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.
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 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?
We seem to be living in the golden age of online video, with more and more brands and creators using video to engage their audiences. If you use WordPress, you may be wondering: can WordPress host videos, or do you need to use a third-party platform like YouTube?
End of content
End of content