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WordPress SEO Guides for Beginners

Improving your WordPress SEO is crucial for getting more traffic to your website. Sadly most WordPress SEO guides are too technical for new users to get started. In this guide, we will share the top WordPress SEO tips to help you improve your WordPress SEO and get more organic traffic.

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How to add a navigation menu in WordPress

Navigation menus are a vital part of every website. Imagine them as an interactive map of a blog. They allow displaying the entire site’s structure and, at the same time, menus help visitors to navigate through different sections and pages more comfortably.

Today, it is hard to find a blog without a navigation menu. Whether you’ve stumbled upon a news portal with thousands of posts and numerous categories, food, fashion or a simple one-pager blog, a menu will probably be visible on top, very close to the header.

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How to Add a Copyright Notice in WordPress

?Almost every website that you find on the Internet will have a copyright notice which gives basic information about the site. Even though the law has changed and placing a copyright symbol won’t actually protect your work, there is an unwritten rule for web designers to put a notice in the footer of the website they have created.

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How to Customize your WordPress Dashboard

The purpose of the WordPress dashboard page is to give you a brief overview of your site so you can see what has happened since your last visit to the admin area. The dashboard can contain information such as a status of your posts, it can show you new comments or even show you all kind of statistics. 

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What Are WordPress Permalinks?

At a basic level, permalinks in WordPress control the structure of the URLs for the posts and pages that you publish. For example, our permalink structure is the reason the URL of this post looks like https://some-site.com/some-post, rather than something else.

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How To Add SVG To Wordpress

WordPress supports multiple image formats out of the box, including .jpg, .jpeg, .png, and .gif. However, it doesn’t enable you to use Scalable Vector Graphics (SVGs), which is one of the most flexible image types out there. Fortunately, learning how to add SVG to WordPress is quite simple.

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