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WordPress SEO with SEO by Yoast

One of the most popular Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) plugins for WordPress is Yoast SEO. This plug in makes it easy to set meta data for any given page or post along with a handy traffic light system to guide you through optimising your content. Yoast SEO First...

The uploaded file exceeds the upload_max_filesize directive

Sometimes when trying to upload an image to your WordPress media library you will get an error that says “The uploaded file exceeds the upload_max_filesize directive in php.ini”, What this means in real terms is that the file is too big for your site....

Cropping Photos

There are times when you need an image for your website to be a particular size or aspect ratio, for example you might need a long thin image for your header or to use a small section of an image for a product or portrait photo. In this blog post I’m going to...

Adding WordPress users

By creating individual user accounts for each person who you wish to be able to update you’re website you are able to control what they are able to edit. For example while you have full access to your site, you may want your staff the be able to update content,...

Adding Posts

1.  From the dashboard select “Posts” then “Add New”. 2. Give your post a title and some content 3. Assign your post to a category 4.  Add tags to your post to indicate its relevant keywords. 5. Click the [Publish] button to make your...

Adding Pages

1 . From the dashboard select “Pages” then add new. 2. Give you page a title and some content then click the [Publish] button. 3. Once the page is live the [Publish] button will change to [Update] allowing you to save further changes.

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