How To Add 301 Redirects In WordPress And Avoid 404 Errors

If you have ever changed a URL on your website, or your permalink structure without adding redirects you could have a serious problem on your hands.

But why is this a problem?

Changing URL’s without adding redirects causes problems with search engines like Google, it stops them from indexing your content and can impact your rankings.

It’s also a huge problem for users – if they find a broken link then that’s a lost opportunity for you and it’s frustrating for them, they may never return.

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9 Reasons Your WordPress Site Has Slow Response Time

How fast your website loads can have a direct effect on whether you turn visitors into new customers and fans. When your site is delivered to visitors fast, you’ll give everybody the chance to engage with your content. Plus, page loading speed and server response time are significant factors in how Google ranks your website.

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Use Rsync for Daily, Weekly and Full Monthly Backups

Today, we will be using rsync to make daily, weekly, incremental backups and then a full compressed/archived backup once a month. We will then use cron to automate the process. Lets face it us humans get lazy sometimes and most backup systems loose complete effectiveness if they are not completely automated.

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How to Add Code to WordPress Header and Footer

Struggling with the way to add code to the WordPress header or footer? Several tools and trailing scripts need you to feature code snippets to your WordPress site’s header or footer. But, by default, WordPress doesn’t build it terribly accessible to edit those files. during this entry, we’ll show you the way to feature code to the WordPress header or footer each by employing a WordPress plugin or manually adding the code to your functions.php file. for many users, the plugin technique is that the suggested technique. however intermediate-advanced WordPress users could like mistreatment the manual code technique, instead.

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CSS3 – Sticky Header on Scroll Example

In this tutorial I’ve setup an example of how to add an animated sticky header to a website using almost pure CSS with just a touch of javascript.

The header becomes ‘sticky’ when the top header bar is scrolled out of view, in the demo this is 40px but can be changed using the LESS variables at the top of the /content/site.less file.

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How to Install WordPress: Complete Beginner’s Guide

Welcome to WordPress. This is your first post. Edit or delete it, then start writing!

Trying to figure out how to install WordPress? There are a few different methods you can use, each of which I’ll give an in-depth guide for.

First of all, why are there different methods for installing WordPress in the first place? The answer is simple… Because of WordPress’ popularity, there are a number of helper tools that make it easier to install the platform on different servers and hosts. As a result, there’s not simply one choice for how to install WordPress but multiple alternative ones.

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