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?
If your website or blog has contributors, guest posters or more than one person writing articles for it, you need an author box. Even if you are the sole writer, you need an author box.
Whether you love or hate Gutenberg editor in WordPress, there is no escaping it. You may as well get used it. Add blocks and new features to extend it and make it a more useful post editor.
The trend towards longer web articles to ensure they cover a subject thoroughly introduces a navigation problem. How does the reader find everything? Easy, just insert a table of contents.
Do you need to use nofollow, sponsored or ugc links in your website or blog posts? Why do you need them? How do you create them? These questions are answered here: Learn to use these Google hints.
What tool do you use for your keyword analysis? How do you find great keywords for your web articles to boost search ranking? Here I look at some Chrome extensions with the info you need.
Most images on web pages are borderless, but on some occasions you may want a border, perhaps to separate an image from the background. Let’s see how to add borders to images in WordPress.
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