As a beginner or being new to the world of websites. You might have heard the term WordPress and may be wondering what WordPress is. This guide explains it.
Images are an essential part of the website therfore it is important to know how to upload them correctly. A quick and easy guide is provided in this blog.
Simple and easy tutorial on adding social media feed to your WordPress Website. Includes Instagram, Facebook and Twitter feeds.
There are many opinions about what can be slowing the website down. In order to build the website speed, there are few musts that business/website owners need to look at. In this article, we will try to share the thing we know might help your WordPress website speed.
When it was first developed back in 2003, WordPress was originally intended to be used as a blogging platform, and it certainly works very well as one, however, it didn’t take long before the blogging community, and many others, realised that in fact WordPress could also be used for a very different purpose. WordPress was [...]
Adding contributors to your WordPress website is easy to do. All you need to do is click on ‘People’, and then ‘Add’ in your My Sites Menu, whereby you type the user’s email address or their username for WordPress. But, think carefully before performing this simple task - is this something you should do? Below, [...]
WordPress is easily one of the most popular and influential blogging and content management systems for websites available online today. And while it has loads of great features and offers fantastic flexibility to users there is, unfortunately, a range of capabilities that are lacking from the core software. However, these missing functionalities can be found [...]
When a friend of mine asked for suggestions on what he should use to create a new site, I suggested WordPress. It is well supported, has an amazing community, and a ton of free themes and plugins to choose from. After getting WordPress installed on a new web hosting account, I left him be to [...]
Just like any software, websites require maintenance to keeping the site working properly. Avoiding website maintenance is like not having regular oil changes on your vehicle. You wouldn’t drive your car very long if you didn’t look after its maintenance, would you? Well, the same process is true for your website. Your website should always [...]
It happened to everyone, at least once: you're experiencing an issue on your WordPress website. A new plugin you installed that conflicts with your installation, a custom code your wrongly added in the functions.php file. Whatever could go wrong, it did. At that moment, we find ourself sweating bullets because we think we've broken our [...]