Category: Core

How WordPress works?

WordPress is an open-source content management system (CMS). Open-source means WordPress can be freely downloaded and modified. Content Management System means WordPress is a system to create and manage your webpage content....

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Who visited my WordPress site?

There are two popular ways to see information about your website visitors. 1. The first is Google Analytics. (view the Getting Started guide) Google Analytics allows you to see the following information about your website...

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How often should i update WordPress?

How often to update WordPress plugins, themes, and core software? You should update WordPress core, themes, and plugins as soon as updates are released. How often WordPress updates? WordPress checks for updates every 12 hours...

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How often does WordPress check for updates?

WordPress.org self-hosted websites check for updates every 12 hours. There is also a dedicated page for updates which can be reached from the dashboard menu (Dashboard > Updates). It’s helpful when you want to do bulk updates...

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Can WordPress be billed monthly?

If you’d like to use WordPress.com and you’d like to know if you can be billed monthly, the short answer is no, you have to be billed upfront for 12 months. The only way to be billed monthly for using WordPress is to...

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Can WordPress be used offline?

Yes, WordPress can be used offline, provided you install a local web server on your computer. Here are my recommendations for a local web server: For Mac; AMPPS For Windows, WampServer Note; if you have an online WordPress...

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Will WordPress host my website?

As you may know, WordPress comes in two versions: WordPress.com & WordPress.org. Related: How much does WordPress cost? If you’re interested in hosting your site with WordPress.com, which allows you to easily forget...

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Where is the WordPress .htaccess file?

Related: Where is WordPress installed? Chances are if you’re reading this you’re using the self-hosted version of WordPress(.org) rather than the WordPress.com version. If so, and you need access to the WordPress...

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Where is WordPress installed?

Chances are if you’re reading this you’re using the self-hosted version of WordPress(.org) rather than the WordPress.com version. WordPress typically lives inside the /public_html/ folder. Some websites store the...

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Who owns your WordPress content?

WordPress’s Legal and Policy Manager at Automattic (2013-present) Jenny Zhu, clears up the concern you have about if you own your content that you publish on your WordPress.com or self-hosted WordPress.org blog: “You...

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