How to add blog preview to wordpress homepage plugins

Blogging is all about sharing your thoughts and ideas with the world, and one way to do that is by adding a blog preview to your WordPress home page. In this article, we’ll show you how to do it using two popular plugins: Jetpack and WordPress SEO by Yoast.

What is Blog Preview?

Blog preview is a feature that WordPress users can activate on their blog homepages by clicking on the blog thumbnail in the main WordPress admin area, then selecting “Settings” from the dropdown menu and clicking on the “Appearance” tab. The Blog Preview feature allows visitors to preview posts without having to leave the WordPress admin area.
The Blog Preview feature is activated by default for all blogs, but you can disable it if you wish. To disable Blog Preview for a specific blog: 1. In the WordPress admin area, click on the blog’s name in the list of blogs on the left side of the screen. 2. In the dropdown menu that appears, select “Settings.” 3. On the “Appearance” tab, under “Blog Preview,” select either “On” or “Off.”

How to add Blog Preview to a WordPress Homepage Plugin

WordPress is a popular content management system (CMS) which allows you to create a website or blog from scratch, or to improve an existing website. In this article, we will show you how to add blog preview to a WordPress plugin.

To do this, you will need the following:

– A WordPress plugin that allows you to add blog previews
– A blog URL
– The WPBakery Page Builder plugin (available for download at

First, install the WPBakery Page Builder plugin on your WordPress site. Once installed, go to the plugins screen and click on the WPBakery Page Builder link. On the next screen, click on the Activate button to activate the plugin. Now we will need our blog URL. To find your blog URL, go to your website’s home page and find the “Blog Posts” section. Under this section, you will see a list of all of your blog posts. The post with the most recent date is usually listed first. In this example, we are using as our blog URL. The Blog Preview feature requires that your blog URL be


If you’re like me, you use a lot of different plugins on your WordPress site. And every time you install a new plugin, the blog preview for it disappears from the homepage. If that’s an issue for you, this article will show you how to add blog previews to all of your WordPress plugins. It’s easy and takes just a couple of minutes, so be sure to check it out!

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