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why you need a website for your school?

As a school, having a website is essential for communication, marketing, and engagement with students, parents, and the community. In today’s digital age, a website is one of the most important tools for any school to have. It is the primary source of information for parents, students, and potential students, and it is also a […]

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How to build a WordPress website

If you’ve never done anything like this before, setting up a WordPress website might seem like a difficult undertaking. Because WordPress is so user-friendly and straightforward, almost anybody can use it. Fortunately. While the technical aspects of putting up a WordPress website aren’t tough, figuring out what to put on your site and how to […]

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How to Manage PHP Errors in WordPress: Turning Them On and Off

Introduction WordPress is a powerful and versatile platform for building websites, but like any software, it’s not immune to errors. PHP errors, warnings, and notices can occasionally pop up, disrupting the user experience and potentially revealing sensitive information about your site’s configuration. Luckily, WordPress provides a way to manage these errors, allowing you to turn […]

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How to Install Laravel in Wamp Server

Laravel is a framework for core php. Through the laravel framework there is coding so simple, easy and convenient due to the all important and lots of functions are predefined in  laravel library. It follows the Model, View Controller Architecture Steps of installing You have to install composer for installin composer you have to go […]

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Install SSL In WordPress Website Very Simple Way

SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) and its successor, TLS (Transport Layer Security), are protocols for establishing authenticated and encrypted links between networked computers. Although the SSL protocol was deprecated with the release of TLS 1.0 in 1999, it is still common to refer to these related technologies as “SSL” or “SSL/TLS.” The most current version is TLS 1.3, defined […]

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