Month: May 2022

How to Limit the Number of WordPress Form Entries

Do you want to limit the number of form entries on your WordPress website? Limiting form entries is useful if you’re running a contest or event that have a cap on the number of participants, want form entries from a specific region, or can’t accept more forms after a particular date. In this article, we’ll…

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How to Fix Missing Appearance Menu in WordPress Admin

Do you want to fix the missing Appearance Menu option in the WordPress admin area? Some WordPress themes may come with support for the full-site editing experience, which changes the options under the Appearance Menu in WordPress admin area. In this article, we’ll show you how to easily fix the missing appearance menu in WordPress…

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WordPress Turns 19

Today marks 19 years since 19-year old Matt Mullenweg partnered with Mike Little to release the first version of WordPress based on the b2/cafelog software. The blog where he shared his thoughts on life and tech was starting to get more traffic and he wanted to ensure its future after the b2/cafelog’s main developer disappeared.…

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Gutenberg 13.3 Introduces Experimental Table of Contents Block

Gutenberg 13.3 was released this week with support for an experimental new Table of Contents block. It is perfect for longform content that is organized by multiple headings within the document. The block automatically detects Heading blocks within the content and will display them with anchor links that jump to each section. Table of Contents…

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