So you’ve finished installing WordPress on your site and are wondering what to do next. You may consider installing plugins or start publishing content on your site.
But there is work to do on the back end of your WordPress site before you start working on the front end.
Imagine that you have just bought a new mobile phone. Are you starting to use it right out of the box? Of course not. Because you want your contacts, photos, and other personal information on your new phone. A fresh WordPress installation is similar to our phone.
The fundamental technical aspects of any site, large or small, are the same.
WordPress is the world’s most popular and most used content management system. So, it’s no surprise that users experience many hacks and malware infiltration. As a WordPress user, you need to secure your website adequately.
Hackers use different methods to take advantage of websites, and you most likely can’t be prepared for all their tricks. However, malware is the most common cyber issue you’ll face as a WordPress site owner. Hence, rather than having to call on a professional every time there’s a malware attack, it’s important to know how to remove malware from your WordPress site yourself.
Are you seeing a critical error on your WordPress site?
WordPress in some cases shows you a message that “There has been a critical error on your website. Please check your site admin email inbox for instructions.” It will also include a link to debug in the WordPress manual.
In this guide, we will show you how to fix a critical error in WordPress easily. We will also talk about what causes this error and how to avoid it.
Inform the client about a new service, invite them to an event, and tell them that the goods have been delivered to the store. All of this is done through email marketing. But emails do not always reach the recipients. Instead of being in the inbox, they end up in spam, and this further damages the reputation of the business.
We explain why emails end up in the Spam folder and how to fix it.
BuddyBoss is a premium WordPress plugin that allows users to create online communities on their websites, including interactive features such as online forums and private groups. It also has options for private messaging and connecting with members, just like other social media platforms. It can be well integrated with Learndash to create online courses. BuddyBoss is a complete replacement for the previous WordPress plugin, BuddyPress. In a recent update, we’ve extended the functionality of the BestWebSoft reСaptcha plugin for better interaction and protection of the BuddyBoss registration form from spam and bots.
The PDF & Print plugin from BestWebSoft continues to be a unique solution on the market for generating documents from web pages. In this quick guide, we’ll show you how to take advantage of compatibility with the popular Advanced Custom Fields plugin.
Without a doubt, Facebook is a powerful channel for marketing purposes. In fact, 91% of B2B sellers and 96% of B2C sellers currently use it for advertising and marketing.
The success of your social media marketing strategy depends on interaction, usually in the form of likes, comments, or shares. But high participation rates are easier said than done.
One way to increase engagement for your Facebook business page is to embed it on your website, which can increase the number of likes and comments on your posts without driving viewers away from your site.
Here is a quick guide on how to embed a Facebook feed on a WordPress website. So if you host your website on WordPress this info will be very useful!