How to Add Google Analytics 4 to Your WordPress Website

How to set up the new Google Analytics 4 and add it to a WordPress website

Intro This detailed explanation takes you through every step that you have to take to add Google Analytics to your WordPress website… How to set up a Google Analytics 4 and add it to your WordPress website using Google Tag Manager There are a few steps to adding Google Analytics to a WordPress site but …

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Icons for Builder Tradesmen Website Development Projects

Icons for Builder Tradesmen Web Design Projects

Web Design for Builders Commercial Icons for Web Design for Builders. Finding decent icons for your website project for builders can be time-consuming if you’re looking for something that is just right for your builder website project. Here are some pretty cool builder icons that we came across on: https://www.flaticon.com FlatIcon.com has a database of …

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How to clear the local DNS cache in Windows

How to clear the local DNS cache in Windows

If you’ve just changed your site’s nameservers and need to clear your local DNS cache in Windows to check whether the domain configuration changes have propagated through then please follow these simple steps: Windows 7: Open the Start menu Click on Run Type cmd and press enter In the Command Prompt type: ipconfig /flushdns and press the Enter key Close the Command Prompt Windows 8, 10: Press Win+X …

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How to clear the local DNS cache in macOS

How to clear the DNS cache with Terminal in macOS

To clear DNS cache on macOS systems, follow the steps below. MacOS 10.15: Catalina To flush the local DNS cache on macOS Catalina, follow the following steps. Open Terminal (Application › Utilities › Terminal or press CMD+SPACEBAR and Type in ‘Terminal’ then select the black Terminal app in the list) When Terminal Starts type: ‘sudo killall -HUP mDNSResponder’ and press Enter to run the …

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