When it comes to compelling your visitors to visit other parts or content on your website, having a “related posts” section can do wonders. Think of it as a chain of content that, if you’re lucky or organized, can draw your readers or visitors into a never-ending loop of content. Thankfully, these posts can be done manually or with the help of related posts plugins. Both are easy methods.
Whether you’re maintaining a personal blog, putting together a portfolio, or building a business website, security is paramount. As a platform, WordPress is hit more than almost any other by cybercriminals. Don’t worry, though. Securing your site is actually a lot easier than you’d expect.
Security can be overwhelming. Even a user-friendly content management system (CMS) like WordPress is, when you look under the hood, fairly technically complex (at least for a layperson). At the same time, it’s not something you can afford to ignore, even if you’re just using WordPress to host a simple digital portfolio.[Read more…]
In today’s era, impressive online experiences are crucial to building a loyal fan base. Although a positive digital experience can lead to the defense of the brand, those which do not meet expectations on things like site speed can lead a prospect running the other way.[Read more…]
A website, new or old must always have its own mobile version especially if it wants to rank well in search engines. Studies have proven that mobile internet users have already overtaken desktop or computer internet users; that means you can go a long way when you convert your website into an app.[Read more…]
Building your own blog community is tough busywork. Not only do you have to ensure that your content flow is consistent enough to keep them interested in your website, but you also have to take care of them once they’re staying. One of the best ways to do the latter is to legitimize them with user profile plugins for WordPress.[Read more…]
Your website speed determines how your website viewers will initially react; will they be seeing your slick website interface or a loading screen in the first two seconds? If it’s the latter, then your website might be in bigger trouble than you think– there’s a big chance your audience has already left. When it comes to that, image optimizer plugins for WordPress can be a solution.[Read more…]
Why settle for the WordPress default login page when you have the option to customize it? If you’re running a blog that allows users to register or it’s a WordPress membership site, or you have an e-commerce blog, you can leverage the benefits that a customized login page can give.[Read more…]
If it can happen to your computer occasionally, then it will certainly happen to your WordPress website, perhaps more often. Malware or other viruses and infections or cyber-attacks are a huge mess. Cleaning them us is often tedious too and disheartening. Still, we’re here to help you clean a WordPress malware infection in the simplest way possible.[Read more…]
New things are often frowned upon since a sudden and drastic change can disrupt routine and many other comforts we used to enjoy. WordPress’ Gutenberg update is one of those things; it scrapped the WYSIWIG editor (Classic) for a shinier Gutenberg Block Editor. It’s new, sleek, and it also caused a lot of chaos among writers who preferred the good ole reliable WYSIWIG.[Read more…]
Building up a subscriber base is for your blog or website is easy until you actually get too many of them. As it turns out, winning their attention is only half the battle, the other half is keeping it, meaning taking care of your audience in pretty much all aspects, including security. For that, you’ll need help in the form of WordPress membership plugins.[Read more…]