WordPress is one of the most common website platforms, and hosts many business sites, blogs, and more. The result is there are a number of plugins, tips and tricks out there—so many that it is hard to keep track of them all.
500 and 502 errors can occur on your WordPress site, and can also be hard to fix since the errors themselves are providing few pieces of information about what's going on. In order to help you fix those errors, here's a simple and handy guide.
Amongst other media, images themselves represent over 60% of the average byte per content type downloaded when a web page is loaded. Here are 5 simple, yet very efficient tips to use when working with images in order to ensure bandwidth savings and a fast loading website.
With an email harvesting software you will be able to build your list much quicker and save hours of research time as it will spider its way through various search engines and gather URL's that meet the keyword search criteria.
In most countries, website owners are legally required to display some legal info on the websites they own. It can be under the form of "terms of services", "affiliate disclosure" or more. But since webmasters and developers aren't lawyers, let's take a look at a WordPress plugin of which purpose is to help you creating and managing those pages: WPLegalPages.
Why do you own a website? Majority of brand owners often make a website for one single reason, “to be found.” Which means the main purpose of a website is not fulfilled if people can’t even find it, isn’t it? WordPress is considered as one of the biggest and most popular platforms to create a website of any kind. From large e-commerce stores to affiliate, to personal blogs, it can handle it all. Using WordPress, one can install a website in few minutes on most servers and experience publishing the content right away.
Starting as a blogging platform, WordPress has over the years became a complete CMS, allowing users to create any kind of websites, from online shops to corporate websites. Today, let's have a look at WP Event Manager, a plugin dedicated to implement a complete event management solution on WordPress.