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How to Make Columns in WordPress Without a Plugin

WordPress’ default block editor has revolutionized what users can do functionality-wise, without any external help from plugins — especially with the recent WordPress 5.5. Making columns is one of those capabilities. To insert columns in your WordPress site without a plugin, in essence, you would need to leverage the default Gutenberg block editor. Obviously, there

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How Much Space Does Windows 10 Take on an SSD

In a Windows 10 Home edition (version 2004), for a 64-bit operating system, you’ll need at least 22.8 GB of SSD space for pure core system files. These said system files are critical, or in other words, the Windows 10 operating system won’t work without them. But that’s only what you’ll need to install, which

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How to Delete a Page in WordPress

Deleting pages in WordPress is a breeze. Usually, there are two methods of deleting pages. Method 1 focuses on removing a single page. Method 2, focuses on eliminating multiple pages. Honestly, both actions are taken from the same place inside your WP dashboard; it’s just you have to select more than 1 to delete multiple

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How to Print Double Sided on Windows 10

Note: Please assume duplex printing = double side printing, for all intents & purposes of this post. With the entire world going more digital, the need for printing has indeed reduced; albeit, not entirely eliminated. And despite the fact that it may not excite you much when it comes to sustainability & Eco-friendliness, it doesn’t

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How to Edit robots.txt in WordPress

A robots.txt file is always supposed to live at the root of your site. So for example, the robots.txt for Feed The Curiosity can be found at https://feedthecuriosity.com/robots.txt. This file plays a special role in instructing search engine bots on what to crawl and what not to. A good rule of thumb is to remember

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How to Change Link Color in WordPress

Changing hyperlink/link text colors in WordPress can be achieved via two methods. The first is a global level CSS setting that gives more functionality for tweaking specific link states, such as hover, and clicked/visited. The second provides the ability to override existing global settings, but will only be limited to tweaking link text color —

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How to Forget a Network in Windows 10

Either for diagnostic reasons, or it’s an old Wi-Fi name/SSID that you don’t need anymore, there will come a time when you’d want to forget a Wi-Fi network from your Windows device. Whatever the case may be, there are two methods to achieve this goal. Although, one of them will only work for a W-Fi

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How to Add Cloudflare to GoDaddy Managed WordPress

Adding Cloudflare proxy, CDN, and its other features to your managed GoDaddy WordPress plan isn’t hard at all. I’ve personally benefited from it a ton, and I am sure you will too! Prerequisites/Things You’d Need (in Order Of) A GoDaddy Managed WordPress Plan with a domain name that’s live. For example, feedthecuriosity.com. Then, you’d need

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How Do I Stop Word From Opening on Windows 10 Startup

While convenient for some, and annoying for others, for better or worse, you can end up with a few applications that open during your Windows 10 startup. From the many choices available, a likely candidate is Microsoft Word. Personally, I find this feature to be notorious because I’d like to take control of the fact

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How to Upload Google Search Console HTML File for a WordPress Site

Google Search Console is paramount to any SEO who’s serious about organic growth and performance. And to that end, most WordPress users are either likely wanting to integrate Search Console Data via some plugin, or are looking to somehow get easy access to it via some setting in their WP dashboard. However, the first step

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A Comprehensive Guide to Windows 10 Taskbar Settings

A taskbar in Windows/Windows 10 is a utility tool that usually resides at the bottom — occupying the full horizontal space of your screen. This is where your start menu, search/Cortana, pinned apps, notifications, Wi-Fi connection icon, time, etc., are displayed. Simply put, a taskbar is akin to a top-most bar (with URL, extensions, etc.)

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