Category: WordPress

The Silicon Dales Guide to Updating WordPress

Table of Contents WordPress is used by 30% of websites – even in a sample of the top million websites. It’s popular and it works. In order to keep up with a changing world, the

5 of the Best Customer Acquisition Strategies for Your WordPress Site

If you sell products or services from your WordPress site, attracting new customers will be a number-one priority. There are so many techniques you can use, however, that it can be easy to get lost

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Should You Pay for WordPress Security? 8 Factors to Consider

Should you pay for WordPress security? That’s probably a question a lot of website owners ask themselves. After all, much of the allure of the WordPress platform is its price tag: zero. It’s one of

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Why WordPress is the Most Adaptable and Inventive Platform Out There

When it comes to Content Management Systems, nothing can be more versatile than WordPress. That is the reason why almost 30 percent of all the sites on the web are powered by WordPress. Ever since

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November WordPress Comics #Freelancing #WordPressThemes #Debugging

Hey guys! You know what’s great about the end of daylight savings? We get another hour to read comics. And this month, we have another clutch of cartoons that poke fun at the weird and

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Tips to Set Up WooCommerce on WordPress

Ecommerce has redefined the shopping experiences of people and has offered an abundance of convenience to select and buy a product. Because it’s so easy to use, more and more ecommerce businesses are choosing to set

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How to Turn Your WordPress Blog Into a Book

You have a lot to say, so you’ve put it all into a blog, pouring out your heart, soul and knowledge. Then, you notice that some bloggers have books as well. That seems like the

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Getting Started With React Unit Testing For WordPress Development

When I first looked at Vue vs React, I chose VueJS. One of the reasons was that I felt like Vue was a better choice was the complexity of React classes and life-cycle events. I

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4 of the Best Caching Plugins for WordPress, Plus Which One to Pick

As your WordPress site grows, you may notice a dip in its performance. Even after all your efforts, if there hasn’t been a significant improvement in the efficiency of your website, the answer to your

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WordPress Site Not Ranking in Google? Here are 13 Possible Reasons Why

Do you ever find yourself thinking something like, “Why is my WordPress site not ranking in Google? I have done everything right! I even installed an SEO plugin! Why is this happening!? I hate my

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WordPress Pingbacks and Trackbacks Explained, Plus Why to Disable Them

If you’re a perceptive user, you may have noticed a setting in your dashboard relating to WordPress pingbacks and trackbacks. However, there’s a good chance you have no idea what these techniques are, or why

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What is a slug and how to optimize it?

In SEO, we often talk about creating the right slug for a page. But what is this really? And why should you optimize it? In this post, we’ll explain all you need to know about

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