WordPress Tips & Tutorials

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migrate

How to Properly Migrate WordPress From One Host to Another (Part-1)

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.

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Add Infinite Scroll to WordPress via a Plugin called Ajax Load More

Is there anything more addictive than the Facebook News Feed. I mean, I’m sitting here trying to write this post, but that addictive little bugger just keeps scrolling…and scrolling…and scrolling. Now, it’s 30 minutes later and I still haven’t started.

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How to Reset Your WordPress Website

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

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How to Create an Editorial Calendar That Helps You Blog Better

You’ve probably heard it over and over again: If you want your blog to be successful, you need to consistently put out content. You hear it because it’s true. Without a consistent flow of content, your blog is, unfortunately, primed to shrivel up and die. Note that consistency isn’t always the same as frequency. You could consistently publish content once per week. That’s not a high frequency, but it is a consistent output that your readers will become accustomed to.

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How to Watermark Your Images With WordPress – Bye Bye Image Thieves!

Image theft…Photographers have been dealing with it forever, but thanks to the Internet, it’s become easier than ever for thieves to take images. And it doesn’t just affect photographers anymore. Anyone who’s creating unique images knows the pain of unattributed image theft.

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The Right Way of Creating a WordPress Child Theme

Raise your hand if you have customized more than 5 WordPress sites. Keep it raised if it’s more than 10. If I get to 20, and your hand is still raised, then it’s hard for me to imagine that you haven’t used a child theme. Working with child themes is one of the best practices of overriding parent WordPress themes.

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How to Design Your WordPress Site – No Coding Skills Required

So you’ve got your WordPress site up and running. Everything’s okay under the hood, but you need to make it look awesome on the outside too. You don’t have any technical skills. So what’s next for you? Hire a designer to draw your layouts by code? Ask a developer to help you?

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How to Lazy Load Images and Speed Up Your WordPress Site

Speed is key on the Internet. Whether you want more conversions, more search traffic, or more satisfied users, it pays to optimize your WordPress site for speed. But if you’ve already checked off the big boxes like using a CDN and optimizing your image sizes, how can you eek out even more speed? One way is to implement lazy loading for your images.

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How to Set Up CloudFlare for WordPress – The Complete Guide

Page speed and security should be two issues on the mind of every WordPress site owner. We wrote a huge post about WordPress and page speed back in 2014. And since then, page speed has only gotten more important. Users want sites to load fast – 30% of people want sites to load in under one second. And if your site doesn’t, they’re probably going to go somewhere else.

WordPress Maintenance

WordPress Maintenance 101: Keep Your Site Running Smoothly

One of the great things about WordPress is how easy it makes running a website. But WordPress can’t do everything… You need to be a little proactive – here are some things you need to do on a regular basis to keep your site running smoothly. If you don’t, your site might slow down, be vulnerable to security attacks, lose contacts, or even drop in the search engines.

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How to Create WordPress Featured Images (if you’re not a designer)

I’m going to let you in on one of my deep, dark secrets: I’m a horrible designer. As someone who’s known for his spartan home decorating and fondness for white walls, calling me merely “design challenged” would be a compliment. But, because I know how important images are to blog posts, I try anyway.