How To Organize Your WordPress Media Library

Remember back when you first started your WordPress site? Everything was so fresh and uncluttered. But as you started writing posts and pages, you probably began noticing just how quickly clutter can start piling up. One of the biggest clutter attractors is the WordPress Media Library. You’re likely uploading multiple media files for every single […]

Simple tricks to fix the Facebook Thumbnail Issue in WordPress

Do you use Facebook thumbnails? Are you facing problems using them? Worry no more! We will help you fix the Facebook thumbnail issue in WordPress for your blog posts. By default, when you share an article on Facebook or other social networks, the first image from your content will be automatically used as a preview. […]

How to activate Gzip Compression CSS and JS for better client performance in 1AND1 Hosting

Using Gzip allows HTML, JS and CSS files to be compressed, reducing the size of transferred files by up to 70%. This results in shorter loading times for your website. Especially for visitors accessing your website with relatively slow connections (using their smartphones for example), the compression can lead to noticeably better client performance. In […]

How To Clone A WordPress Website Using A Free Plugin

If you’ve been blogging for a while, you have inevitably switched hosting providers at least once. If you’re not a tech-savvy person, you know that this can be quite a hassle. If you are familiar with the process, you’re probably aware that even when you know with absolute certainty what you’re doing, it’s a time-consuming […]

How to Add Free Live Chat in WordPress (The Easy Way)

How to Add Free Live Chat in WordPress (The Easy Way)Are you looking for a solution to add free live chat in WordPress? Adding the live chat functionality to your website lets you interact with your visitors. You can answer their questions and solve their problems in real-time. This helps you to convince your potential […]

15 Useful WordPress Configuration Tricks That You May Not Know

WP-config is one of the most powerful files on your WordPress site, and it plays an important role in how WordPress works behind the scenes. There are some very useful WordPress configuration tricks that most beginners don’t know about. In this article, we will share some of the most useful WordPress configuration tricks that will […]

10 WordPress Security Tips to Keep Your Site Safe

Why the topic of WordPress security tips? Because all sites are vulnerable. No mater how much work you’ve put into launching your site, it can always find itself in harm’s way, even though you might have done nothing wrong. This is just how the internet works and how random attacks are carried out. But most […]

7 Performance Tips for Jank-free JavaScript Animations

The role of web animation has evolved from mere decorative fluff to serving concrete purposes in the context of user experience — such as providing visual feedback as users interact with your app, directing users’ attention to fulfill your app’s goals, offering visual cues that help users make sense of your app’s interface, and so […]

How to Get a Free SSL Certificate for Your WordPress Website (Beginner’s Guide)

Did you know that Google shows all non-SSL websites as “Not Secure”? This means that if you are not using a SSL certificate on your website, then you’ll lose customers trust. Because SSL certificate helps protect your website data, it’s actually a requirement for accepting payments online. Normally, paid SSL certificates are quite expensive. If […]

How to Protect Your WordPress Site Using Wordfence Security

WordPress is by far the most popular Content Management System (CMS) in the world, but it’s not 100% safe (nor is any other platform). Malicious attackers are always working on new ways to penetrate the system, which is why you need to learn how to protect your WordPress site. In this case, WordPress’ popularity comes […]

The Benefits of Using Staging Environments in WordPress Development

Working and making updates on a live WordPress site can be dangerous. And it’s not a matter of whether or not you’re a skilled enough coder to do so. There is any number of things that could go wrong when you issue a new update to a plugin or attempt to code in a new […]