Category: WordPress

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What Is WordPress? WordPress 101, Explained for Beginners

“So what is WordPress, exactly?” – you might be wondering. The simplest answer is this: WordPress is your website’s operating system. Think of it this way, just like your smartphone needs either iOS or Android to work, your “smart-website” needs WordPress....

/ 11 December 2018

How to Enforce Secure Passwords on Your WordPress Website

We’re willing to bet that you probably know all about using secure passwords for your WordPress admin account. However, you can’t take for granted that other users will do the same. To make sure your site remains safe, you’ll want...

/ 11 December 2018
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What You Need to Know About Geotargeting in WordPress

Designing a WordPress website that appeals to your audience and effectively guides them through the user journey takes a lot of work. It’s not just the development of a user persona and sales funnel that has to be carefully thought...

/ 8 December 2018
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WordPress 5.0 Is Out! This Ultimate Cheat Sheet Has All You Need to Know About It

The WordPress user interface has changed a lot as well, but that’s a story for a whole different time. Actually … wait, we’ve done that one already! Here’s the evolution of WordPress UI, version by version. (Especially cool to look...

/ 7 December 2018
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How to Balance Your Mental Health and Success in WordPress

We’ve discussed burnout previously on the blog, but mental health remains an important topic due to the high-pressure nature of working within WordPress. Given that a half day was dedicated to this exact subject at the latest WordCamp Europe, it’s...

/ 4 December 2018
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10 alternative WordPress Theme Frameworks Of 2018

There are multiple ways in which WordPress allows users to work on site themes. It is completely a developer’s choice to scratch the code or go for the ready-made framework of WordPress themes. Though frameworks are great in making the...

/ 1 December 2018
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5 Essential Tools to Keep Your WordPress Content Marketing Strategy Organized

What’s the main purpose for owning a WordPress site? For some people, the goal is the website itself. They build it because they want to share something important with the audience. When it comes to business websites, however, the idea...

/ 30 November 2018
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A Practical Guide to Developing a WordPress Plugin

Lots of articles online discuss the ‘sexy’ side of development, such as coding strategies, framework choices, and other ‘fun’ elements. The more practical side of planning and developing WordPress solutions is less on display, although it can be just as...

/ 27 November 2018
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Tips and Tools Your WordPress Site Needs

WordPress powers 30 percent of the web. The CMS is incredibly powerful and easy to customize which makes it the perfect choice for anyone looking to make a new website. Whether you are building a blog or an enterprise site,...

/ 23 November 2018
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Benefits of Migrating from SharePoint to WordPress

Majority of the users are still using SharePoint and Office 365 for their work processes. But the time has come to adopt an alternate approach. The main reason for this migration is that it wasn’t easy for users to work...

/ 23 November 2018
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Icon Fonts in WordPress – What They Are and How to Use Them (Manually/Plugin)

Icon fonts can be a very useful tool for WordPress sites. They allow you to add symbols and images to your website without slowing it down. That and other reasons are why icon fonts have become popular in recent years....

/ 22 November 2018
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Why You Should Hire a WordPress Developer For Your Business

Of all the web platforms available today, WordPress is one of the fastest and easiest tools for creating a functional website in minutes. All you have to do is install the CMS and start adjusting your look to fit your...

/ 16 November 2018