Category: WordPress

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 felt like that was a...

/ 25 October 2018

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 trouble might lie in caching! To...

/ 24 October 2018

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 life.” I get it, it...

/ 24 October 2018

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 they’re controversial. In a nutshell,...

/ 23 October 2018

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 it. What is a slug?...

/ 21 August 2018

What is WordPress?

WordPress is a CMS, which stands for Content Management System. Starting out as a blog platform, it’s now widely used to build websites of all sorts and types. The platform’s popularity is mostly attributed to the fact that it’s free,...

/ 3 August 2018

What is the difference between tags and categories?

Tags and categories help us structure our content. You can often find these in the visual metadata at for instance blog posts, or in a list of clickable links in the sidebar of a website. Tags are sometimes represented as...

/ 4 April 2018

The beginner’s guide to Yoast SEO

Imagine you have a website but know nothing about SEO. But you’ve heard about Yoast SEO and people have told you it’s a great tool for effortlessly optimizing your site and its pages for Google, Bing, and Yandex. So you...

/ 13 March 2018

Planning your website like your holiday

Planning your website is much like planning your holiday. If you rush into things, your hotel might be crappy, the surroundings without anything to do, and you might even pay way too much for it. Here, I’ll explain the process...

/ 29 May 2017