Category : WordPress

Caching is the process of saving some of the information in your browser when you visit a website. That’s why a website often loads more quickly after you’ve already visited it. Here we’ll discuss how to clear two types of caching: Your browser caching and your back-end caching if your site is built on the ..

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To log into your new WordPress site, go to www.yourdomain.com/wp-admin. “wp-admin” (or WordPress Admin) is the administrator portal for your website. RedTree should have sent you a username and password to log in with. Once logged in, you’ll see the Dashboard. This area can be customized to display different high-level information about your site. On ..

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After you purchased or requested a SSL Certificate we need to configure the WordPress install to account for the new URL. Update Settings URL Resolve Mixed Content Warnings Install and Activate Really Simple SSL plugin You’ll see a button that says “Go ahead, activate SSL!” – Click this. Now click through each site page, as ..

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Place your cursor in the post where you would like to place your image. Click on the Add Media button. At this time you can Upload Files into the Media Library (make sure the image you want has a checkmark on it) and click on the blue Insert into post button. Or click on Media ..

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Login to the back end of the website site. NOTE: If you do not have your Username/Password hit Forgot Password 2. On the left-hand side click on Posts and click on Add New. 3. Type in the title of your post. 4. Add the content of your post here. 5. Your post is automatically saved periodically but ..

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