the_content() printing site title after page/post title and before its content

My pages are all showing the Site Title (from the Customizer) after the page or post title and before the "body" of the post. Troubleshooting by injecting lines of text to print before and after WordPress code narrows the source down to the the_content() call within the page template.

Here’s how the_content is called:

        ...         </header><!-- .entry-header -->          <div class="content entry-content">             <?php the_content(                 // Translators: %s: Name of current post. Only visible to screen readers.                 sprintf( esc_html__( 'Continue reading %s', 'bulmapress' ), '<span class="screen-reader-text">' . the_title( '', '', false ) . '</span>' )             );              wp_link_pages( array(                 'before' => '<div class="page-links">' . esc_html__( 'Pages:', 'bulmapress' ),                 'after'  => '</div>',                 ) );                 ?>         </div><!-- .entry-content -->          <footer class="content entry-footer">         ... 

I’m a bit baffled because post_template.php where the_content() and get_the_content() are defined is a WordPress /includes file, not a parent theme file.

Should I be looking for some filter that’s been defined in the theme? TIA

How to make a content management system to load webpages without a PHP loader and its query strings?

I have a MediaWiki 1.35.2 Hebrew website which is principally all core; I host that website on a Apache, Nginx (as reverse proxy), PHP and MySQL hosting environment.

The default behavior of MediaWiki is to load any webpage with load.php and often many query strings;
It often raises errors in Google Pagespeed Insights about too many resources which consume loading time (maybe it’s better to load these informally without query strings) and it also makes my URLs "long" instead "short" (i.e. without using this load.php method) when they are already long because of Right-To-Left language Encoding.

For some reason/s I have a very hard time finding my way in the following MediaWiki guides on how to get shorter URLs without load.php and its query strings (guides that include explicitly outdated parts and/or many warnings and exceptions):

  • Manual:Short URL
  • Manual:Short URL/Apache

Duplicate Content Issue

I am reaching you once again. I have a question regarding duplicate content. I have multiple domain websites where all the websites associated with a group. Here is the website: https://www.cordlifeindia.com/

All the contents of the website are the same with a different domain such as .co.id, .co.mm, .co.bd and so on. So my question is that will google penalize for that reason? I haven’t implemented href lang tags.

Please go through this website and let me know.

Thanks, Olivia

Google Analytics – Match URLs on Unique Number in Content Drilldown Using RegEx?

I am trying to track pageviews on Google Analytics for knowledge base articles (on Zendesk). Each article has a unique number. However, the title of the page is sometimes appended to the URL, and GA tracks this as a separate page. If the title of the article changes, it generates a new URL.

For example, these would all be the same article, so I want to see a single pageviews count, but GA would show as 3 separate stats

/hc/en-us/articles/360039413394 /hc/en-us/articles/360039413394-How-To-Make-A-Sandwich /hc/en-us/articles/360039413394-How-To-Make-A-Turkey-Sandwich 

I want GA to roll up the articles matching on the unique number, and ignoring everything after that. Is there a built-in way to do this? Is there a way to do this with Regex? Where would I add the Regex for the Content Drilldown page? Help!

Thank you.

Healthy Food Blog with original content from a nutrition coach

Topic: Healthy food blog from a nutrition coach. Healthy tips, popular recipes, products reviews.
Age: 6 years
Monthly users: 1900
Earnings per month: $ 8.5
Number of articles: 41

The blog has a good perspective due to the current situation with covid. Cooking at home is a strong trend because of the lockdowns around the world. People don’t go to restaurants and cook themselves. Also the healthy food trend is becoming more popular. The topic is quite a narrow niche, so it is easier to be…

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Promising Franco Food Blog with original content

Topic: French food and style blog from American author who has actually lived in France. Her view of the country, people, restaurants, fashion. Interesting and popular recipes.
Age: 8 years
Monthly users: 2700
Earnings per month: $ 10
Number of articles: 127

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Does the content on niche like festivals, wishes or quotes be considered as duplicate content?

Recently, I have started a Festival Wishes based blog as a starting step to drive traffic to something in future. I have some SEO experience (5 years back) but this niche is new for me.

It’s not easy to create unique content in this niche and overall the meaning will be similar. So what should be the right way to avoid duplicate content (not referring to plagiarism, it is avoided) and slowly set up the right SEO strategy for this niche. I am having hard time even to get the articles indexed in 48 hours, blog is 90 days old. I am using WordPress as CMS.