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Do you want to disable the screen options button in WordPress? The screen options button allows you to show and hide elements on different pages through out the WordPress admin area. In this article, we will show you how to disable the screen options button in WordPress.
Why You May Want to Disable Screen Options Button? Screen Options button is located on the top right corner of different pages in your WordPress admin area. It allows each logged in user to show and hide items on various sections of the WordPress admin area.
Many WordPress site owners run multi-author blogs. With screen options button, their authors may accidentally uncheck something that is important.
For example, on the posts edit screen users can show / hide change author field, featured image section, and more.
You can control the admin view for all users by disabling the screen options button. Let’s take a look at how to easily disable screen options button in WordPress.
Method 1: Hiding Screen Options..
Do you want to remove the parent page slug from child page url in WordPress? By default, WordPress adds parent page’s slug as a prefix to child page URLs which is good for SEO. However, some people may not want parent page slug in the URL. In this article, we will show you how to remove parent page slug from child page URL in WordPress.
What is a Parent Page Slug in WordPress? WordPress comes with two main content types called posts and pages. Pages are hierarchical which means they can have child pages. By default, the URL of a child page in WordPress will have its parent page’s slug in the URL like:
This is a better way to organize content if you are using hierarchical page structure on your website. It is considered best practice for WordPress SEO, and it makes sense for your users as well.
Removing the parent page slug can potentially break the URL, but in some expert opinion, it also makes it less SEO friendly. Sometimes it may c..
Are you seeing strange v=xxxx string in your WordPress URLs? Recently, one of our readers asked us how to get rid of v=xxxx string from their WordPress URLs. This string is made up of seemingly random letter and numbers added as a parameter to your permalinks. In this article, we will show you how to easily remove v=xxxx string from your WordPress URLs.
Why Are You Seeing v=XXXX String in Your WordPress URLs? This string appears on websites running an online store using WooCommerce. It is not a bug or an error, but an actual feature of the plugin.
The purpose of this string is to help WooCommerce calculate tax and shipping based on a user’s geographic location. The string helps make the feature compatible with WordPress caching plugins like WP Super Cache or W3 Total Cache.
However, if you don’t need to calculate shipping and taxes based on different locations, then you probably accidentally enabled this feature.
Let’s take a look at how to easily disable it and remove the ra..
Do you want to add the official LinkedIn share button in WordPress? There are many social media plugins that let you add share buttons, but most of them don’t use the official buttons. In this article, we will show you how to add the official LinkedIn share button in WordPress.
Adding Official LinkedIn Share Button in WordPress For this tutorial you’ll need to edit your WordPress theme files. If you haven’t done this before, then check out our guide on how to copy and paste code in WordPress.
First, you need to visit the LinkedIn Share Plugin page. You will be asked to select your website’s language and the button style you want to use.
You can leave the URL field blank because the share button can automatically get the page URL.
Next, you need to click on the ‘Get Code’ button to copy your LinkedIn share button code.
Now that we got the share code, let’s add the official buttons in your WordPress site.
Display LinkedIn Share Button in WordPress Posts and Pages If you wan..
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