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In WordPress 3.8 the old single column dashboard was changed to multiple columns. Want the old single column back? Activate this to switch it back.
In WordPress 3.8 the old single column dashboard was changed to multiple columns. Want the old single column back? Activate this to switch it back. Details
In WordPress 3.8 the old single column dashboard was changed to multiple columns. Want the old single column back? Activate this to switch it back.
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WordPress 4.7 removed the underline and justify buttons and re-arranged other buttons. This option will put everything back to how it was!
WordPress 4.7 removed the underline and justify buttons and re-arranged other buttons. This option will put everything back to how it was! Details
WordPress 4.7 removed the underline and justify buttons and re-arranged other buttons. This option will put everything back to how it was!
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Activate the plugin <a href="https://wordpress.org/plugins/advanced-wplink/" title="Advanced WPLink">Advanced WPLink</a>, written by Nico Martin, to give you a number of enhancements, including the option to disable the inline linking. An installation link to this plugin can be found in the Restore Lost Functionality options screen.
Activate the plugin <a href="https://en-gb.wordpress.org/plugins/advanced-wplink/" title="Advanced WPLink">Advanced WPLink</a>, written by Nico Martin, to give you a number of enhancements, including the option to disable the inline linking. An installation link to this plugin can be found in the Restore Lost Functionality options screen. Details
Activate the plugin <a href="https://wordpress.org/plugins/advanced-wplink/" title="Advanced WPLink">Advanced WPLink</a>, written by Nico Martin, to give you a number of enhancements, including the option to disable the inline linking. An installation link to this plugin can be found in the Restore Lost Functionality options screen.
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Inline links were introduced in WordPress 4.5 but many people haven't approved of them.
Inline links were introduced in WordPress 4.5 but many people haven't approved of them. Details
Inline links were introduced in WordPress 4.5 but many people haven't approved of them.
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You can <a href="https://make.wordpress.org/core/2016/02/22/proposal-increase-the-default-image-compression-in-wordpress/" title="Proposal: Increase the default image compression in WordPress">read the proposal</a> to fully understand the research and decision. If, however, you'd like the old quality back, activate this option to restore it back to 90!
You can <a href="https://make.wordpress.org/core/2016/02/22/proposal-increase-the-default-image-compression-in-wordpress/" title="Proposal: Increase the default image compression in WordPress">read the proposal</a> to fully understand the research and decision. If, however, you'd like the old quality back, activate this option to restore it back to 90! Details
You can <a href="https://make.wordpress.org/core/2016/02/22/proposal-increase-the-default-image-compression-in-wordpress/" title="Proposal: Increase the default image compression in WordPress">read the proposal</a> to fully understand the research and decision. If, however, you'd like the old quality back, activate this option to restore it back to 90!
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In WordPress 4.5 the image quality was reduced from 90 to 82.
In WordPress 4.5 the image quality was reduced from 90 to 82. Details
In WordPress 4.5 the image quality was reduced from 90 to 82.
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To switch off this functionality you need to install the <a href="https://wordpress.org/plugins/disable-embeds/" title="Disable Embeds">Disable Embeds</a> plugin, written by Pascal Birchler. An installation link to this plugin can be found in the Restore Lost Functionality options screen.
To switch off this functionality you need to install the <a href="https://en-gb.wordpress.org/plugins/disable-embeds/" title="Disable Embeds">Disable Embeds</a> plugin, written by Pascal Birchler. An installation link to this plugin can be found in the Restore Lost Functionality options screen. Details
To switch off this functionality you need to install the <a href="https://wordpress.org/plugins/disable-embeds/" title="Disable Embeds">Disable Embeds</a> plugin, written by Pascal Birchler. An installation link to this plugin can be found in the Restore Lost Functionality options screen.
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In WordPress 4.4 the ability to embed other WordPress site's posts was added. However, this is a two-way process so as long as you have this active to allow your site to accept embeds, others can embed your site as well. You can <a href="https://make.wordpress.org/core/2015/10/28/new-embeds-feature-in-wordpress-4-4/" title="New Embeds Feature in WordPress 4.4">read more about this on Make WordPress Core</a>.
In WordPress 4.4 the ability to embed other WordPress site's posts was added. However, this is a two-way process so as long as you have this active to allow your site to accept embeds, others can embed your site as well. You can <a href="https://make.wordpress.org/core/2015/10/28/new-embeds-feature-in-wordpress-4-4/" title="New Embeds Feature in WordPress 4.4">read more about this on Make WordPress Core</a>. Details
In WordPress 4.4 the ability to embed other WordPress site's posts was added. However, this is a two-way process so as long as you have this active to allow your site to accept embeds, others can embed your site as well. You can <a href="https://make.wordpress.org/core/2015/10/28/new-embeds-feature-in-wordpress-4-4/" title="New Embeds Feature in WordPress 4.4">read more about this on Make WordPress Core</a>.
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If, however, you'd like to switch this off then you can via from this plugin's settings screen.
If, however, you'd like to switch this off then you can via from this plugin's settings screen. Details
If, however, you'd like to switch this off then you can via from this plugin's settings screen.
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Why is this there? Some browsers will use this to perform DNS lookups in advance, improving perceived latency issues later.
Why is this there? Some browsers will use this to perform DNS lookups in advance, improving perceived latency issues later. Details
Why is this there? Some browsers will use this to perform DNS lookups in advance, improving perceived latency issues later.
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Since WordPress 4.6, DNS prefetching code has been added to the site's header. By default a WordPress site will be added, which is for emojis. Others will be added, depending on your theme or plugin requirements (for example, a Google fonts URL will often be added if your theme uses them).
Since WordPress 4.6, DNS prefetching code has been added to the site's header. By default a WordPress site will be added, which is for emojis. Others will be added, depending on your theme or plugin requirements (for example, a Google fonts URL will often be added if your theme uses them). Details
Since WordPress 4.6, DNS prefetching code has been added to the site's header. By default a WordPress site will be added, which is for emojis. Others will be added, depending on your theme or plugin requirements (for example, a Google fonts URL will often be added if your theme uses them).
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A plugin by the name of <a href="https://wordpress.org/plugins/update-control/" title="Update Control">Update Control</a>, written by George Stephanis and Chip Bennett, allows you to control the behavior of automatic updates. You can switch off automatic updates but, equally, switch them on for major updates as well. An installation link to this plugin can be found in the Restore Lost Functionality options screen.
A plugin by the name of <a href="https://en-gb.wordpress.org/plugins/update-control/">Update Control</a>, written by George Stephanis and Chip Bennett, allows you to control the behaviour of automatic updates. You can switch off automatic updates but, equally, switch them on for major updates as well. An installation link to this plugin can be found in the Restore Lost Functionality options screen. Details
A plugin by the name of <a href="https://wordpress.org/plugins/update-control/" title="Update Control">Update Control</a>, written by George Stephanis and Chip Bennett, allows you to control the behavior of automatic updates. You can switch off automatic updates but, equally, switch them on for major updates as well. An installation link to this plugin can be found in the Restore Lost Functionality options screen.
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Since WordPress 3.7, minor updates have updated automatically. This is to ensure critical bugs and security updates are pushed out as quickly as possible. Major updates, though, require a manual initiation.
Since WordPress 3.7, minor updates have updated automatically. This is to ensure critical bugs and security updates are pushed out as quickly as possible. Major updates, though, require a manual initiation. Details
Since WordPress 3.7, minor updates have updated automatically. This is to ensure critical bugs and security updates are pushed out as quickly as possible. Major updates, though, require a manual initiation.
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To switch back to the OpenSans fonts you will need to install the <a href="https://wordpress.org/plugins/opensans-ftw/" title="OpenSans FTW">OpenSans FTW</a> plugin, written by George J. An installation link to this plugin can be found in the Restore Lost Functionality options screen.
To switch back to the OpenSans fonts you will need to install the <a href="https://en-gb.wordpress.org/plugins/opensans-ftw/" title="OpenSans FTW">OpenSans FTW</a> plugin, written by George J. An installation link to this plugin can be found in the Restore Lost Functionality options screen. Details
To switch back to the OpenSans fonts you will need to install the <a href="https://wordpress.org/plugins/opensans-ftw/" title="OpenSans FTW">OpenSans FTW</a> plugin, written by George J. An installation link to this plugin can be found in the Restore Lost Functionality options screen.
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System fonts have been used in Admin since WordPress 4.6. These replaced OpenSans for performance reasons.
System fonts have been used in Admin since WordPress 4.6. These replaced OpenSans for performance reasons. Details
System fonts have been used in Admin since WordPress 4.6. These replaced OpenSans for performance reasons.
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