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.
Do you run a blog with multiple writers? If so, here are 13 WordPress plugins that can help improve your workflow and manage your website more easily.
If you’ve always wanted to create your own WordPress theme but don’t have the coding skills or time to invest in learning, Layers is definitely for you.
Making sure your website has a responsive theme ensures that visitors will not be turned off or move on. Here are 3 WordPress plugins to help.
Ever wanted to add custom menu icons to your WordPress theme and improve the aesthetics of your website? You can easily do so with the Menu Icons plugin.
If you want to get your site indexed in Bing search results, here is how you can submit your WordPress site to Bing and have it index your site.
Other than responsive design, it is also important to add gesture support to your website for mobile devices. Here is how you can do so in WordPress.
Migrating your WordPress site? Duplicator allows you to easily clone and migrate WordPress sites without messing with a whole lot of complicated settings.
WordPress doesn’t come with a search and replace function. Luckily, there are several plugins that you can use. Let check them out.
It is easy to create WordPress multisite, but not the reverse. Here is how to return a child site of a multisite setup to a WordPress single site.
Creating a new WordPress theme is difficult, especially for end-users. Unyson is a free drag & drop framework for you to easily create WordPress theme.
Do you want to change your website URL structure? Here is how to properly change your WordPress permalink structure and URL redirect.
As we focus all our attention to post great content, we tend to make some mistakes on WordPress that can be fatal. Here are top 5 mistakes that every WordPress user should avoid making.
WordPress released the beta version of WordPress 4.0 that includes some new and improved features to improve back-end user experience. Let’s check out what’s new in this WordPress 4.0 Beta 1 Release.
When you click the Publish button in WordPress, it turns the article live without prompting. To overcome this, you can get it to show a confirmation message before publishing.
Rublon is a plugin that implements two factor authentication in WordPress, without you having to do the additional authentication step. Let see how it works.
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