WordPress setup is something you learn early on and then forget about until your faced with multiple installation, sprawling networks and daily testing or maintenance. In this article I’ll show you how you can install WordPress in a much more flexible fashion and way faster than the famous 5 minute install!
It may be old and and it’s definitely uncool but email is still a significant communication channel and that means it still garners the attention of the spammers.
The first step in email anti-spam is not to handover the email address but often there’s a requirement, especially for organizations, to publish an email address on their WordPress site.
In this Weekend WordPress Project, we’ll look at how to make the scraping of email addresses from your site as difficult as possible.
Running a multi-author blog comes with many responsibilities – managing spam registrations, reviewing posts created by different authors, keeping track of the edits made and monitoring their activity.
It can be a hectic task checking everything manually every day or even every hour. Luckily, there are plugin solutions to automate certain tasks to make them easier.
In this Weekend WordPress Project, I’ll show you how to automate one such task – dealing with multiple authors.
Receive handy notifications any time someone edits a post on your website.
Configuring Automatic Email Notifications
In this article we’ll take a look at how you can increase your code quality and speed up your WordPress development with plugins, boilerplates, frameworks terminal tools, simple methods of coding and more!
A detailed look at how you can integrate Twitter into your WordPress website.
With mobile usage on the rise, ensuring your website is mobile-friendly is a no-brainer.
According to Smart Insights, mobile usage is overtaking fixed internet access, while 91% of mobile internet users go online to socialize.
So it’s no wonder smartphone apps like WhatsApp have taken off. WhatsApp is now the most globally popular messaging app with more than 600 million users.
Styling external links is common practice for many sites containing references, such as Wikipedia.
For users, it’s a simple visual cue indicating that if you click a particular link you will be taken to another site.
In today’s Weekend WordPress Project I’ll show you how to style all external links on your site.
Have you ever visited a site and wondered what WordPress theme it’s using?
You could easily take a peek at the source code or look at the theme’s stylesheet, but not everyone knows how to do that.
In today’s Weekend WordPress Project, I’ll show you the quickest way to find out a site’s theme.
A look at the best calendar solutions for WordPress users. We take a detailed look at event management, booking, and post scheduling calendar plugins.
WordPress can track your site, thanks to the footprints it leaves in its software that let the outside world know what version of WordPress you are using.
If you don’t regularly update WordPress, these footprints may be a security leak, though simply hiding your version of WordPress is not enough by itself to protect you from potential threats.
Nevertheless, you may want to be vigilant when it comes to security and remove all traces of your version of WordPress anyway.