Have you ever wondered where WordPress stores posts and pages? It’s a bit counterintuitive, especially if you’re not familiar with how WordPress works.
When you’re shopping for a premium WordPress theme, you’ll likely run into all sorts of pricing structures. Some developers sell themes for a simple flat price, while others offer multiple license tiers, add-ons, and even subscriptions. It can be quite confusing.
If you expect your website to drive significant traffic, you need to be sure it won’t slow to a crawl when visitors start pouring in. And if you’ve ever encountered a slow WordPress site, you’re probably wondering: can WordPress handle heavy traffic?
Search engines like Google are an essential traffic source for almost every website. If you’re considering WordPress for a new site, you may be wondering how well it plays with search engines.
In this guide, we’ll take a look at what the WordPress Heartbeat API is, what it does, and how you can easily control its functionality to optimize your site’s performance.
In this post, we’ll take a look at the SEO implications of WordPress tags. Can you get an SEO boost by tagging your posts with relevant keywords?