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WordPress: Disable WordPress Post Revisions

It’s a popular WordPress myth that storing multiple post revisions slows down your website. This is not true. WordPress is written smart enough to ignore revisions while rendering the front …

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WordPress: How to Disable Regular Passwords when using Clef

By default, after activation, Clef doesn’t disable the standard WordPress authentication method. This means that if someone knows your password, they will still be able to access your account. If …

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WordPress: What are Feeds?

If terms like feed, syndication, and RSS make your head spin, stop right now and read an Introduction to Syndication. That will give you a good overview of feeds and …

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