This article will explain why a child theme is necessary for making customisations on your WordPress website and show you how to create one.
If you have more than one WordPress blog and want to manage them from your desktop, check out the new WordPress desktop app.
Have you ever found the WordPress dashboard too clunky or lacking in functionality? Try one of these WordPress admin plugins. They’re sure to help!
Since many businesses host their websites on WordPress, it’s only natural to have scheduling plugins available for prospective clients to make bookings and reservations. Here are five of them to check out.
With all the WordPress plugins readily available, it can be hard to find the best ones. This article shares 16 of the best free Wordpress plugins you won’t want to miss.
Some website owners dread 404 pages while others use them as their creative outlets and come up with really fun and amazing results. If you want to design a fun 404 page for your WordPress site, this tutorial will help.
You can improve the speed and performance of WordPress by making regular cleanups of your database. Here are some plugins to clean up the WordPress database.
Looking to speed up the loading time of your articles? Here are some image optimization tips for WordPress to help give your visitors a better experience.
Looking to build your email list? Here are 5 the best WordPress plugins to help you generate leads for your website.
One way to protect your website from spam and bots is to add Captcha. Here are some of the best Captcha plugins for WordPress that you should check out.
Gravity Forms is one of the highly regarded premium WordPress plugins for adding any type of form to your website. However, it’s a bit expensive. If you are looking for free alternatives, read on!
If you’re familiar with the Genesis theme for WordPress, you know that it has a bare bones look. Luckily there are many great plugins to enhance and customize it.
Starting a new WordPress site and wondering which plugins are best? We’ve compiled 11 plugins that are essential for new WordPress installations.
Have more than one WordPress site? Looking for an easy way to manage them? This tutorial shows how to easily manage multiple WordPress sites using ManageWP.
WPScan is a Ruby-based WordPress security scanner that runs from the command line. Here’s how to use it to audit WordPress security and detect vulnerabilities.
If you have a WordPress powered site, it’s extremely important to make regular backups in case of emergency. Here are 5 WordPress backup plugins to do the job.
Keep yourself updated and receive email notifications of any security vulnerabilities found in your WordPress site. Here is how you can do so.
Due to its popularity, WordPress sites have been a target of spammers and hackers. Here are 5 plugins that will boost your site’s security and protect you.