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Users may determine what component is in charge of a redirect by looking at the X-Redirect-By header. A redirect should be prefixed by any system that sends one and/or has a way for doing so in place.
November 4, 2022
Progressive Web Applications or PWAs. They’ve been around for a while, but as web browsers evolve, they’re becoming more common. This option may be helpful if you want to provide enhanced user experiences, such as push notifications for browser-based site users.
June 15, 2022
Self-hosted WordPress.org gives you the most control over the server. Although WordPress.com does not need you to self-host, the website files are still hosted on a physical server using web server software.
May 20, 2022
Gutenberg is built using React. This means we are going to add some code in order to be able to create the custom sidebar. This can be done using the registerPlugin function.
March 20, 2022
You’re undoubtedly acquainted with creating custom post meta using add_meta_box() if you’ve dealt with WordPress before Gutenberg. When updating a post, you may use this feature to add a meta box with your own content to the bottom or side. This strategy works in the Gutenberg editor as well.
February 14, 2022
This instruction is for anyone who wants to write Gutenberg code in ES6, ESNext, or JSX, and then use webpack and babel to turn it into files that can be used in the Gutenberg editor.
February 8, 2022
Are you experiencing an odd error on your Updates page that prevents you from updating WordPress core, theme, or plugins? Let’s look at why this problem occurs and some solutions for getting your site back up and running
January 25, 2022
December 11, 2021