without further ado, let’s get started.
Do you want to keep any previous content in an archive rather than delete it? Are you looking to archive WordPress posts?
Your previous content may occasionally seem out of place as websites get older and your content changes. This is partly because quality control on your website has improved over time, search engine rankings have changed, SEO has evolved, and all these things directly impact how content is produced.
Obviously, content does not become unreadable simply because it has aged. You need to archive the posts, so that they’re not lost in the shuffle of new content.
Rolling your own solution to archive WordPress posts is cumbersome and the simplest solution is archiving them with the help of WordPress plugins. Sounds easy right?
So without further ado, let’s dive in and see how to archive WordPress posts/pages without deleting them.