is a , it helps us bloggers and businesses have better search engine visibility by improving the way WordPress presents your data to major search enignes. Yoast SEO packs a punch of awesome features but more notably it adds , and Rich Snippets to your website. Yoast easily allows you to disable and enable both OpenGraph and Twitter cards, but at present does not have an option to disable Schema.
FooGallery is an easy to use photo gallery plugin for WordPress developed by . I originally wrote this tutorial for but later decided to add it to my blog because as I believe it may help other small local businesses that have existing FooGallery’s with no idea how to add additional images.
Testimonials Basics is an easy to use testimonial plugin for WordPress written by . I originally wrote this tutorial for but decided to later add it to my blog because it may help other local businesses add reviews and testimonials to their WordPress website.
BYBE recently ran an online design competition and asked users to tell us what they liked or disliked about our website, was kind enough to tell us that they liked the site however they could see several problems in regards of HTML validation! Eek! Not something we want to hear after all we are a website design company and should be leading by example!
Just like any other hugely popular content management system WordPress doesn’t have a great reputation when it comes to security, mainly because the people who use it don’t care, or don’t have a clue about .
Sorry to disappoint you but you will not find any here, on this page you can find some of the most frequently asked questions when developing a WordPress theme. I’m always busy designing websites but I do plan to update this page on a regular basis, so be sure to add this page to your bookmarks.
The is an awesome WordPress hook for us lazy bloggers! It means we don’t have to use the read more button! Yay! Sadly the the_excerpt isn’t smart enough to know where we want to cut and by default will snip the first paragraph at only 55 words, and to make matters even worse WordPress will stick an ugly […] right at the end of a broken sentence! Completely ruining our website design! Well kinda…
WordPress is the most popular content management system ever released! It powers over 25 million self-hosted websites as of April 2015 and on average each website will use around 17 plugins. The has thousands of plugins to choose from and is a daunting task for WordPress
beginners, so what should a beginner look for when downloading a WP plugin?
You may have noticed that more and more sites are enabling SSL, this is due to several reasons but the main ones are security, privacy and the fact . This tutorial will hopefully walk you through several steps to install your SSL certification using cPanel WHM and then later updating your WordPress so that all visitors use HTTPS rather than HTTP (SSL ENFORCED).