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Adding Images with Divi

Divi's image module makes it very easy to add images to your WordPress website. 1 . To add an image to your web page click "insert module" and select "Image" or click the 3 lines icon on an existing Image module. 2. Click "Upload and image" 3.  Upload the image using the standard WordPress interface then click "Set as image"  4.  Click "Save ...

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Removing Plugins

Its good practice to remove any plugins (or themes) that you are no longer using, not only does it help secure your site, removing unnecessary bulk can help speed things up. 1. Here you can see a plugin that needs updating, but is not being used.  If you are not planning on using it, you should remove it. It can always be reinstalled later. To delete the plugin ...

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Updating WordPress

It's really important to make sure you keep WordPress its themes and its plugins up to date, not doing so can result in downtime or even your website being hacked. Updating your site is quick and easy however I would always recommend you back up your site first... Just in case. 1. WordPress will tell you if an update is available by displaying a red dot containing ...

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10 Favourite Free WordPress Plugins

Here you will find 10 plugins I use frequently when building sites for clients, or when delivering training. Updraft Plus https://wordpress.org/plugins/updraftplus/ WordPress SEO by Yoast https://wordpress.org/plugins/wordpress-seo/ Akismet https://wordpress.org/plugins/akismet/ W3 Total Cache https://wordpress.org/plugins/w3-total-cache/ ...

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GDPR Cookie Consent

Since GDPR came into force a few weeks ago I've noticed a lot of sites are using the GDPR Cookie Consent plugin, which appears at the bottom of this site as well as many others. By default the free version of the plugin does not offer any the ability to customise the colours in anyway, for that you need the premium version which offers some additional functionalit...

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Running WordPress locally with Flywheel

I've been asked on a number of occasions about how people can run WordPress on their local machine, this is handy if you want to develop a site offline or just want to try it out. Normally I'd suggest using MAMP but to be honest if your new to web design and development that can be a little difficult to get your head around. Recently I discovered Local by Flywhe...

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