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Community | dessign.net | 11 days ago

How to Reset a WordPress Site? Using WP Reset Plugin 2020

If you are tinkering a little bit with your website, or if you’re a full-time developer who’s constantly tasked with implementing new features, the chances are that you will eventually come to the point when you need to simply wipe the slate clean and start from the beginning. In other words, you will need to reset your website.

How to Reset a WordPress Site? Using WP Reset Plugin 2020

Community | dessign.net | 11 days ago

If you’re tinkering a little bit with your website, or if you’re a full-time developer who’s constantly tasked with implementing new features, the chances are that you will eventually come to the point when you need to simply wipe the slate clean and start from the beginning. In other words, you will need to reset your website. At first, this may seem like something that can set you back a whole lot, but this need not be the case. All you need is the right tool with which you can manage the reset process. At this point, you probably won’t be surprised when I tell you that there’s a perfect plugin for the job, given how many plugins there are out there, but let’s take things from the top and discuss the issue more thoroughly.
When to reset your WordPress website?
There are many reasons why one would want to reset their WordPress site, but they can generally be placed in the testing category. In other words, you may want to check compatibility or see how a new theme will go with your site.
Maybe something doesn’t work properly, maybe you’re dealing with a staging site or maybe you’re determined to completely recreate your website.

Community | dessign.net | Jan. 22, 2020

How Properly Redirect 301 Will Improve Your SEO in 2020

Let’s dive deeper into subject in order to more thoroughly explain the potential problem of not implementing redirects properly.

How Properly Redirect 301 Will Improve Your SEO in 2020

Community | dessign.net | Jan. 22, 2020

People often overlook, ignore, or flat out don’t know the importance of inputting proper redirects into their websites. True, for some websites, it can be quite a challenge keeping up with their expired pages if you’re doing it manually, but there’s a solution to that too. The point is that 404 pages, even if designed nicely, have to be dealt with as soon as possible if you want to keep your traffic steady and your visitors interested. This is also important when it comes to a website’s SEO rank because good redirects can help a website rank higher. As a matter of fact, the difference is quite substantial. But let’s dive deeper into the subject in order to more thoroughly explain the potential problems of not implementing redirects properly. How do 404 pages hurt my website?
Before we get to the whole redirect thing, we have to ask why do 404 pages pose such a serious and often discussed problem. Well, there are two main reasons for that. The first one is connected to the user experience. If a visitor to your website comes and sees the 404 error popping out at them, the chances are that they will leave the website immediately. They may even think that the