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How to Create a WordPress Staging Environment

A staging environment consists in an exact replica of your website, that is not public, and thus it will NOT be visible to your users - It will only be available offline, for your own use.  The main purpose of having a staging website is that you can make changes to your entire website, before actually […]

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Adding Schema Data to your Content

Schema data allows you, as a publisher, to make your content so that search engines have a great understanding about what it is.Sometimes, this will modify what is displayed in the search engines and can help achieve a higher click through rate.  For example, if you write a review piece of content and add the […]

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How to set Featured Images

You can set Featured Images for your posts as well as pages at an individual level and at a global level for your blogs.Setting Featured Images on Individual Posts or PagesOpen the standard WordPress editor of the post or page where you want to display your image and click on the "Featured image" section from […]

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How to resolve WordPress 404 error after permalink change

It can happen that after you change the permalink of a page/post, instead of being redirected to the new page, you are redirected to a non-existing one, getting a “404 Not Found” error. The reason why this issue appears can be that you don’t have writing access/permission for the .htaccess file.Thus, even if you create […]

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How to turn on/off comments on individual posts / pages in WordPress

Ordinarily it exists a general setting for the comments on your WordPress site. They are or OFF or ON. You can subscribe these settings for invidiual posts and pages. How to turn on/off comments on individual posts Go to WordPress control panel >> Posts >> All posts >> Edit the post you want to configure […]

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How to create a full width page in WordPress?

It may happen that sometimes you need a page with a full width content, without the sidebar. This can be easily set from the WordPress editor.  Important! This method to create a full width page will only be available, if you are using one of the themes from Thrive Themes on the respective page. Here […]

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How To Create Navigation Menu Structure in WordPress

This is not a Thrive Themes specific feature - instead this is a tutorial about how you can use the WordPress core menu functionality to add menus to your site.You can navigate to the menus page by going to "Appearance" -> "Menus" in your WordPress dashboard:- What is a Menu?A menu is a navigation component […]

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How to Embed Wistia Video into a Thrive Theme

Follow this video to learn how to add a Wistia video into your content in any Thrive Theme:-

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How to Deactivate Comments on Specific Posts or Pages

By default, WordPress shows a comments field on all posts, but not on any pages. You can get more detailed control over exactly where comments are shown and where they aren’t. To be able to deactivate comments on specific posts or pages, first make sure that comments are enabled in the global settings. For post […]

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How to Set a Separate Homepage and Blog Page

By default, WordPress displays a list of your latest blog posts on your site’s homepage (the root URL of your site). In most cases, this really isn’t ideal and it’s much better to have a dedicated landing page as a homepage, and place your blog on a sub-page. Luckily, there’s an easy way to do […]

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