Home WordPress

WordPress

We share everything we know about WordPress.

11 Essential Things To Do After Installing WordPress

Not only well-known for its reputation as the most-used CMS, WordPress is also one of the most successful open source projects so far, along with Linux. Since released in 2003, WordPress has...

How to Setup Automatic WordPress Backups

No one wants to lose their assets, no matter what type of asset that is. If you run an online business and use WordPress to create the website for your business,...

How to Restore the Old WordPress Editor

Since version 5.0, WordPress uses Gutenberg as the default editor. Gutenberg is the name of WordPress new editor that replaces the old editor you have been using by far. Before available...

31 WordPress Editor Shortcuts to Boost Productivity (PDF)

WordPress is arguably the most popular content management system (CMS). Thousands sites around the internet are built with this CMS. WordPress comes with a simple WYSIWYG editor that allows users to...

5 Ways to Open System Properties in Windows 10

System Properties is a place to go if you want to check the specifications of your Windows 10 computer. Here, you can check some information regarding your computer like Windows edition,...

9 Recommended WordPress Plugins for Photography Site

WordPress can be a good tool to show off your photographs to the world. However, since WordPress is not specifically designed to be a photography oriented content management system, you need...

How to Show Only One Category on the WordPress Homepage

There are some cases where WordPress users want to show only a single category on the homepage of their website. For instance, photographers who build a WordPress-based site to market their...

How to Migrate a WordPress Site to a New Domain

So you have just bought a new domain and plan to migrate your WordPress site from the old domain you have. One of the advantages of using a self-hosted WordPress is...

How to Protect A WordPress Page with Password

Once you published a certain WordPress page, it means that the page is a public consumption. Everyone in this planet that has an internet connection will be able to read it....

How to Lock Your Content in WordPress

Locking content and require visitors to share the page containing the associated content is a common method, yet still works to gain more site visitors. If your site is built with...

How to Check the Error Logs in WordPress

The first thing you can check when your WordPress site is experiencing a problem is the error logs. The problem is, WordPress doesn't provide any log file at all by default....

Most-read this week