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Best Practices for Capturing Images
How to Create a Post or Page with the WordPress Block Editor
Managing Spam on your Website
Managing Settings: General
Managing Settings: Writing
Editor de Bloques para Desarrolladores – Nivel Intermedio
Seguridad: formularios, acceso y contraseña
Getting Started in eCommerce: From Idea to First Customer
Intro to Gutenberg Block Development
Registering Block Patterns
WordPress Under the Hood
Diverse Speaker Training
WordPress プラグイン翻訳の手順 (日本語) / Plugin Translation Instruction in Japanese
How to do triage on GitHub
How to use GitHub?
Contribuir con el equipo de TV
Introduction to Open-Source
Managing Settings: Reading
Using the Block Widget Editor
Managing Settings: Discussion
What is the difference between WordPress .Org and .Com?
Using Block Patterns
Finding New Blocks with the Block Directory
Local WordPress Installations (For Beginners)
The difference between reusable blocks, block patterns, templates and template parts
Taking Advantage of Query Loops
Intro to the Site Editor and Template Editor
Building Sidebars With the Site Editor
Managing Settings: Discussion Quiz
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You are receiving a lot of spam comments. What are some settings you can use to help reduce spam? Select all that apply.
Entering IP addresses in comment moderation
Send all new comments to be moderated
Require comments to be logged in to comment
You can enable and disable comments for an individual post.
You do not have a lot of time to moderate comments. What are some things you can activate to help save time with moderation? Check all that apply.
Deactive commenting after a certain number of days.
Choose to automatically approve comments from authors who you’ve already previously approved
Manually approve each comment