As a WordPress developer, your business could exponentially advance by providing live WordPress support to your customers. In this article, you’ll discover how to add value to the WordPress community while building trust in your theme and building customer loyalty.
Tips, hacks, and pointers for WordPress website development.
Sticky posts! No, these aren’t the yellow variety that you have stuck all over your desk and computer screen. Making a blog post sticky in WordPress means that post will be featured prominently, no matter when it was published.
Last week, a new version of WordPress was released. When you update to a new version of WordPress, the software powering your website is improved. Whether you’ve updated yet or not, here is TL:DR of WordPress 4.8.
WordPress is extremely versatile and packed with features. However, you don’t have to touch a bit of code if you don’t want to. Learn more about what you can do with WordPress with and without building coding knowledge, and how plugins can save you hours of work.
There’s a surprisingly easy way to make your website social media ready: social metadata. When you, or others, share your website or a blog post on social media, you might notice that the text and images pulled in from the link are kind of random. You can control what those little preview boxes show by editing the metadata that your site feeds to Twitter, Facebook, Google+, and Pinterest.