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We’ve all been there: the crossroads of updating your theme and overwriting the edits you made to it.
Either you have to leave your theme out of date or erase all the work you put into customizing it. Maybe you’re lucky and the changelog specifies which files are new so you can update manually, but this can be meticulous and time wasting. There must be an easier way!
Google Fonts provides website designers a free way to make a site attractive. They are easy to download and use, as long as you follow these steps or use plugins specifically made for Google fonts.In this article you will learn how to use Google Fonts in WordPress.
Adding Google Fonts Manually
First Step: Choose Your Google Fonts
Many web designers are using a combination of two Google Fonts for their sites. Go to Google Fonts to browse all the available ones. When you find one or two you like, click on “Quick-use.” Scroll down until you see the code to copy for your website. Make sure you have Standard selected because it’s the best code to use.
Multi-author WordPress blogs can get a bit messy. Writers upload articles, some are in draft, others are being published, and no one knows what’s coming down the pipeline. The biggest problem with many multi-author WordPress blogs is the lack of organization. Fortunately, plugins can help you with that. With the right plugins, you can manage your editorial workflow much more efficiently.Here are some of the most popular 10 plugins to improve your editorial workflow.
This is one of the best plugins to manage your editorial workflow. The plugin comes with a feature called Custom Statuses. These labels help you track everything your authors are doing for your blog. You’ll be able to see:
Pitches – Ideas your authors have for the blog
Drafts – Auto saved articles
Assigned – Who has been assigned what article
In Progress – The articles writers are working on at the moment