The most interesting thing about landing pages is their design, or more accurately, lack thereof. Most landing pages in WordPress, at least in a way that they’re implemented these days, are very minimalistic. They are usually built entirely separately from the rest of the site and retain very little of the site’s original design.Read More
Learn how to implement AMP on your WordPress on your website, it’s easy to do once you learn it properly.Read More
As a reminder, incremental backups are the preferred way to obtain backups without losing disk space and site performance. You’ll find many positively reviewed plugins on the market, but we’re only recommending four of them, since they are the primary options that offer that coveted incremental backup feature.Read More
Learn how to install or update the theme once you learn you can easily do this on your own. Make sure you took a backup of your sure before you do thisRead More
If you are seeing a screen like above, here are some common steps to resolve the issue:Read More
To give you an insider’s understanding of the “EEDC” error, we first need to break down WordPress into its two fundamental components.
WordPress is built using PHP (e.g. index.php, sidebar.php etc) and MySQL. PHP is in charge of all functions on your WordPress site (e.g. posting comments, retriving posts and pages etc) and MySQL is in charge of data storage.Read More
Here are some of the most common ways to fix this message in WordPress. I recommend that you start at the top (Potential Fix 1) and work your way down.
Your .htaccess file is a configuration file for your web server. WordPress uses it to, among other things, set up your permalink structure.Read More
WordPress is the most broadly used, and fastest growing, content management system in existence, and is showing no signs of slowing down. Most hosting companies make it even easier to install WordPress by including a “1-click install” option, but this usually isn’t the best choice.Read More
WordPress is an online, open source website creation tool written in PHP. But in non-geek speak, it’s incredibly the easiest and most strong blogging and website content management system (or CMS) in existence today.Read More