Updating Failed: The Response Is Not a Valid JSON Response

You create some posts on your websites, and the output is not updated correctly, resulting in the error message “Update failed”. Error message: The response is not a valid JSON response.” This is one of the most common and frustrating errors WordPress users and developers face on their websites. In 2018, WordPress revamped its classic editor and replaced it with its new counterpart Gutenberg (Block). […]

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Where are WordPress pages stored?

A common and reasonable question: Where are WordPress pages stored? A lot of beginners in website building might be asking that question, and there are a lot of ways to answer it. In this article, you will be guided on where you can find WordPress page storage, and what are the different ways to use it. Easier way to find WordPress Pages There are two […]

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How To Eliminate Render-Blocking Resources In WordPress

More often than not, when we audit the performance of our website, we get suggestions to Eliminate render-blocking resources.  What Is Render-Blocking JavaScript and CSS? When we load our website into a browser, it sends out calls to each and every script in a queue. Usually, that queue needs to be empty before the website is visible in the browser. There are two types of […]

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“An automated WordPress update has failed to complete”: Quick & Easy Fix

“An automated WordPress update has failed to complete”. If this message won’t go away from your dashboard after updating your WordPress, themes, and plugins, you’ll think that there’s something horribly wrong with your site and that you need to fix it right away. Rest assured, this is not actually a serious problem. The only potential downside is that a failed update may get your site […]

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Guide: New Gutenberg block-based widgets screen (and how to revert it)

With the New Widget Settings Screen in WordPress 5.8, you can now add any type of available blocks in any of the widgetized areas in your website. You can choose from the following block categories: Text Media Widgets Design Theme Embeds The new widget settings screen will show all of your available widgetized areas. The number of widgetized areas, as you know, depends on your […]

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How to Easily Have Fixed Floating Sticky Widgets on Your WordPress Websites

You can now easily have fixed floating sticky widgets on your WordPress websites using our Extended Widget Options plugin. Increase user engagement by making your important widgets sticky and floating over the page while users scroll. This way, they can have quick access to these widgets and instantly take action. Imagine a subscription or social media widget that floats over the page. Users keep it […]

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How to add Custom WordPress Widget CSS Classes and ID

If you need to add custom WordPress widget CSS classes and ID, you don’t need another plugin. It’s because Widget Options has such function. In addition, you can use this feature for javascript purposes. Also, Widget Options lets you add predefined classes you can choose from. Absolutely no need for any coding functions and filters. Adding custom widget CSS classes and ID is oftentimes a […]

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How to add WordPress Sliding “Leave a Message” with Sticky CTA Button

Let me show you how you can add a WordPress Sliding “Leave a Message” with sticky button – a floating call to action button that sticks around as users scroll the page. But first of all, here’s why you should: It’s very important to get in touch with your site users. That’s why you encourage them to send you a message. However, we know that […]

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Learn How to Easily Hide WordPress Widgets on Mobile Devices

It’s really easy to hide WordPress Widgets on Mobile devices using Widget Options. For some reasons, you want some of your widgets visible only from desktops and hidden from smartphones and tablets, or vice versa. As one of Widget Options’ basic features, Device Restrictions allows you to manage widgets visibility on any device without the need to do even a simple coding work. In order […]

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Guide: Using Widget Options to Manage Beaver Builder Modules to the Next Level!

This post is a complete guide on how to fully manage your Beaver Builder Elements on your website using Widget Options for WordPress. This is another page builder support, in addition to the ones for Elementor and SiteOrigin. Ever since the development of this new Beaver Builder feature for Widget Options, I have been really excited to bring it out, so let’s not wait any […]

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