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Autosave

WordPress automatically saves your posts and pages as you write them, just in case you lose connection as you work.

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Author

In WordPress, both pages and posts have ‘authors’. These are the people that have access to your site. Not all…

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Attachment

Similar to attachments in email, a WordPress attachment refers to an image or file that is uploaded to a post…

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Anchor text

This is the text that’s hyperlinked. This anchor text is very important for search engine optimisation.

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Anchor

This is the term used to describe a link to another page. An anchor can link to an internal or…

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Advanced Custom Fields

An awesome WordPress plugin that we use on all the sites we design and build. This plugin is a favourite of many WordPress…

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Absolute Path

The path (URL) to a page or file. http://www.yourdomain.com/your-file-name.jpg is an absolute path whereas /your-file-name.jpg is a relative path.

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Administration Screens

CMS pages and sections where you administer parts of your website. WordPress separates out the content into Posts, Pages, Menus…

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Administrator

This is the highest WordPress user role. Administrators have access to every section of your CMS – from pages and…

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Admin Bar

The black bar that sits at the top of your WordPress site when you’re logged in. This bar contains links…

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Admin Area

This is the section of your website where you administer your post and page content. It’s often referred to as ‘wp-admin’…

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A record

An A record is one of the most basic DNS records. This takes your domain (yoursite.com) or subdomain (www.yoursite.com) and…

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