WordPress

WordPress is free open source web software. It is completely customizable and can be used to make a website for almost any purpose.
Optimising WordPress Content with Yoast SEO

Optimising WordPress Content with Yoast SEO

Browser Media has published a useful article “How to Publish Optimised Blog Content with WordPress” which provides a guide to optimising blogs on the WordPress platform. The article covers a plug-in called Yoast SEO (formerly known as WordPress SEO). Read more: http://www.browsermedia.co.uk/2015/10/06/publish-optimised-blog-content-wordpress/

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Syndicating WordPress Content

Syndicating WordPress Content

Troy Hollenbeck has written an interesting article on business2community “How To Syndicate Your Content With WordPress. “Content syndication is becoming a really popular way to deliver content, and people are becoming more and too busy to curate their own content or ride off of someone else’s blog, and their trending and popular posts.” Troy shortlists […]

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Webflow CMS barebones WordPress

Webflow CMS is a barebones WordPress installation jammed into a Photoshop-like interface writes Cassandra Khaw, on Ars Technica UK. “The Webflow CMS allows users to create or use pre-existing “Collections”—templates for dynamic content types. From there, you can then determine the kind of fields associated with the Collection, such as whether they’re mandatory to be […]

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Removing blog posts page in WordPress

Removing blog posts page in WordPress

Removing posts and changing page settings, can be useful if you want to build a WordPress site for a small business. Log into your WordPress admin panel. In the left hand sidebar menu, click the Settings option. From the expanded menu, click on the Reading option. From Reading Settings page, locate the Front page displays […]

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WordPress Landing Page

WordPress Landing Page

Tom Ewer has written a useful article on wpexplorer “How to Build a Landing Page with WordPress from Scratch”. “A landing page is a web page that’s designed primarily to capture a visitor’s attention and their details—like an email address—via a lead form. They are designed to target a specific audience depending on the product […]

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Using WordPress Pages

Using WordPress Pages

Willie Jackson has posted an interesting article “Using WordPress Pages like a Pro” on Art of Blog. The article gives pointers on the use of WordPress pages for Affiliate marketing, Cornerstone content, Information resources, Selling a product and Selling a service. Cornerstone content “To rank well in search engines (and to make life easier for […]

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Securing WordPress Login Page

Securing WordPress Login Page

“Your site’s login page is certainly one of the more vulnerable pages on your website, so let’s get started on making your WordPress site’s login page a little bit more secure.” writes business2community.com. “Protecting your login page cannot be accomplished by any one specific technique, but there are certainly steps you can take to make […]

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Disable WordPress Trackbacks and Pingbacks

Disable WordPress Trackbacks and Pingbacks

business2community has posted an interesting article on weather you should disable trackbacks and pingbacks On WordPress posts. “What Does A Trackback/Pingback Actually Do? 1. Yvone writes something on her blog. 2. Kathleen wants to comment on Yvone’s blog, but wants her own readers to see what she had to say, and be able to comment […]

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WordPress 4.3 Released

WordPress 4.3 Released

WordPress 4.3 has been released with more than 100 changes. Codenamed “Billie”, after jazz legend Billie Holiday, this release was lead by Konstantin Obenland. According to WordPress, this update “makes it even easier to format your content and customize your site”. New features include the ability to customize square browser icons that appear in browser […]

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