Archive for Tips and Tricks
Responsive website design seems to be a buzzword in the internet marketing world these days. But what is it, really – and why should you pay attention? In the web marketing and development space, new things are popping up every single day – and many fizzle just as quickly as they appear. Responsive design has [...]
This Infographic will cover the importance of Search engine optimization and why you should not overlook SEO of your website. More than 80% of online users use search engines to find products and information they need. The biggest Search Engine Google is serving more than 1 Billion queries everyday. According to the Web Visible and [...]
Chris Coyier know form css-tricks.com shares 4 quick and simple tricks with you to make your WordPress website a lot faster.
Little help to secure your WordPress installation: Remove Error information on login page, adds index.html to plugin directory, removes the wp-version, except in admin area. removes error-information on login-page adds index.php plugin-directory (virtual) removes the wp-version, except in admin-area removes Really Simple Discovery removes Windows Live Writer remove core update information for non-admins remove plugin-update [...]
Displaying related posts is a very great way to help visitors staying longer on your blog. You can use a plugin, but you also can use tags and a custom code to show related posts. Let’s see how to do! This code will display related posts based on the current post tag(s). It must be [...]
In your SPAM folde there are many comments with alot of HTML codes which are basically links. That is how most spammers add links. But you can disable HTML in WordPress Comments to be functional. So if someone uses the strong code, it will not bold the text etc. All you have to do is [...]
A new plugin is available that gives you the change to put Dropbox to work for the security of your great WordPress site. Here’s how you can set up automatic backups of your WordPress site to Dropbox! Isn’t that Great or what? Step 1: Signup for Dropbox the free version is not enough space for [...]
It’s a idea by Oliver Schlöbe of WPSeek, who created the WP Worldmap. Now it is possibel for you to see where you can find all those WordPress Users and Developers. Don’t forget to put your location and profile on the map. It’s easy to zoom and move around.