Month: February 2021

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WordPress Revisions: How to Use and Optimize Them on Your Website

Whenever you save a draft or update an already published WordPress page or post, the Content Management System (CMS) automatically creates a revision. When enabled, this feature can prevent you from losing important work. Unfortunately, over time, WordPress revisions can take up unnecessary storage space and end up hurting your site’s performance. Try a free

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How to Install PHP on Any Server (Linux, macOS, Windows)

Setting up a server can be a daunting task, especially when installing languages like PHP. If you want to get a WordPress test server up and running, it’s a necessary skill to learn. Try a free demo Got no idea where to start to get PHP on your server? Depending on your unique setup, there

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Divi vs Elementor: WordPress Page Builder Plugins Comparison (2021)

Trying to decide between Divi vs Elementor to build your WordPress website? Try a free demo Divi and Elementor are two of the top drag-and-drop WordPress page builders. Both let you build a 100% custom website without needing any technical knowledge. Apart from helping you build pages, they also support theme building and advanced dynamic content

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How to Use MailHog to Test Emails Locally (Step-by-Step Guide)

Testing emails in a local development environment can be challenging. It’s a real pain to know whether your website’s or web app’s outgoing emails are actually reaching the recipient’s inbox. Enter, MailHog! Try a free demo MailHog is an email testing tool that makes it super easy to install and configure a local email server.

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WordPress SEO: 58 Tips to Grow Organic Traffic by More Than 123% in 12 Months

Just because Search Engine Optimization (SEO) has changed drastically over the past decade, it doesn’t mean it’s dead. Actually, the more WordPress grows its market share, the more people look for ways to improve their WordPress SEO. Try a free demo Businesses now have to take new and unique approaches to win the never-ending race

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What Is PaaS? How Platform as a Service is Different from IaaS and SaaS

PaaS (Platform as a Service) combines servers, storage, and network infrastructure with the software you need to deploy apps. With PaaS, you don’t need to invest in on-premise hardware or worry about setting up a virtual environment to handle your apps. Try a free demo Almost 85% of organizations were expected to have most of

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