PHP is essential to WordPress and it is what powers your website. It is the engine if you like. Wouldn’t you like a more powerful engine? Here’s how to upgrade PHP, but don’t go too far.
Anyone with a website wants to know how many people visit it and which articles are read the most. Google Analytics is the obvious way to discover this, but Koko Analytics has advantages.
When building a WordPress site, customizing the design, adding themes and plugins, and so on, you will want to show a Coming Soon, Maintenance Mode or Under Construction page. Here’s how.
It is easy to provide your blog or website visitors with downloadable files, but to go beyond the basics and count downloads, password protect them and more, there are some great plugins.
When something goes wrong with your WordPress website or blog, you want to know the cause. Monitor activity on your WordPress site and see what changes have been made in an activity log.
If you have a WordPress website or blog, notify visitors with popup messages, offers, newsletter subscriptions and more. This easy guide shows how to create popups that appear to visitors.
Sometimes you need to replace an image that you have used on your WordPress website or blog. How do you do that when it is used across multiple posts and pages? With a plugin of course.
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.