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Fixing Broken Links on a WordPress Website

broken chain

While maintaining a WordPress website, one of the things to regularly check is whether your site has any broken links. Broken links are not only a bad experience for the visitors but they can also have a negative impact on your site’s SEO. Luckily, there are a few tools you can use to quickly check […]

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Fourth WordPress Workshop – Novi Sad

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During the fourth WordPress workshop in Novi Sad, we went through the basics of HTML and CSS, we covered the best practices for adding custom CSS to a WordPress site, we went through some of the options of the element Inspector in browsers, and we also manually created a child theme. After the workshop, I […]

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Third WordPress Workshop – Novi Sad

Migration

On November 2nd, I held another workshop in Novi Sad. This is part three of the entire WordPress Workshops series in Novi Sad. Migrating a WordPress site During the workshop, we went through creating a WordPress website manually by using MAMP or WAMP and then migrating the entire site to a hosting provider. After the […]

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Second WordPress Workshop – Novi Sad

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During the 2nd WordPress Workshop in Novi Sad (here’s the link to the first one #), the attendees worked on completing the remaining tasks I prepared for mastering WordPress.com site creation. The videos of the solutions can be found here. Installing WordPress on a Local Machine We also dipped our toes into installing the WordPress.org […]

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First WordPress Workshop – Novi Sad

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On Saturday, we had our first WordPress workshop in the Startit Center of Novi Sad. The workshops were conducted in 3 groups of ~30 people and each group had a dedicated time slot of 2 hours. We managed to cover several topics: The Beginning of WordPress I shared the story of WordPress beginnings, B2/cafelog, and […]

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