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Wondering how to monetize a blog? Blogging alone doesn't generate revenue unless you find a monetization strategy that works. Check out these tips.
Locked out of your WordPress admin dashboard? Don't panic, this is a fairly common problem. Follow these simple steps to quickly regain access.
Comments can be a great way to increase engagement and help SEO with user-generated content. Check out the 10 best WordPress comment plugins to get started.
This guide provides a brief explanation on WordPress iFrame embedding and gives a detailed guide on using them with and without plugins in WordPress.
Looking for the best contact form page design examples? Here are 12 best practices for contact form page design with examples + a bonus tip to boost conversions.
If you’ve landed on this post because you’re deciding whether to go with WordPress or Squarespace, let me make your decision easier for you: choose WordPress every time. While both provide a platform for you to build a website, they are vastly different. WordPress is used by more than 27% of all websites on the internet while Squarespace, on the other hand, powers 1.2 million websites. WordPress is available both as hosted and self-hosted options (we’ll dig into that further down), while Squarespace is available only as a hosted version.
'WordPress.com VS WordPress.org' is to make clear distinctions between these two platforms. The main difference between WP.com & WP.org is who hosts the site.
Wondering which famous brands use WordPress? We've put together a showcase of well over 50 examples of extremely well-known brands using WordPress in 2019...
One of the best things about using WordPress is that there's a plugin for nearly every feature under the sun. However, this can be a double-edged sword.
Jetpack is one of the most popular WordPress plugins, with over one million installs. Built by Automattic, the quasi-parent-company of WordPress, the
If you want a smart form in WordPress that uses conditional logic, here are some of your best options.
A lot of posts on this blog attempt to explain WordPress concepts and terminology, or at least those that are relevant to the post. And the WordPress Codex does a great job of explaining the concepts used by WordPress. But following lots of questions I’ve seen in comments on posts asking for definitions and explanations, I thought it would be useful to create a jargon buster for WordPress users and developers. So in this post I’ll attempt to define and explain some of the key concepts in WordPress. Some of these are more relevant for users, others for developers, and some for both.
Looking to migrate a WordPress site? Look no further. This guide shows you how to quickly and safely migrate WordPress site, using a plugin or manually.
Encrypt the communication between a browser and the server by adding free SSL certificate and https to protect your WordPress website security today.
Debunking the biggest myths about WordPress. We'll bury any and all doubts you might have about the powerful and flexible web platform that is WordPress.