I already said it before, but nowadays websites have to be easy to use on mobile devices such as tablets and smartphones. Navigations menus are definitely an important part of a website, but sometimes it can be tricky to make a resposive, mobile menu. Here’s a tutorial on how to create a pure css mobile menu for your favorite WordPress theme.
WordPress stores a lot of things in the database. Using SQL queries, you can easily perform tasks that would take a lot of time and hassle otherwise. In this article, I have compiled a guide as well as 15+ ready to use SQL queries for managing comments and users, batch editing your posts, cleaning up your database, and many more.
Loved by some, hated by others, Ad blockers have become an important factor to consider when owning or developing a website. In this article, I’m demonstrating a few techniques which can be used in order to detect Ad blockers on a website or most specifically, a WordPress blog.
WordPress may be a powerful tool by itself, some plugins can definitely help you to attract traffic and leads. In this article, I have compiled my favorite WordPress plugins for the matter, based on my own experience.
In this post, I have compiled the 8 “must-have” plugins for every WordPress blogger. They will allow you to reduce server loading time and make your blog easier to use for your readers.
It’s been a long time that I haven’t published a compilation of super useful WordPress hacks. Well, here’s a list of amazing and fresh snippets from my personal bookmarks. Enjoy!
Although WordPress have an effective built-in comment management interface, for several tasks like deleting bulk comments it is way easier and quicker to use SQL. In this article, I’m going to show you some super useful SQL queries to manage your WordPress comments more easily.