In May 2017, one of the most popular and powerful CMSs (content management system) WordPress celebrated its 13th anniversary. It was exactly 13 years ago WordPress opened its virtual doors for Internet users from all over the world for the first time providing millions of opportunities for website creation. Read More…
Usually, the widgets screen in WordPress Dashboard displays you all the widgets you can use with your theme. However, it is really annoying that there are too many widgets which you may not need and they overload the work area on the screen. So, let’s check how it is possible to disable the unwanted widgets and make more room for the necessary ones.
Nowadays there are plenty of companies offering different opportunities to create a website for free. Almost all of new webmasters start creating their first Internet projects using free hosting. Doesn’t the idea of building a website without spending a cent sound attractive?
There are tons of stunning features provided by WordPress and their quantity growths with every update. Due to this fact, some of them could be hidden from your eye and don’t get as much attention as they deserve. So we decided to show you several WordPress features that you may have missed.
With no doubts, WordPress has a strong security level. However, let’s face it, no one is safe from hacker attacks. The worst thing is that website attack is usually not obvious at all and when you understand the site is hacked, the damage can be enormous.
If you are new to WordPress, it might be hard to figure out why something isn’t working as expected. But don’t worry, you can diagnose the most common issues by yourself. This kind of skill will definitely make your life easier in future and save you a lot of time.
Usually, after starting own site users forget about performing different checks in order to make sure that every smallest detail of the site is working correctly. As a rule, the checkings run right after something is already broken. Here we gathered a checklist of tasks which should be performed regularly in order to provide an excellent WordPress site.
Email newsletters have higher conversions than social media campaigns. Social media provide a great opportunity to interact with your users, keep them interested and engaged. But, no doubt, email newsletters have a higher reach. It doesn’t mean you shouldn’t promote your website using social media, it is just better to keep your focus on email list building. What is great, that you can boost email subscribers interacting with social media.