WordPress dominates the global market of content management systems (CMS). Its tremendous popularity makes it a lure for malicious actors. The WordPress Core in its current state is fairly secure by design, which explains the relatively small number of hacks […]
It is hard enough getting people to visit your website or blog, so once you get them, keep them with internal links to related posts. Here are some tips and a plugin to help.
A problem that affects some people is fuzzy photos on their WordPress website or blog. They struggle to make images sharp and nothing works, so what is the cause? Here are some solutions.
It is great to try out new themes, widgets and layouts in WordPress and refresh its look, but it can mess with your widgets. Use a simple plugin to save widgets and reload them anytime.
Menus, buttons and links are essential for enabling people navigate websites and here I show how to do amazing things with buttons you never realised you could do. Use these new WP tools.
How to provide PDF files, worksheets, templates and other files for download on your WordPress website or blog. How to password protect downloads or restrict them to members of your site.
FTP (file transfer protocol) utilities are a great way to access the files on your WordPress website or blog, but what if you can’t or don’t want to use one. These plugins are the solution.
The black bar at the top of WordPress blogs and websites when logged into the site is annoying and distracting. Hide it for your site members, subscribers or even yourself the easy way.
A backup of your website of blog is essential and the obvious way to do it is by using a WordPress plugin. However, it is not the only way and a DIY method offers both speed and security.
WordPress websites need regular maintenance to keep them up to date and running smoothly without errors. Here are a dozen maintenance tasks you should be performing. How many do you do?