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How to Embed Tweets in WordPress — In-depth Guide

Using Twitter embeds lets you credit the original source of a quote or comment on WordPress rather than inserting a blockquote. It helps to give your content more credibility by crediting the original source.  A major advantage of embedding the tweet is that you can embed replies to an original post to show the full …

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4 Great Ways to Reorder Posts in WordPress

By default, the blog page on WordPress uses reverse-chronological order to show your newest content first. What happens when you do not want that? Surprisingly, it does not take long to learn how to reorder posts in WordPress. One line of PHP code pasted into your theme’s functions.php file switches the order posts are displayed. …

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How to Insert a Video into WordPress — The Complete Guide

Videos are terrific for boosting engagement and sticking people to your website for longer. Hosting them though is a whole different ball game. Learning how to insert a video into WordPress also means deciding how you will play the video. Use your server to load the WordPress video player (HTML5), or one from a third-party …

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How to Upload an HTML File to WordPress — Full Guide

HTML stands for HyperText Markup Language. It is this markup language that forms the backbone of every website. The HTML pages are text only, but you can include images by linking to items in your media library using the HTML tag <img>. All HTML does is mark your text up in a format that browsers …

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4 Ways to Easily Change the WordPress Upload Limit

Oh, the horror: “The uploaded file exceeds the upload_max_filesize directive in PHP”. This error means that your server upload limit needs to be increased.  The WordPress upload limit can be set to a different value though.  For admin users, the file size error indicates the change needs to be done in the PHP.ini file. Administrators …

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