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How To Find Your Page and Post ID in WordPress

WordPress assigns ID numbers to every page and post, even comments, categories, and more. Part of the reason is quite rudimentary that has to do with storing and fetching information in & from the databases. Knowing ID numbers can also help you tweak things from a coding perspective, and for some intents & purposes, even

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What Are Widgets in WordPress?

In WordPress, Widgets are special elements, be it links, content, etc., that you can apply/add sitewide or perhaps, by site section. What I mean by sitewide is the presence of that element everywhere (all pages), or based on logic, different site sections. A simple example can be a footer link to a contact us page

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How to Change Headings and Paragraphs Font Sizes in WordPress

To change font sizes for WordPress headings & paragraphs — in its posts & pages — without any plugins, there are two methods you can employ. The first involves digging into the individual posts or pages and making adjustments to the desired block (heading or paragraph). However, if you’re constantly finding yourself doing so every

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How to Add Google Analytics to WordPress (Without a Plugin)

To add Google Analytics to WordPress, without a plugin, you’d need to access two different areas — based on how things are typically implemented. The first, is the tracking code inside Google Analytics. The second, is the header.php within WP. Let’s tackle both one by one. Step by Step Instructions for Accessing the Google Analytics

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How to Tell if a Site Is Using WordPress

To be able to tell if a site is using WordPress, there are a couple of different methods you can employ. In this post, I will discuss 3 such common methods. My advice would be to use all to confirm. Method 1: Go to The Site’s Page Source (Screenshot for Visual Reference to Follow After

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