Tip: Using Private/Icognito Windows To Test Your Site

All modern browsers support some sort of private or incognito mode that opens a new browser window and show you pages as if you are a user who has never been to the site before. You can use this to test your WordPress sites and pages without needing to log out of your account to see a completely new-user view of the pages.

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Tip: How to Easily Switch Between the Block and Classic Editors

After you update to WordPress 5.0, you get the new Block (Gutenberg) Editor by default. But you can still add the Classic Editor as a free official plugin. Once you do that, you get the option to assign one as the default editor. You can also allow individual writers to pick their default and easily switch between them while writing a post.

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Tip: Put a Spreadsheet In Your WordPress Post

Embedding a spreadsheet into your WordPress site is actually a pretty simple task. All you need to do is to use a Google spreadsheet, then embed that spreadsheet into your post just as you would any other HTML code. It does help if you adjust the width and the height of the embedded IFRAME. The data in the spreadsheet can even be updated without touching the post.

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Tip: Using Reusable Blocks As Little Templates

The whole idea of Reusable Blocks is that you can use them throughout your site, and then change them in one location and the change will happen everywhere. But you can also convert any Reusable Block to a regular block. This allows you to have a Reusable Block you can access as a kind of block template, insert it into a post, convert it to a regular block, and change the content.

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