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Post Status

Post Status When you add a post to WordPress, you don’t have to publish it straight away. Its status can…

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Post Slug

Post Slug This is the part of the URL that follows the last slash (/) in your domain name –…

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Post Types

Post Types These are the different types of content that WordPress can hold. They include post, page, attachment and revision…

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Post Formats

Post Formats Just like pages have templates, a post can also be set to display certain types of content such as…

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Plugin Editor

Plugin Editor The plugin editor is an admin section that allows you to edit the source code of plugins. Its…

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Plugins

Plugins Plugins are third-party ‘apps’ that extend the functionality of your WordPress site. They should be used sparingly, as each…

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Pingback

Pingback This is a function built into WordPress where your install tries to alert you about links from other WordPress…

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PHP

PHP This is the script language used on your WordPress site. PHP is also open source.

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Permalinks

Permalinks Permalinks are fundamental to WordPress. Your permalink structure is how the URLs of your site are organised. These need…

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Performance

Performance We talk about performance, or more accurately site performance a lot. Going to all the hassle and expense of…

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Parent Theme

Parent Theme See child themes.

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Page

Page This is a page on your WordPress site. Pages are usually used for top-level content such as ‘who we…

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