WordPress is a powerful content management system (CMS). It has all sorts of content publishing tools including a basic HTML text editor. However, if you’re going to be designing HTML pages or feel more comfortable adding content to your site in HTML code, then looking for high-quality HTML editors just might be worth your while.
Want to password protect WordPress to keep your site safe from prying eyes? Whether you want to add a password to your entire WordPress site or just a specific post (or something in between), WordPress gives you the flexibility to set up access exactly how you’d like.
Did you know that, by 2018, it is estimated that there will be nearly 2.67 billion social media users worldwide?
This startling statistic is sure to remind you of the importance social media plays when it comes to your online success. Whether you publish regular blog content, run an online store, or are a new indie pop band looking to self-promote, you are going to have to integrate social media into your overall marketing strategy.
As the old adage goes, a picture is worth a thousand words. Imagine how valuable a collection of pictures would be.
We live in an era where infotainment is incredibly popular. Be it a product or service, a travel vlog, or a random video, you can watch as many videos as you’d like on any number of sites. From a marketing perspective, it has opened up a whole new venue for communication between sellers and consumers.
Are you looking to share your stunning food photography and recipes with the globe? In this post, we’re going to introduce Epicurean, our newest WordPress theme that’s perfect for all types of food and recipe bloggers.
Have you ever tried to upload a large media file to your site’s Media Library? Chances are you ended up getting an error message saying that the file exceeded the WordPress upload limit.
WordPress has made a great deal of progress as far as user friendliness goes. But the fact remains that you still might run into some snags in your time using WordPress. And when those situations arise, you’ll need a place to get WordPress support.
Search engines provide most websites with a large amount of their overall traffic. After all, anytime someone enters a keyword or phrase and clicks Search, millions of related websites appear instantly for that person to begin perusing. And the last thing you want to do is allow your website to be the one millionth search result. If you do that, no one will ever even know you exist.
You’ve heard the news on Pinterest and its traffic generating potential, and now you’re ready to take the plunge.
You want to get a piece of the traffic pie because each pin can drive up to 2 page visits, 6 page views, and 78 cents.
But, how are you going to keep up with the demands of pinning 20 or more pins per day?
You’re new to WordPress and your site doesn’t seem to be working the way it should. The first thing that crosses your mind is: How do I fix this? You start searching different variations of your query on Google and posting questions on support forums but still aren’t able to find a fix.
Thankfully, there are a number of high-authority sites and forums where you can get support for your theme, plugin, or general WordPress query. Since WordPress is an open-source platform, most of the people behind the scenes helping you out aren’t part of an official WordPress support team.
Need to disable automatic updates in WordPress? If you’ve ever used Windows 10, you’re probably familiar with how frustrating automatic updates can sometimes be.
And while I don’t think WordPress’ automatic updates are quite that bad, there are definitely some situations in which you might prefer to go at things manually.
Typography – the core of text design – is an ancient craft studied by many. This art form of arranging fonts to make written language legible, readable, and visually appealing goes back as far as 2000 B.C. and can be found in early Mesopotamian writings.
Fast-forward to today, and rest assured that typography still holds its importance.
Email marketing has revolutionized the marketing industry. Many companies have developed platforms to manage emails for clients. These marketing platforms are designed to analyze the responses and track the performance of marketing campaigns.
Once you’ve chosen your social marketing platforms and learned about best practices in social media, what should you post other than blog posts and promotions? We’ve got some great tried-and-true tactics for you on how to best distribute content and create relationships via social media, so keep reading!
Are you thinking about starting a blog? There are a number of great content management systems to choose from, such as WordPress and Tumblr, each offering basic blogging functionality. That said, one of the biggest challenges of starting a blog from scratch is selecting which one to go with.