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How to I know the class or ID of my theme?
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I have just noticed you have solved your problem after I wrote this answer. I'm posting it anyway for future visitors. Various web browsers have an "Inspect" function built in, for example; Firefox, ...

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Error Logs to Diagnose Error 500 in LAMP
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You are using Apache for your http server,it will keep it owns logs for access & errors, depending on how you have it configured. By default Apache will probably use the following logs; /var/...

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Site kit Google Analytics setup giving Error: {"error":"invalid 'redirect_uri'"}
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One of the more common mistakes people make when moving Wordpress from http to https is not letting Wordpress know about the change. The most important parameter used by Wordpress, when creating URLs ...

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Hide "Delete Note" link in Order Notes Panel
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The answer given by Dharmishtha Patel is a good method to use. Another method requiring less processing is the "Additional CSS" functionality. Within your Dashboard select "Appearance | Customize | ...

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Is my way to change WordPress server is correct?
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It would seem you have covered all your bases and your site is working as it should. An additional step I have found useful is to verify hard coded paths within your exported SQL file because ...

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WordPress Multisite with multiple domains using Nginx
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I don't have enough reputation for comments and hope I don't get down voted here. I also use Nginx. Although my set up is a little different to yours the principal should be the same. In your nginx....

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how to edit source code of specific page in wordpress?
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Rather than editing Wordpress or your theme's source code you're better off using the "Additional CSS" option found while customizing your theme appearance within the admin menu. Using Google Chrome ...

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301 Redirects from old Wordpress domain
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You didn't mention what http server you are using so I'll assume it is either Apache or Nginx. Apache The most efficient method would be to include a "redirect" statement within the block; <...

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I would like to set a FULL SCREEN background image to all my pages (same way it is on my home page)
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Appearance | Customize Most css styles within your pages can be modified using the "Additional CSS" function found under "Appearance" | "Customize". Just find the CSS Element you want to override and ...

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How to remove the site health dashboard widget?
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Log in to your Dashboard. On the screen showing the "Site Health" widget, click the "Screen Options" menu item at the top right of your screen and turn off "Site Health" and any other widgets you don'...

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Remove Category titles from individual posts on archive pages
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To expand on my comment above and Dan's answer the following may help you. Also see my previous answer for a similar question here: Prevent WordPress from giving each post a number Steps for hiding ...

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Site downloads files instead of loading them
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The decision to process or download files, as you've described, is often a function of your http server rather than wordpress. Has your host made any changes to your server configuration? Has PHP ...

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Prevent WordPress from giving each post a number
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It is more likely theme is adding numbers rather than Wordpress. Find out the css style associated with the numbering and set its display value to none. If you are using a browser based on Google ...

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install / update plugins remotely
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If you have admin access to your WP site you can login remotely via any web browser and use built in Updates function. To login to your site visit http://yoursite.url/wpadmin (replace yoursite.url ...

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How to use wordpress with any "site url" (the url in settings) for development?
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Wordpress is PHP based and requires a database server such as MySQL or MariaDB. I would suggest using a development environment such as LAMP, WAMP or similar. The software is free and will install a ...

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