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James Osborne
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OceanWP – Making it AMP compatible with almost zero development work

For good reason one of the most popular WordPress theme based on total downloads is Ocean WP. This is the go to theme for many site owners, it looks great out of the box, it’s fast and is highly customisable. It’s also made in Ireland, just like me, and based in Limerick city, just like WP Engines Irish operation.

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Restricting widgets to selected URLs, pages or posts

If you don’t have access to your site via FTP, if you prefer not to create your own WordPress templates or you don’t know how to register new widget positions (also known as sidebars) there are other ways to ensure you can easily restrict widgets to particular pages, posts or taxonomies on your site. It can be achieved with the use of some easy to use plugins.

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Backing up your WordPress website, including plugins, database and configurations.

If you’re looking to backup your WordPress website into a single file, plugins and everything instact (with optional installer for restoration) then this tutorial may be useful. It uses the Duplicator plugin, my personal favourite for such actions. In addition to filing website backups offline I use Duplicator frequently to copy sites from localhost to live production sites.

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