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.
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.
One of the key benefits of WordPress is its extensibility. Your WordPress site is yours to customize—and thanks to plugins, customization is a breeze. There are two main methods you can use to install a WordPress plugin, and we’ll cover both of them in this tutorial.
WordPress themes are like magic. With just a couple of clicks, you can completely overhaul your website’s appearance without affecting your content or editing a single line of code—simply by installing a new theme.
One of the first things I do with any new WordPress site is customize the permalink structure, which determines what your post URLs look like. This can have a big impact not only on the appearance of your links, but also on your SEO.
Left- and right-aligned images look beautiful on desktop browsers, but sometimes with responsive WordPress themes you end up with something like this: Yuck. Because of the skinny portrait-style image, the…
WordPress provides built-in functionality to align images left, right, and center, but it relies on your theme to render those images properly. If you find that your images are not…
A great way to improve your website’s security (and give yourself a minor SEO boost) is by implementing SSL encryption and delivering your pages via HTTPS. In the past, this…
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