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 install. So today I'm happy to show you this nifty list of coding tips to make your WordPress blog even more powerful.
Forms are very important for any website. Thus, well-known plugins like Contact Form 7, Ninja Forms, WPForms, and Gravity Forms, have long been leading the market. But newer ones are now emerging with better functionalities. One such that I have come across is weForms.
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Message boxes are a very convenient and beautiful way to display important information to your readers. In today's article, I'm going to show you how you can automatically add pretty message boxes to your WordPress blog, using hooks, FontAwesome, and a little CSS.
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HTTPS (HTTP + SSL) is a transfer protocol that ensures a secured connection between the client and the server. This article shows how to easily add HTTPS support to a WordPress website running on Apache, in order to make visitors more secure and enhance the average quality of your website.
With a plethora of offers from thousands of hosting companies, it's not always easy to know at the first glance what kind of hosting plan will be the best fit for a WordPress environment. Although the open-source software is compatible with most hosting offers, there are things to look at for maximum performance.