WordPress version 5.8 was released on the 20th of July which made a change for the block editor to be used as the default editor when working with widgets
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Understand the impact of the WordPress 5.8 block-based widgets on the Genesis Framework.
Don’t need all widgets to be displayed on all pages on your website? Learn how to show or hide widgets on specific pages in a couple of steps.
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I’m sure you agree with me: finding the best Instagram plugin for WordPress can be quite a hassle. Right?I heard you all, yelling “damn right!” I knew it! Well, the[…]
When you log in to a new WordPress site, you will see a dashboard full of widgets. This guide shows you how to disable those widgets.
These Instagram feed plugins for WordPress allow you to import Instagram posts from any account to your web page. Let’s see!
Do you want to add a blogroll on your WordPress site?Blogroll is a list of links to other blogs that you own, or blogs that you admire, follow, or even[…]
Looking for a way to help your visitors to the content they want? Here’s our how-to on displaying most popular tags in WordPress.
Do some next-level modification of your website by creating a WordPress custom widget. Our tutorial will take you step-by-step through the process.
Would you like to add buzz to your website and keep the content fresh at all times? These WordPress Twitter widgets and plugins have got you covered
Want to create a unique browsing experience for your users? Here’s how to do it by adding a different sidebar to every page or post on your WordPress site.