Learning WordPress as an absolute beginner can be tough if you do not have a proper guideline. WordPress is very easy, easier than you might expect it to be. But if you don’t know how to start, and how to pace your workflow. One of the few reasons that worked in favor of WordPress for its popularity is how easy the whole system is.
WordPress has a staggering 32% market share of the whole web. That’s a very large number.
If you look at the CMS distribution in top million sites, WordPress comes first with a head start of 62%.
The best free Google Apps for Work (G Suite) alternative. Period.
Who doesn’t want a free business email address? It is always pleasing to eyes to use your domain name as your email address.
A business email address makes your business more authentic and conveys more credibility to your customers. Creating a free custom email address is also easier than it looks. If you know what you are doing, you can configure your free professional email address in less than five minutes.
Limit your WordPress Search Results by Category, Post Type or Post Title to offer users a better experience.
Search is great right? Can you even imagine a day today where you are not using Google search? However, searching was not always this easy.
The most popular search algorithm is the binary search algorithm. Binary search algorithm helps to show faster results because it follows the divide and conquer rule.
What does “divide and conquer” mean?
It means the search procedure does not go through every result iteratively. In each step, the total searchable data gets divided into half. You can watch the following video to have a quick overview of binary search algorithm.
Typography is an essential aspect of your website design. Elegant and beautiful typography provide users a better user experience, increase engagement to your site. This overall leaves a long lasting good impression.
Great WordPress blogging themes usually have built-in support for Google Web Fonts or custom font support. However, there are some excellent plugins to include external support for web fonts.
Review the your common Yoast SEO Settings mistakes!
If you are using WordPress, Chances are you are using an SEO plugin to boost your online presence. Today, we are covering how to install and set up one of the best WordPress plugins for SEO – Yoast SEO plugin by Team Yoast.
If you are not optimizing your content for search engines, you are missing out. We have previously covered the best WordPress SEO Guide 2019 where we discussed in-depth about the Do’s and Dont’s of WordPress SEO. In this article, we will illustrate the top 11 Yoast SEO settings mistakes which people regularly do.
Beginner’s guide on how to regenerate thumbnails or additional image sizes in WordPress.
Have you ever changed themes and found out that all of your images are broken? Have you noticed that without proper image sizes or featured images your site looks out of the place?
This happens because when you switch your theme, the thumbnails do not change sizes with the theme. Pixel perfect thumbnails can make your website get more attention from your readers and provide a great user experience to your readers. [Also read: Best WordPress Themes for Bloggers]. Proper thumbnails with the help of WordPress Thumbnail plugins can encourage your readers to get engaged and spend more time on your website. More time on your website eventually contributes to reduce your bounce rate and increase the conversation rate.
Make sure your content looks great on every screen with SVG in WordPress.
Do you want to add the lesser known image format SVG in WordPress sites? You have come to the right place.
WordPress has built-in support for many multimedia types including image, audio, and video file formats such as jpeg, png, gif, jpg, mp3, mp4, etc. However, WordPress does not have out of the box support for SVG. In this article, we will cover how to embed SVG in WordPress easily.
How to Easily Embed SVG in WordPress?
There are a few ways. If you do not want to know the potential security risk of SVG, or what is SVG, how it works then skip to the last part of this article where we have written in detail about how to embed SVG in WordPress.