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By default, there is no way to replace images or any other media files directly from the Media Files in WordPress. If you decide to change an image in a WordPress post, you will first delete the image and then re-upload the new image. But since the new image will have a new URL, you will have to ...READ MORE +
Website owners disable their WordPress site for a number of reasons. Often, they cannot find the time to manage the website and choose to unpublish it for the time being. This way, they don't lose their data and can recover their site in the future quickly. Or perhaps you have a site that is ...READ MORE +
In today's tutorial, we will show you some quick tips to help you get out of the WordPress maintenance mode if your website gets stuck in it. Regular updating WordPress core files, plugins, and themes are essential to speeding up your website's performance. And in most cases, the WordPress ...READ MORE +
Is the WordPress post updating process giving you a hard time? If yes, then you must be getting the "Updating Failed" or" Publishing Failed" error prompts every time you try to edit a post or publish a new one. Thankfully, WordPress is generally a smooth running platform. It doesn't ...READ MORE +
WordPress is the 'default' choice of most people looking to start their website. From basic blogging pages to the most advanced sites, the free website builder functions very well for different purposes. But have you ever wondered, "Where does WordPress store the content of posts and pages of ...READ MORE +
We have created an Infographic of all the WordPress Statistics you need to know.READ MORE +