A WordPress theme is what makes a blog truly stand out. Follow along in this section of our Mastering WordPress series to learn about installing themes on your blog.
Managing thousands of links on your WordPress site is a nightmare if you don’t have the right plugins. Here are some WordPress plugins for you to better manage your links.
You don’t need to spend a lot of money to add premium features to your site. With Shortcode Ultimate, you can easily add premium features to your WordPress site.
It is pretty easy to build up your subscriber list in WordPress. Here’s one of the best tools to add popups, options and calls to action to WordPress.
Want to start a WordPress blog but are not sure how to get started? This step-by-step guide will set you up with web hosting and show you how to get WordPress installed in minutes.
The Flesch-Kincaid readability score is absolutely essential. Either your readers will understand and enjoy your content or they’ll get confused … and leave.
Checking for broken links is one of the most tedious, yet necessary, tasks for your site. Luckily, there are tools to automate this. WordPress users can use these plugins to check for broken links.
If you are a web owner, one of the ways to attract a reader’s attention is to use moving, typewriter-like texts. WordPress users can achieve this typing effect with Typed Js.
You cannot use markdown in WordPress, as it doesn’t come with native markdown support. Luckily there are plugins you can use to add markdown functionality to WordPress.
If you have a blog with a custom domain name at WordPress.com, you can set up email forwarding in WordPress.com to redirect your email to a personal mailbox. Here’s how to do it.
There are plenty of ways to create a landing page in WordPress. If you are not aware, check out this list to learn how.
One of the newest ways for retaining visitors and getting them to come back regularly is by using push notifications. Follow this guide to add push notifications to your WordPress site.
You will always receive the WordPress Upgrade Notification whenever a new WordPress version is released. Here is how you can hide the WordPress upgrade notification for all users
By default, WordPress is using MD5 hashing to protect your password. Here is how you can improve WordPress password security by using bcrypt hashing.
When someone comments on your WordPress site, their IP address is recorded automatically. Luckily, you can stop storing the IP address in comments. Here’s how.
Running a multi-author Wordpress blog and want to assign specific categories to authors? Here’s how to restrict authors’ access to certain categories.
Every WordPress site comes with its own .htaccess configuration file. Here are 7 .htaccess rules you should add to your WordPress site.
Looking to reduce the image size of your site? Try Optimus for WordPress to optimize your uploaded images.