Tutorials & How To

CSS and Faster WordPress

While working on speeding up your WordPress site, CSS will be one of the areas you'll see reported as a problem. Most WordPress themes have at least some duplicate or repetitive or otherwise unused styles. This isn't necessarily bad, but can be a worry when you're...

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Backing Up Your WordPress Site

Backing Up Your WordPress Site

Disaster! Something’s gone wrong with your site. Maybe you’ve been hacked. Maybe your site is serving up errors or something happened to corrupt the database. Maybe an update didn’t complete successfully. The bottom line: your site is broken. Did you know backups are...

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Ways to Speed Up Your WordPress Site

Site speed is important to the success of your site. Faster pages equals more conversions. Faster pages equal happier visitors. Happier visitors are more likely to share your site socially and spend more time on your site. There's really not a downside to having a...

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Using Named Anchors

Did you know you can use named anchors within your pages to break up your content and make it easier for users to find what they're looking for more quickly? Google is now using these named anchors and including these links within some search results. Google is...

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Setting Up WordPress for a Guest Post

How do I set up Wordpress so a guest author can post, without giving them the keys to the kingdom (blog)? First, what's a Guest Post? This is a common thing - and a good way to expand your reach with your audience. A Guest Post is simply a post made to your blog by...

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