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It's not possible with just WordPress to schedule code to run in the background at a specific time. WordPress, like most (if not all) PHP web applications, only actually runs in response to a URL being accessed, and a request being made to the server. For a scheduled event to run at a certain time, you would need to have something running on the server, such ...


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Its because the wrapper around that text block is set to display: flex;. You could override this by adding the following CSS... .special-list .right-text { display: block; } You can add this in Admin > Appearance > Customize > Additional CSS You might want to add this and then test other pages that use this code to make sure it doesn't break anything ...


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any other way in Wordpress side to configure external user authentication but without developing anything? No. The only authentication WordPress provides out of the box is cookie based authentication. There are however plugin based solutions, specifically ones that rely on widely accepted standards that aren't unique to WordPress. These implement ...


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Based on WordPress documentation for esc_attr function, it is returning a string value. So, If you need to have the integer value, you need using intval function. But, when you want to display that value or put it as part of markup, it doesn't make sense. Escape functions are useful for outputting and printing values. If you want to save a value in the ...


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File upload fields might return all those values (depending on the field settings), but those are just based on the media library attachment. The field only actually stores the ID of the attachment for the file as its value. So to populate a File field programatically, you just need to set an attachment ID as the field value. So once you have the attachment ...


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If you want to use WordPress native posts or CPT , you can achieve this with programmatically which will be the fastest way to do. Where via code using CSV library you fetch records from Excel and using wp_insert_post function you add those posts to WordPress via a loop with meta data etc... Or if you want to avoid custom coding route, there is a plugin ...


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Yours is a more general question, so I'll offer some general comments. There are WordPress plugins such as TablePress (https://tablepress.org) that do a nice job displaying data on a WordPress page. The individual data points can be made linkable to another page, as needed. This is, likely, a custom solution, meaning, a developer could help you structure ...


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WP CLI is best tool out there to manage plugins/ themes through command line, instead of uploading plugins through FTP or admin panel. Once you Install WP-CLI on your machine then run below command and see magic. wp plugin install bbpress --activate Please check WP-CLI official documentation for further understanding.


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