Templates in WordPress

Templates are the files that control how your WordPress site will look on the Web. These files provide information from your WordPress MySQL database and generate the HTML code which they send to the web browser. WordPress allows you to define as few or as many Templates as you like all […]

Javascript Coding Standards In WordPress

JavaScript is now a critical component in developing WordPress-based applications as well as WordPress core. Standards are required for formatting and styling JavaScript code to maintain the same code consistency as the WordPress standards provide for core PHP, HTML, and CSS code. WordPress uses single quotation marks for string declarations. […]

Taxonomies in WordPress

Basically, Taxonomy is one of those words that most people never hear or use. It’s a way to group things together. For instance, you might have a bunch of different types of animals. You can group them together according to various characteristics and then assign those groups names. This is something most people encounter in […]

Fonts in WordPress

There’s no doubt that your words, your posts, are the body of your blog or website. Words with your lovely colors and pictures, tell your website’s story. But you should pay attention to your font selections. The fonts you choose in designing your theme may influence whether or not people hang around to see […]

High Traffic For WordPress

WordPress is only at its best when raised in the proper conditions. Here are a few things you should try if you find that high traffic is limiting your blog’s performance. If you are preparing for really high traffic, you should consider splitting your WordPress application into as many separate […]

What’s FileZilla?

FileZilla is an open-source FTP-client and FTP-server and is developed by Tim Kosse (Germany). The FTP-client is available for multiple platforms like Windows, Linux and Mac OS X, and the FTP-server is available for Windows only. FileZilla FTP-client may be used in managing your WordPress site by uploading and downloading […]

Website Security In WordPress

Security in WordPress is very serious, but as with any other system there may arise if some security. Basically,  security is not about perfectly secure systems. Things like this might be impractical, or impossible to find or maintain. Security is a risk reduction, not risk elimination. It’s about employing all the appropriate […]

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 […]