By default, WordPress doesn’t have options to create and insert tables to posts. Here is a simple way for you to add tables to WordPress posts.
You can call it gimmicky, but the parallax effect in web design is here to stay. Here’s how you can add the parallax effect to your WordPress site.
If you have created valuable content in WordPress and want it to get social traction, one of the best ways is to use a social locker. Let’s see how it works.
There are many debates about www vs. non-www URL. Find out all the differences here and learn how to add “www” to your domain in WordPress.
Large, uncompressed images can slow down a WordPress website. Here is how you can restrict/reduce the image upload size in WordPress and make your site go faster.
There are millions of WordPress plugins. How do you choose the best one for your site? This guide shows you the things you should do to evaluate the usefulness of a plugin.
There are dozens of social media plugins for WordPress, each with a different purpose. Here are 7 of the best social media plugins that are worth trying.
Adding a Featured Image to a WordPress post requires you to physically upload the image. What if you want to use an external image as the featured image? Here’s how.
Looking to spice up the plain old text in your WordPress site? This WordPress plugin allows you to easily add cool CSS3 animations to your content.
While WordPress comes with a default set of user roles, it may not be sufficient for most of you. Here’s how you can create custom WordPress user roles.
If your WordPress site has a lot of videos, here are seven great WordPress video plugins to try.
A multilingual site can drives more traffic, but manually translating your content into multiple languages is overkill. Fortunately, there are WordPress translation plugins you can use to translate your content and/or manage the translations.
A WordPress auto update can be useful, but it can also break things if you are not careful. Learn the best ways to manage automatic WordPress updates without breaking your site.
WordPress’s login URL is easy to remember and also easy for hackers to target. For added security, it is advisable to change the WordPress login URL. Here’s the steps.
Managing comments in WordPress can be a very tedious task. Here are 7 of the best plugins to manage comments in WordPress to make your job easier.
With Google placing more emphasis on HTTPS sites, it’s more important to add SSL to your site. Here’s how you can get SSL for free for your WordPress site.
WordPress is bundled with a comprehensive User Management System that allows you to control the amount of permissions that a user has on your website. Here’s how the user roles system works.
Content is the meat and potatoes of any blog. Follow along in this section of our Mastering WordPress series to learn about adding content / creating blog posts.