If you’re planning to start a blog, you should definitely consider using WordPress to build it. Since its release in 2003, WordPress has become the leading content management system (CMS) for blogs.
WordPress supports both static homepages and post feed homepages. But what’s the difference, and which one is right for your website?
While there are plenty of fully functional CMSs available to download and use, none are more effective than WordPress. It’s a wildly popular CMS that can help you build a better website for your business in a number of ways.
Have you encountered an all-white screen when attempting to access or log in to your WordPress website? Known as the white screen of death, this is a common technical error that can cripple your website’s performance.
In this article, we cover why you might want to downgrade WordPress, as well as exactly how to do it—both manually (in case you can’t access your dashboard), and automatically via a plugin.
The alt and title attributes are two commonly used HTML attributes for images. In this article, we cover everything you need to know about each of them.