Are you thinking about using WordPress to build your website, but aren’t sure about its security? If you’ve ever heard horror stories about hacked, malware-infected WordPress sites, you may have…
When search engines crawl your website after a server migration, they will notice its IP address has changed. Should you be concerned about a potential loss of rankings?
These days, anyone can launch a blog in a matter of hours or less, but building a successful blog is quite another matter, and one that requires a great deal more time and perseverance.
With 56,000 official plugins in the WordPress directory and thousands more available from third-party vendors, it’s hard not to wonder about security. In this article, we’ll cover the specific steps you can take to keep your website safe from plugin-related security issues.
In this guide, we’ll go through what it actually costs to build a website from the ground up, dissecting each of those costs piece by piece to help you create an affordable website you’re proud to show the world.
WordPress supports both static homepages and post feed homepages. But what’s the difference, and which one is right for your website?
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.
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