Do you have products or services you would like to highlight? Learn about products under post – how a custom plugin solved this problem.
WordPress test sites can be useful. Play around on your real site – you may create a mess. On a test site you can update your WordPress safely. A WordPress test site can be a way to learn to manipulate themes or create plugins.
Last week there was an update to WordPress from 4.2.4 to 4.3. A good deal of sites had some issues – did any of yours? This post will review ways to deal with upgrades so you are less likely to have major issues in the future.
What are WordPress theme features that can be added to your site? Here are a few: search magnifying glass, social media menu, schema, subscription box, custom header. What would you like to add?
What is a responsive theme? How is this a solution to Google Mobile-Friendly Algorithm update? What is a media-query? Will this work with my WordPress site?
Do you have ways to backup your WordPress? Do you know how to restore your site in case of emergency? Learn about database backups and complete backups – what is the difference? Learn about backup plugins for WordPress.
Planning a new website? Consider a coming soon page. Get some SEO juice for a new domain and show visitors a page of your new site. Show your phone, address, location and an attractive image.
Ever post on Facebook and have an old paragraph or image show? Did you just edit your blog post ten minutes earlier, but Facebook is not cooperating and you are getting the old text or image instead? Learn to clear with Debugger and set a new Facebook image.
Why WordPress Tags? How can WordPress Tags help your readers? Tag posts to create a link to important repeated content. Then, as in the game Tag, you are It: tell us how tags help you.
What are Category Pages? See an example with a category of posts on trees. Excerpts, thumbnails, titles with links can all be put on category pages.