How to Embed PDF, Spreadsheet, and others in WordPress Blog Posts

Do you want to embed PDF, spreadsheet, and other types of documents in your WordPress blog posts? WordPress comes with a powerful content editor and allows you to easily embed videos, tweets, audio, and other media formats using the embed blocks. You can also upload other type of files that users can download. However, it […]

Using Redis Object Cache to Speed Up Your WordPress Installation

Redis is an open-source (BSD licensed), in-memory data structure store, used as a database, cache and message broker. It can be combined with other databases like MySQL to provide a mechanism to cache your queries. In this article, we’ll show how to cache the MySQL queries that are required to render WordPress pages. This will […]

How to create custom Gutenberg blocks in WordPress

WordPress 5.0 is out, and with it comes the new block-based editor, Gutenberg. Out of the box, it packs in a decent selection of blocks you can use across your pages and posts. However, since this is WordPress, there’s always room for more custom functionality. In other words, it’s possible to build your own custom […]

3 ways a WordPress activity log can help you troubleshoot faster

There’s usually lots of activity going on in the background of your WordPress website. For example, drafts are updated; plugins are installed, activated, and uninstalled; WooCommerce products’ metadata is updated; and much more. The more people you have accessing your dashboard, the higher the likelihood of errors will be – and pinpointing the source of […]

How To Hide Page And Post Titles In WordPress

Let’s face it. WordPress is powerful and can be fairly straight forward to use. But there are certain changes that are tricky to make without code or third-party tools. One example that a lot of people want to tweak is the ability to hide page titles (or post titles). By default, WordPress displays the title […]

Why You Need a CDN for your WordPress Blog?

One of the most important parts of building a blog/website is to optimize the page loading speed. There are so many ways, but we have stressed a whole lot about using CDN. In this article, I will explain in detail the CDN and why the CDN helps your blog increase the security and speed of […]

How to fix the ERR_TOO_MANY_REDIRECTS on WordPress

What is the ERR_TOO_MANY_REDIRECTS error While developing your WordPress website, you can run into quite a few errors. One of the more popular errors is the ERR_TOO_MANY_REDIRECTS error. In Google Chrome it would be displayed as This webpage has a redirect loop error, in Firefox it would be shown as The page isn’t redirecting properly. […]

How to Fix Fatal Error: Maximum Execution Time Exceeded in WordPress

Are you seeing ‘Fatal error: Maximum execution time of 30 seconds exceeded’ on your screen when trying to update a WordPress plugin or theme? Typically this problem occurs when a PHP code in WordPress takes a long time to run and reaches the maximum time limit set by your WordPress hosting server. The time limit […]

7 Quick Ways To Increase Visitor Engagement On Your Website

Optimize, optimize, optimize. That’s what you should be doing with your website. If you don’t optimize, you’ll spend more of your time, and more of your money in some cases, creating more content, content that won’t convert because you aren’t optimizing your site for visitor engagement. If you don’t increase visitor engagement on your site, […]

How To Fix “The Link You Followed Has Expired” Error in WordPress

Are you seeing ‘The link you followed has expired’ error in WordPress? This error does not give much clues about what’s actually wrong, which is why beginners find it a bit difficult to resolve. In this article, we will show you how to easily fix ‘the link you have followed has expired’ error in WordPress. […]

Visual Composer Website Builder vs WPBakery Page Builder (2019)

In order to clarify things, Visual Composer is a Website Builder, and WPBakery is a Page Builder, both different and independent products. WPBakery is used specifically for the content part of the website, while Visual Composer can help you create an entire website, including Headers and Footers. In the article below we will discuss both […]

10 Interesting Gutenberg Features You May Not Know About

With different blogging platforms like Medium, Ghost, and Squarespace continuously improving and growing, WordPress had to do something to improve their visual editor. But, after introducing the Gutenberg editor, WordPress has taken a bold leap forward. It has completely changed the way we use WordPress. While Gutenberg has been met with criticism regarding it’s roll […]