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How to find the page/post ID in WordPress?

How to find the page/post ID in WordPress?

Some WordPress plugins ask you to manually enter a page ID, a post ID, or the ID of another content type to do something with that content. Nowadays this is an indicator that the plugin is quite outdated, as most well-designed plugins offer a more intuitive way to...
How to duplicate a page or post in WordPress?

How to duplicate a page or post in WordPress?

WordPress itself does not have a function to duplicate pages, posts or any content from a custom post type. But you can install a free plugin to add this function to your WordPress and duplicate your content (also called “clone”), e.g. to use an old blog...
Where are post and pages stored in WordPress?

Where are post and pages stored in WordPress?

WordPress stores all data of your posts, pages and custom post types (like projects) in its MySQL/MariaDB database. For technical reasons the data is spread over multiple tables, but the main content is located in the wp_posts table. In this article we will show you...
WordPress file/folder structure explained

WordPress file/folder structure explained

WordPress is a content management system written in PHP and comes with many files and folders. If you uploaded the files yourself when you installed the system or later take a look at the file and folder structure via FTP, you might wonder which file is responsible...
How to organize your WordPress Media Library?

How to organize your WordPress Media Library?

The media library is the central location in WordPress. There you will find all media assets that you upload to your website. Despite other parts of WordPress the possibilities of the media library are very limited. You can see all your uploads as a list or as a grid....
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