Whether you need to liberate space on your server/database, or for security reasons, cleaning up your WordPress install every now and then is always a good choice. This article offers 10 tips to get rid of useless and potentially harmful data on your WordPress install: images, metadata, unused plugins, and so on.
When choosing a great website template, you have to keep in mind that your visitors really don’t care how beautiful it is. They visit it for a notable content and great functionality. in this article, guest writer Andrew Litvin discusses the pro and cons of two WordPress themes made for functionality and great content: BeTheme and Monstroid.
If you are (or plan to become) a serious blogger, you need quality tools to build your blog on. Your theme, which controls the appearance of your blog, is a central piece in your success as a blogger. A great theme looks good, but it also needs to be fast and mobile friendly. Here are my picks of the current best WordPress themes for technology, coding, and design blogs.
Blog posts are indeed the most important part of your blog, so as a serious blogger you want them to look great and be easy to read for your visitors. Here's a few tips and hacks to embellish the visual aspect of your posts.
If you're blogging about programming languages, chances are that you often need to display chunks of code in your blog posts. It might seem easy, but unfortunately, sometimes it can become very tricky. In this article, I have compiled my own tips and tricks to easily display code snippets on your WordPress blog.
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It's been a long time that I haven't published a list of fresh and super useful snippets and hacks to enhance your WordPress Theme or install. So today I'm happy to show you this nifty list of coding tips to make your WordPress blog even more powerful.