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Creating a WordPress Child Theme

A child theme lets you modify a parent theme as much (or as little) as you want. You can then change the child theme without impacting the parent theme or any other projects using it as an anchor for its own child themes. Using a child theme also avoids losing any customizing when you update your WordPress theme. A child theme resides in a separate directory from the parent theme, and every child directory needs …

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Configure HTTPs on WordPress

Have you already installed WordPress onto your hosting account but it isn’t being directed to https://? Here is a quick tutorial of how to get your website to point to your SSL Certificate. Step 1: Go To Your WordPress Admin Area Step 2: Go To General Settings Step 3: Under ” WordPress Address (URL) ” & ” Site Address (URL) ” ensure the URL’s start with https:// instead of http://. We hope this has helped, …

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