A must-use plugin (also called a ‘mu-plugin’) is a plugin that will always be activated by default, without you needing to do it yourself. To activate a mu-plugin, you just have to upload it in the right directory, and WordPress will automatically know that this plugin must be used. Moreover, a mu-plugin cannot be deactivated:
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Admit it, girl, working from home is a blessing for us women. Working from home is both awesome and horrible. The awesome staff is a flexible schedule the bad thing is that sometimes we relax for a long period, doesn’t change our pajamas and don’t care about taking a shower since we are not going
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If you are looking at how to insert a featured image inside a post, you can try the following solution.  Add the following code inside the functions.php of your theme: Control the features images with the shortcode: The side can be changed to small, medium and large values and/or align can be none, center, right or left.
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So you’ve migrated a site to a new host with a new domain and forgot to change the site’s URLs. No worries a simple solution you can try is to change them within the phpMyAdmin. Go to your cPanel and locate the phpMyAdmin icon. Click on it and you will be redirected to it. Default caption
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