WooCommerce is a popular ecommerce platform because of its simplicity and the high performance. However, as experts will tell you, the real performance of a WooCommerce store comes from the underlying hosting infrastructure that powers it. In many instances, the hosting solution is the make-or-break decision that determines the success of a WooCommerce store. Another … The post How to Choose the Host for Your WooCommerce Website appeared first on Torque.
Why the need for AMP-ready WordPress themes? Well, the short answer is statistics! It’s no secret that mobile devices dominate most people’s internet usage – more than 52% of all global web pages have been served to mobile phones in 2018! The majority of visitors to your website are therefore more likely to visit on their phones, tablets, or laptops rather than from a desktop computer. This has a number of implications for the way your site should be designed.
With the upcoming WordPress 5.0 update, you’ll be working with the new Gutenberg editor and have a ton more options for getting your posts to look the way you want them to. For webmasters, this means …
More and more people are ditching their desktops for phones and tablets. If your site doesn’t display properly on mobile, you run the risk at falling behind your competitors. According to Global Product Partnership, Barb Palsner, the median mobile web experience has grown almost 1,000 percent in the last eight years. That is a staggering … The post Making Mobile Web a Priority appeared first on Torque.
Struggling with how to add your site to Google Search Console? Or maybe you’re still not sure what this Google Search Console thing even is? Either way, I’m here to help. I’ll start with a brief introduction to what Google Search Console is and how it can benefit your WordPress site (or really any type … Read moreHow To Add Your WordPress Site To Google Search Console (5 Easy Methods)
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WordPress is the most popular website platform in the world, which makes it a top-drawer consideration when building a new site. However, if you’re unfamiliar with this Content Management System (CMS), you ask the question: …
We’re willing to bet that you’re always on the lookout for ways to drive more traffic to your site. In addition, keeping that traffic around long enough to experience a solid chunk of your content is vital. However, it can be a challenge to find easy ways to accomplish both of those goals. While there … The post How to Develop a Strong Internal Linking Structure for Your Website (4 Key Tips) appeared first on Torque.
Looking for the best WordPress plugins for blogs? There are all kinds of essential WordPress plugins that every single WordPress site needs. And then there are certain plugins that make an especially great option for bloggers. In this post, I aim to cover both types of plugins so that you can set your blog up … Read more14 Best WordPress Plugins For Blogs And Bloggers In 2018
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Doc Pop’s WordPress News Drop is a weekly report on the most pressing WordPress news. When the news drops, I will pick it up and deliver it right to you. In this week’s News Drop we have an in-depth conversation with Josh Pollock about React, Gutenberg, and his predictions for WordPress. Josh is the founder/lead-developer … The post Doc Pop’s News Drop: A chat with Josh Pollock about React, Gutenberg, and his WordPress predictions appeared first on Torque.
The Internet gives companies and individuals access to people they would not reach otherwise, even letting them reach out to people in different states and countries around the world. It also gives a sense of authority, whether you are an individual who is trying to build a portfolio or offering a service online or a … The post Why Every Business Needs a WordPress Site appeared first on Torque.
This week, there’s a lot of news and articles about how accessibility has been handled in Gutenberg, including the resignation of the WordPress accessibility team lead. We also published two huge guides – one for WordPress SEO, and another with tips for working more productively with the upcoming Gutenberg Editor. And if you’ve ever struggled … Read moreWeekly WordPress News: WordPress Accessibility Team Lead Resigns
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Use Dynamic Content Inside The Divi Builder All Divi module content inputs now support the use of Dynamic Content, allowing you to build dynamic modules that display information pulled from your database. Today we are introducing Dynamic Content to Divi, a much anticipated feature that allows you to turn any Divi module into a dynamic […]
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If you’ve made the decision to boost your marketing efforts by adding HubSpot to your WordPress site, you have taken the first step to improving your organization’s marketing capabilities. After you’ve installed the plugin, which adds HubSpot tracking code to your WordPress site and creates subscribers from non-HubSpot forms on your site, it’s time to … The post 3 Ways to Make the Most Out of a HubSpot/WordPress Integration appeared first on Torque.
Regardless of if you are an experienced project manager or a developer who just started out, prototyping remains the core of every project you take on. Prototyping is the procedure of developing a preliminary version of the final web product in order to see how everything will look before going live. Creating a prototype is … The post Best Wireframe & Prototype Tools for setting up a Website appeared first on Torque.
Struggling to make your choice between SiteGround vs Bluehost for hosting? In this post, we’ll offer a data-backed comparison of these two popular hosts. Beyond a general comparison of each host’s functionality and pricing, we’ll …
When I first saw the terms, “headless WordPress hosting” and “WordPress to static,” I didn’t know what to make of it. I was like those poor Westworld hosts saying, “doesn’t look like anything to me.” Nevertheless, the idea – also known as serverless WordPress – is quickly catching on, and we now have two exciting companies aiming to bring serverless WordPress to the masses.
In my last post for Torque, I wrote about how WordPress with the new Gutenberg editor uses React. I also gave my opinion on if WordPress developers need to learn React. While you do not need to know React to create Gutenberg blocks, I laid out a few reasons why it might make sense for … The post React Basics For WordPress Developers appeared first on Torque.