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  • How to Edit Post Templates

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    To edit a template on WordPress, you just have to go to the site editor, which you can access by hovering on “Appearance” on the left toolbar of the WordPress dashboard. In the menu that pops up, click “Editor”.

  • How to Change the Post Author

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    When you have different contributors on your website’s blog, it’s important that you attribute content properly.

  • How to Copy the Entire Page Content

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    When you find a page or post that you want to copy the entire content of, you can select all the blocks in the page or post by hitting the keys (Ctrl/Cmd + A).

  • How to Hide a Block From the Frontend

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    If there’s a block that you don’t want to display temporarily but you don’t want to completely erase it from a page, you can do so by adding a custom CSS class to your theme.

  • How to Edit the Default Image Sizes

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    From the dashboard, on the toolbar on the left, hover over “Settings” and click “Media”.

  • How to Create a Custom Post Template

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    Post Templates allow you to use different layouts for your blog posts or website pages. WordPress themes usually come with various built-in templates, but you can create your own.

  • How to Switch Between Visual and Code Editor

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    There may be instances that you want to edit the code of a page or post instead of editing visually.

  • How to Switch to the Classic Editor

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    Since the launch of WordPress 5.0, the Block Editor has been the default editor when you create a WordPress website. If you want to switch to the Classic Editor, first you will have to install it from the plugins page. Open your WordPress dashboard and go to Plugins > Add New.

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