Why Add or Remove User Role Capabilities in WordPress

Written on September 29, 2021 in Tips

Why Add or Remove User Role Capabilities in WordPress   WordPress comes with a built-in user management system and some predefined user roles and permissions. As an Administrator, you have the ability to perform any action on your WordPress website. For instance, you can add or remove new users, install plugins and themes, delete content,…

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Securely Managing User Accounts in WordPress

Written on September 29, 2021 in Tips

Securely Managing User Accounts in WordPress   Customizing WordPress user roles and permissions allows you to control user access to the admin area of your WordPress website.   1. Enforce Strong Passwords   2. Enforce Two-Step Authentication   2. Enforce Two-Step Authentication

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Adding A New User Role with Custom Permissions

Written on September 29, 2021 in Tips

Adding A New User Role with Custom Permissions Simply go to Members » Add New Role page. First, you need to provide a title for the custom user role. After that, you can switch to the section where you want to grant the user the capabilities. For instance, we have a section called Movies for our custom…

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How to Add or Remove Capabilities to User Roles in WordPress

Written on September 29, 2021 in Tips

How to Add or Remove Capabilities to User Roles in WordPress     you need to visit the Members » Roles page and click on the Edit link below the user role that you want to modify. This will open the user role editor where you will see different sections in the left column and available capabilities…

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Ready to build a WordPress theme?

Written on September 29, 2021 in Tips

Ready to build a WordPress theme?   Doing things in the right order will save you a lot of time, especially when you’re new at it. Here’s the process I use.   1. Plan and wireframe your theme. 2. Create your theme file.   3. Set up the standard WordPress functions and features you want…

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What skills and knowledge do you need to build WordPress themes?

Written on September 29, 2021 in Life

What skills and knowledge do you need to build WordPress themes?   It depends, because building a theme for a basic blog site is different from building an eCommerce theme. However, no matter what kind of WordPress theme you want to make, it helps to know some PHP because you pretty much can’t build without it. You’ll also…

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WordPress Comment Moderation Shortcuts

Written on September 29, 2021 in Tips

WordPress Comment Moderation Shortcuts Approve comment: A Delete comment: D Mark comment as spam: S Restore a comment: Z Unapprove a comment: U Reply to comment: R Turn on quick edit on a comment: Q       Bulk Comment Moderation Shortcuts Approve comments: Shift + A Delete comments: Shift + D Mark as spam: Shift + S Unapprove comments: Shift + U Move comments to…

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Changing Your Heading and Aligning Your Text Shortcut

Written on September 29, 2021 in Tips

Changing Your Heading and Aligning Your Text Shortcut   Heading 1: Control + 1 (PC) or Command + 1 (Mac) Heading 2: Control + 2 (PC) or Command + 2 (Mac) Heading 3: Control + 3 (PC) or Command + 3 (Mac) Heading 4: Control + 4 (PC) or Command + 4 (Mac) Heading 5: Control + 5 (PC) or…

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Gutenberg Formatting Keyboard Shortcuts for WordPress

Written on September 29, 2021 in Tips

Gutenberg Formatting Keyboard Shortcuts for WordPress Make text bold: Control + B (PC) or Command + B (Mac) Make text italic: Control + I (PC) or Command + I (Mac) Underline text: Control + U (PC) or Command + U (Mac)  Hyperlink text: Control + K (PC) or Command + K (Mac) Copy: Control + C (PC) or Command + C (Mac)…

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WordPress Gutenberg Editor Keyboard Shortcuts

Written on September 29, 2021 in Life

WordPress Gutenberg Editor Keyboard Shortcuts See all the keyboard shortcuts: Shift + Alt + H (PC) or Control + Option + H (Mac) Add a new content block: Enter + / Switch between the visual editor and the code editor: Control + Shift + Alt + M (PC) or Command + Shift + Option + M (Mac) Open the list view: Control…

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