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Classic vs Block Editor

How to disable block editor in WordPress 5.0

WordPress 5.0 brings a major update bringing the Block Editor. Not everyone is a fan of the new editor and not every type of content will benefit from using it. But, it is easy to disable it in favor of the old (or Classic) editor.

Basic Cache Settings

WP Rocket recommended settings

WP Rocket is a very powerful caching plugin, and it is easier to setup than most other cache plugins for WordPress. And, you have extensive documentation about setting it up. But, sometimes it is usefult to see on a practical …

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Exclude subcategories from RSS feed

WordPress WP_Query class is used to get posts for, basically, everything. And this class is very complex. It has a long list of supported query variables, filters, and actions to control the process. But, even with all that, there are some limitations in the way you can use it.

Debug Notices

WordPress Debug mode: Benefits and Pitfalls

Developers know how to best use debug in WordPress and WordPress WP_DEBUG constant to get through potential problems and bugs their code might have. But, for regular users, using debug mode can be very confusing and can cause more problems than it can help solve.

PHP.ini memory settings

Increase PHP Memory Limit

Anyone working with WordPress (or any other PHP based system) had a chance to see one of the most common fatal errors PHP has to offer: Allowed memory exhausted. This is easy to fix, and depending on your host and personal preference, there are several methods to do it.

TinyMCE Button to open the second row

Open TinyMCE editor second row by default

TinyMCE editor used in WordPress usually has two rows on its toolbar. But, the second row is hidden by default, and you need to click an icon on first toolbar row to open the second row.

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