Adding links in WordPress articles can direct your readers to useful information from your other posts and from external sites. Articles with links score higher when indexed by search engines, which means that more readers are likely to find your content.
Whether you are switching web servers or something went wrong with your website and you need to restore your old one, this tutorial will show you how to restore your old WordPress website from a backup. In order to restore your WordPress website, you must have your files (especially your database) already backed up, an […]
The W3 Total Cache plugin is the gold standard caching plugin for WordPress. To do its job it is highly integrated into WordPress. Unfortunately, because of these issues, typical methods to disable and uninstall occasionally fail. When this occurs, the site often crashes hard. Often the only way to get the site up and running […]
Learn how to add the tracking code for Google Analytics to all the pages of your Wordpress blog, with no plugin.
Wordpress 3.5 introduces a new media manager that makes adding media to posts and creating galleries much easier. Check out how to create galleries in a snap.
Exporting and important content between WordPress installations is a common occurrence. Many people use complicated plugins for this task; however, by using the WordPress Export menu, most exporting tasks can be easily accomplished.
What good is our WAMP install if we can’t use some software on it. Learn how to put Wordpress on WAMP so you can design/mod offline.
By default Wordpress puts comments on Pages and new Pages, which can be a problem if your going for a non-blog type website. Learn how to disable comments on Pages in Wordpress.
Feel like hosting jQuery on your own server and not using Wordpress’s own default hosted version? Learn how to add a function that you can use to change to a hosted solution of jQuery