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How to Set Up reCAPTCHA (Gravity, Contact form 7 and Formidable form)

You’ll need to set up reCAPTCHA in your Google account to get the required keys. To start this setup process, you’ll need to open Google’s reCAPTCHA landing page. Go to https://www.google.com/recaptcha/admin (you may need to log in with your...

Using Captcha to block spam and bots on your website

Have you seen any issues with spam on your website, such as comments from non-related blogs or entries to your web forms that are obviously not from a real person? This is a common problem on the web, and...

How to Move One Web Host to Another in 2019 (No Downtime!)

In this step-by-step guide, we’ll show you how to transfer your website to another host or server without downtime. Here’s a list of steps that we’ll cover: Choose a New Web Host Create Your Site Backup for Migration Using...

4 image optimization tools for your WordPress site

Optimizing your site’s images is vital for keeping performance high without sacrificing quality. As such, it helps to have dedicated tools on hand to make the process easier and more effective – especially if you run an image-heavy site....

How to Submit a Form Without Page Refresh in WordPress

Do you want to prevent your page from refreshing when a visitor submits a form? By default, the entire page reloads upon clicking on the form submit button. And that is when the data entered in the form is...

How to add a sticky back-to-top button to your WordPress website

Adding a sticky back-to-top button to your website adds further ease of navigation to your website by allowing a user to scroll to the top of any given web page with the click of a button. What is a...

How to Get the URL of Images You Upload in WordPress

Do you want to find the link or URL of images you upload in WordPress? Sometimes you may need to get the link of an image to display it in other areas of your website or social media platforms....

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...

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...

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...