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In the COMMENTS, please LET US KNOW how you made your website AND if you think it was a free website! :D Thanks so much, my point is that this website is free because you save SO MUCH not hiring a web designer, you will literally have hundreds of dollars in your pocket, and can gain money from your skills because when you learn anything (like to fish) you are free to do it for yourself, for others, and for a living in the future! :)
I'm new to using Youtube for communicating. I accidentally deleted it. Mis-clicking. :-( In case people are wondering what I said... something along the lines of... "I can't believe you don't have over a million subscribers. Your videos are really informative. I'm a fan. Definitely subscribed." Something like that.
About the resizing. I think it's called "stretch fit." I'm using Elementor to create all the pages. I know there are some features that allow me to edit the tablet and mobile view but my main concern is the desktop view. If I resize the window, everything distorts. If I resize the zoom in or out option, everything distorts. The writing does not adjust to the page well.
Yeah I can try: By default most Wordpress themes will resize depending on screen size. They will distort or remove features to be mobile friendly. What look would you like to preserve? Always a way in wp. Btw your last comment, one of the best ever, thanks😍🤩
All depends on your needs. Blogger best for: free blogging, learning how to blog, learning html/css, trying free google services. WordPress best for: professional blogging, monetizing, networking, much more...need help from you guys 😁
great vlog sir
can u help me with a situation please i run a website kidsparadise.online i am unable to generate site map. It is showing blank page. earlier i have successfully generated but now it is showing blank page. I am using yost seo plugin.
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