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Enable SVG in WordPress Media Library using a function

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The WordPress Media Library does not permit uploading SVG file types by default. Trying to upload an SVG file to the WordPress Media Library displays a warning reading, "Sorry, this file type is not permitted for security reasons." To change the functionality of your site and to permit SVG upload, you'll need to update your theme or child theme's function.php with this code.

How to fix a broken animated gif in WordPress Gutenberg

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Animated gifs are image files that loop, almost like a video. You place animated gifs, which have a file extension of .gif, as images in WordPress's block editor. Sometimes, however, your animated gif displays only as a single image. In this case, the animation and looping are not working. This animated gif error can be frustrating, but the WordPress fix for this error is straightforward.

Use transition words in your writing for better SEO

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Writing with enough transition words is an important measure of your website's readability. Your page's readability score is a Search Engine Optimization metric. Learning to use transition words is instrumental in improving your SEO readability score. Consequently, the proper use of transition words improves your website’s visibility. Read on to discover actionable tips.

What are the URLs of default Woocommerce pages?

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The popular ecommerce plugin for WordPress, Woocommerce, creates four default pages on your site. I recently needed to know these URLs in order to block Google Ads from being served on my Woocommerce shop pages. It took a few minutes to figure out what pages I needed to add to the Google Ad Exclude list, so I created this list to help someone else in the same situation. To note, I also excluded...

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