How to password protect a page on WordPress?

It’s password or bust. This is what the visitor of your WordPress site will experience when he lands on a password-protected page. In short: if he enters a password, he will be able to access your content. However, no password, no chocolate (well, no content). Yes, it’s not nice, but that’s how it is… Are…

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On-page SEO: a guide to 16 techniques for optimizing WordPress

Like WordPress, SEO has its own technical jargon. In the course of articles or videos, you may have read or heard the following terms: backlinks, crawl, long tail, black hat, etc. Even this intimidating expression: cannibalism. And no, I reassure you: Google does not eat the arms or legs of SEO enemies. Phew, no risk…

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How to delete a WordPress theme (3 detailed methods)

Too ugly. Too old. Too few options. Too infrequently updated. In short, too tired of it. Too many different reasons can make you want to delete a WordPress theme. This theme that had seemed attractive to you for a while. This theme that you can’t look in the eye anymore, as you look at it…

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Yoast SEO: how to set up the best SEO plugin for WordPress

With more than 350 million downloads at the time of writing, Yoast SEO is one of the 10 most downloaded plugins of all time. Officially, it’s installed on 5M+ websites in order to optimize their SEO (Search Engine Optimization). Put another way, this plugin is just a must-have, which leads to a question: can you…

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Limit login attempts on WordPress: how to do it? [Tutorial]

By default, the WordPress administration login page lacks charm. It’s cold, impersonal, and rather austere. Yet it has no shortage of flatterers eager to coax it into opening the doors to your admin interface. Open Sesame. On a daily basis, without you even realizing it, it’s under attack from malicious robots and/or people with bad…

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Loco Translate: How to translate your themes and plugins

Yippee! You’ve finally found the theme of your dreams. To celebrate, you activate the theme on your French website, then start browsing it. But then, you’re in shock. A good old-fashioned “Leave a comment ” appears in the comments area. From there, a nice “Search” appears in the search bar. What ? Seriously? English on…

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How to change the prefix of WordPress tables

By default, WordPress is highly logical. When you install it, it assigns the prefix _wp to all the tables in your database. WP as in… WordPress, yes. I mean, it wasn’t going to make the prefix _wix or _shopify. Can you imagine? No, we can’t imagine that at all… Let’s get serious. The problem with…

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TablePress: create tables in WordPress [TUTORIAL]

Sometimes, managing a WordPress site can be a breeze compared to static HTML and other prehistoric content managers. Common tasks are so easy to implement that you tend to welcome requests for improvement with a smile. There are, however, certain types of requests that never fail to give many site designers an immediate rash: any…

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WordPress Breadcrumbs: How to add it on your site?

When we browse a website, sometimes we feel like Hansel and Gretel in the woods: completely lost. We arrive on a page from a search engine or a social network and it’s impossible to understand where we are in the site. Fortunately, just like the breadcrumbs in the story, there is a way for the…

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Smush: test and opinion on this WordPress plugin to optimize your images

A beautiful photo often makes a lasting impression. On an ecommerce site, for example, it’s an essential element for presenting your product, making it look appealing, and encouraging a purchase. However, a beautiful photo can also be a false friend. The heavier they are, the more likely images are to slow down the loading speed…

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