5 Significant Things To Consider While Developing A WordPress Website

When it comes to creating an innovative yet eye-catching website, most developers prefer WordPress. Launched in 2003, today WordPress has become the most preferred content management software among developers. From coding integrity, plugins management, functionality and appearance to navigation, a lot goes into developing an amazing website. And, WordPress provides almost everything that you need to get this. Nevertheless, it is no just enough to launch a site and hope that visitors will come. You actually need to make some strategies and put efforts to make an engaging website that will keep the users coming back. Here are 5 things

5 Essential Tips To Take Your WordPress Website To The Next Level

Are you willing to take your business website to the next level? If you have been a small business owner for a past few years, maybe your site has been not performing well. However, your website could benefit with refreshed content, engaging images, and SEO optimization. Here, are 5 simple yet significant modifications that you can make to take your website to the next level. 1. Internal Linking Internal link is a hyperlink that goes from one page on a domain to a different page with the same domain. It allows users to navigate your website. It is an SEO

Top 4 e-Commerce Plugins To Create Full – Featured WordPress Website

The great development of online shopping technology has opened numerous doors for the business owners to get tons of valuable benefits. The considerable evolution in this platform offers some excellent ways to make the online stores more engaging. Today, it has become a primary need for all types of business owners to have the user-engaging websites that bring their business to a next level. WordPress provides a large number of E-commerce Plugins that can transform your ordinary site into a fully-fledged e-store. If you’re planning to build a WordPress powered e-commerce website, you might get confused which plugin fits your

Top 3 Plugins that are used to Integrate Social Media into WordPress Website

For website owners, social media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, and Google plus provide an opportunity for their content to reach a large number of people instantly. Behind search engine traffic, marketers found social media to be the 2nd greatest tool. Being a business owner, you should build up your social media presence in order to get more traffic. Having user-engaging and highly shareable content enables you to drive more traffic to your site. However, plugins are the most effective way to integrate the necessary social share buttons on a WordPress powered websites like Facebook, Twitter, Google +, and Pinterest

WordPress Web Development: The Easiest Way to Create an Engaging Website

As a professional web developer, there are lots of significant things you need to do while creating a website. You should make sure that the website looks good, loads fast, and works perfectly on all devices. Today, numerous content management systems (CMS’) are available, varying from open-source to paid. Undoubtedly, WordPress is the one of the best CMS’ to create engaging website. In order to develop a user-engaging website, it is very important for developers to choose and utilize the best tools. Developing a WordPress website is very easy, and you can go beyond the expectations with free or paid

WordPress Editors Guide

Our Gift to you. A complete guide to Editors functions in WordPress. Please find link below for a PDF containing a guide for your WordPress administrators dashboard. Packed with over 30 pages of tips and advice on how to make WordPress better for you. The Guide will go over the following topics for your reference; Content – Page vs. Post The Editor Media Options Comments Profiles Need more training, Want video training on your site? If you are a client on our maintenance plan, fill out this form and we embed directly on your site. Not on our Site Care program? Contact us

Flawless Email delivery from your website

I am not sure how many different ways I have tried with different clients on how to ensure emails sent from their website to either their or their clients email inbox’s. There was always some factor involved, shared hosting – some other site was a spam bot, the IP of the server some how ended up on a black list somewhere, AOL (yes AOL) just refused to accept the email no mater what. Each and every time the mail was being dropped prior to the mail being delivered and even getting a shot of marking as ‘not spam. Up until a

WordPress DDOS Attack

So within a week of me moving many of my WordPress sites to my new Cloud VPS all my sites went down! It isn’t the fact that it is on a new hosting platform why I am writing this is because the new support team from Webair was able to tell me what the issue actually was. They didn’t beat around the bush or tell me to use some caching program, they told be the root of the problem and even offered to fix it for me! Hackernews had a detailed article back in September about a huge WordPress issue dealing with

WordPress Filters of the Day

WordPress Filters Always trying to improve my WordPress skills and learn actions and filters. This guys make it easier FOTD.  Each day I get three emails, each email contains a new WordPress Filter. Each filter is explained as well as the filter has a use case. As the author states, not all use case examples are awesome, but the goal is to get many of the examples to use in the Codex/Code Reference. So subscribe to his email list and within one year you will be introduces to over a thousand filters available in WordPress right from your inbox. Get

ManageWP, thoguhts

WordPress Maintenance using ManageWP I recent took advantage of the discount that was being offered by ManageWP over the week of July 4th, I do love discounts. Prior to paying for the monthly fees I had tried their free trial a few months back, but to be honest, didn’t do an in depth analysis, which looking back really should have because it gave me access to their business features. But regardless, I went with their ‘Pro’ account as it gave me all the features that I was looking for. The Business account offers some features I wouldn’t use right now, like