Archive for the ‘Wordpress’ Category

An Introduction to WordPress Child Themes

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Among the top features of WordPress is the ability to build a great-looking website even if you’re not a designer. Through the use of third-party themes, just about anyone with a bit of technical knowledge can create something that both looks and fun...

Dealing With Outdated WordPress Plugins

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WordPress has been around for nearly a decade and a half. While that’s a pretty good run in terms of longevity, it also means that there are probably some websites still around from its earlier days. Personally, I’ve been working with WP for about ...

How to Add Conditional Logic to Your WordPress Theme

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Building a website with WordPress provides great flexibility with what you can do in terms of both design and functionality. And, as you get deeper into theme development, you’ll find that there are times when you need to target a specific pag...

10 of the Best WordPress Themes for 2018 Sponsored

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“Content is King” still holds true when one speaks of what is necessary for a business’s website. Especially, if it is to attract and engage visitors, and encourage them to respond to a call to action. An attractive website and one th...

10 Up-and-Coming WooCommere Plugins

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With WooCommerce powering over 40% of all ecommerce sites, there has been an explosion of plugins built to take advantage of it. Of course, there has been an impressive library of “official” extensions for quite some time. But we shouldn’t overlo...

Playing Whack-a-Mole With WordPress Security

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Securing a website in this day in age (even a small one) is increasingly becoming more difficult. And if you’re using WordPress, you might as well have a big old bullseye on your back. Between nefarious people and relentless bots, every minute of eve...

The 8 Best Related Post Plugins For WordPress

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There’s no denying it: WordPress rules. The CMS has so many plugins, ranging from custom forms to more complex usability features. Even better is that most of them are totally free. If you run a blog on WordPress, then you probably know about their m...

WordPress User Survey Data for 2015-2017

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A grand total of 77,609 responses from WordPress users and professionals collected by Automattic between 2015 and 2017. The stats for 2015 and 2016 have been shared at the annual State of the Word address and 2017 marks the first time they have been pu...

Adding SSL to Your WordPress Website

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With security continuing to be a primary concern for all involved, utilizing SSL on a WordPress website is becoming more common every day. In fact, according to Matt Mullenweg’s annual “State of the Word” address for 2017, the amount of WordPress...