Are you looking to speed up your WordPress site? If you’ve already ran through our other WordPress performance tips, another way to speed up your site is to integrate a content delivery network (CDN). In this post, I’ll show step by step how to set up your very own WordPress CDN using KeyCDN. While KeyCDN … Read more
You know what sucks? When your emails show up in your intended recipients’ spam folders. You’re sending content that needs to be seen, but the Internet gatekeepers are sending it straight to junk. It’s annoying. But as anyone who has tried to receive Contact Form 7 emails at their Gmail account can attest to, it happens far too often with emails sent by your WordPress site.
How do you make changes to your WordPress site? Do you “think” of a way to improve your site, make a major change, and call it a day? If so, you’re probably doing it all wrong. Making changes to your website without testing them is dangerous business. You’ll never know for sure whether your change was one step forward or two steps back.
SSL stands for Secure Sockets Layer. It is an encryption-based technology to securely exchange of information between a website and visitor. Aside from encrypting the data exchanged, it also ensures the authenticity of a website to your visitors. Millions of websites use SSL for website security. It is an integral element of website security. If you care about site user experience and security, you need SSL — it’s really that
I think we all have probably experienced this…You share a post on social media. A post you put a ton of thought and time into. But when it comes to engagement on social media, all you hear is the faint sound of crickets. Zero. Zilch. Nada. Is it because your post just wasn’t interesting? Unfortunately, that’s always a possibility. But it’s far more likely that your followers just didn’t see your post.
Migrating your WordPress website from one host to another is often a daunting task. You don’t want to mess up anything. However, you still have to migrate for one reason or another. Surely, you can pay a professional freelancer to do the job but where’s the fun in that? Fear of downtime and data loss are two major factors that discourage people to not carry out the migration themselves.
If you have ever wanted to start all over again with your WordPress website, but are not sure how to get back to your default settings, you are in the right place. But why would you want to erase all of your hard work and start over again? Well, there are several reasons why you … Read more
WordPress is a popular CMS because it is easy to use. That is why a lot of beginners are turning to it for building dynamic websites. The challenges that a WordPress beginner faces while choosing a WordPress security solution are quite significant. Because the WordPress community is overwhelmed with so many security solutions to choose from.