120. Have your input in WordPress!

Have Your Input In WordPress!

WordPress is a user-driven project, and all developments and enhancements depend on users like you! Contributions from users like you keep the project vibrant. They keep it alive and progressive. Whether you’re a budding developer, a pixel-perfect designer, or just like helping out, you can help make WordPress even better. All of the documentation at the […]

87. What's CDN Why you need it in WordPress

What’s CDN? Why You Need It In WordPress?

CDN is short for Content Delivery Network. This is a system of distributed servers (network). These servers deliver Web pages and other Web content to a user based on the geographic locations of the user, the origin of the webpage and a content delivery server. This service is effective in speeding the delivery of content of websites […]

90. How to create a Sitemap in WordPress

How To Create A Sitemap In WordPress?

Sitemaps protocol allows a webmaster to inform search engines about URLs on a website that are available for crawling. A Sitemap is an XML file which lists the URLs for a site. It allows webmasters to include additional information about each URL like when it was last updated. It tells how often it changes, and […]

117. Managing Plugins in WordPress.

Managing Plugins In WordPress

As you already know, WordPress Plugins are composed of PHP scripts that extend the functionality of WordPress. They suggest new additions to your blog that either enhance features that were already available or add otherwise unavailable new features to your site. Most WordPress users don’t require Plugins. They only require a few, such as Plugins dealing with […]

100. Styling For Print in WordPress.

Styling For Print In WordPress

In WordPress you can easily style your WordPress site with Themes. Many of them are tested thoroughly on different computers and browsers before being released. They are designed for the screen. Some people still like to print out web pages and read them at their leisure, so you should  design your WordPress site for print. When a […]

93. Why you need Email list. How to easily build one

Why You Need Email List? How To Easily Build One?

Most people with smart phones sign into their email accounts most time of the day with push notifications enabled. Email is kind of much more personal, direct, and a reliable way to get in touch with most people. Here are some advantages of having an Email List: Email lets you land into a user’s inbox. […]

89. How to make some posts invisible for some users

How To Make Some Posts Invisible For Some Users?

In WordPress the visibility for posts is set from the “Edit” screen. The option is available under the “Publish” option usually found at the top-right of the “Edit” screen. The default state for post visibility is Public. Public visibility means that the content is visible to the outside world as soon as it is published. By […]

130. WordPress site maintenance

WordPress Site Maintenance

To keep WordPress working as the finely honed machine as it is, there is some site maintenance we recommend you do frequently. You should start with creating a calendar of WordPress Maintenance procedures to remind yourself to get a lube job on your WordPress site on a regular basis. WordPress is quickly growing and expanding since more features and […]

recover a password in WordPress

How To Recover A Password In WordPress?

There are more than one way to set your password in WordPress. In usual circumstances, you can do that through the WordPress interface. In case you forget your password, WordPress has a built in recovery mechanism that uses email. But on some hosts, especially when email isn’t working right, you may have to take different […]