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How To Restore Deleted Post Or Page In WordPress (Step By Step Guide)

How To Restore Deleted Post Or Page In WordPress (Step By Step Guide)

Worried that you won’t be able to restore a page or post that you deleted on your WordPress site? Don’t panic, there are many ways to recover your lost content. WordPress has a built-in feature called Trash to restore deleted pages and posts, however, it only works...

Usage of articles a, an, the

  From the newsroom Raji Chacko I am relieved to be writing a piece on articles in the English language. For the three articles in English (a, an, the), there are apparently quite a few in French. What makes it worse is that you have to know the gender of an...

Writing without distraction

  From the newsroom With so many things vying for your attention and time, can you stay focused on writing? Raji Chacko Maintaining your focus while writing can be challenging but not impossible I prefer to edit in a tranquil environment, with maybe some music...

Overcome blogger’s block

  From the newsroom Fighting off a drought of ideas when you are expected to blog regularly can be troublesome, but a few tips could help. Raji Chacko When all of us are home, a popular refrain heard from my mum is ‘I don’t know what to cook today’. Apparently,...

Legalese and use of court jargon

  From the newsroom Cut the crap: make sense of  legalese Dev Sukumar  A recent Madras High Court judgement created much furore all over India. The court determined that a couple which had not formally married but had had a sexual relationship for a while could...

Writers block and how to overcome it

  From the newsroom Raji Chacko When the idea well runs dry… You don’t need to call the plumber; a few DIY tricks might get the creative juices flowing again Writing is not my strong suit. I am very grateful I discovered that early on in my professional life. I...

Paragraph writing

  From the newsroom Sunory Dutt The world’s longest single paragraph in print stretches across a 120-ft long scroll of paper, courtesy of American novelist Jack Kerouac’s travelogue, On the Road, first published in 1957. I’m guessing reading the original 120,000-...

Stay away from the Cliche

  From the newsroom Supriya Unni Nair One of the easiest ways to kill a good piece of information, whether it’s for the web, print or visual media, is to smack a cliché on to it. How many of us have heard an enthusiastic reporter on television covering an...

All about the comma,

  From the newsroom Raji Chacko   Comma commotion Navigating the tricky waters of punctuation can become particularly trying when you are trying to nail down the correct use of the multipurpose comma I have a confession to make: I do not like the comma. Even...

The Basics of Editing

  From the newsroom Sangeeta Cavale   Editing made simple “When I took a creative writing class in college I heard some bad news.  On the first day, our professor informed us that 90% of all good writing is (gasp!) re-writing!   I did not want to believe him...

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