At some point, you’re going to want to change your WordPress site around a little. It might be just a simple theme change or maybe it’s a full transfer of your site from one host to another — or from a local installation to a live one. Maybe you’ve swapped URLs from a .com to a .design.
Working with one WordPress client is a simple enough matter. Add a few more onto the pile and you find that your workload has become fuller but still manageable. As momentum builds in your WordPress business, however, thoughts of adding more clients may have you worried. You wonder:
Theme developers have a tough job. Not only do they have to design the theme’s appearance, they build it out in PHP, HTML and CSS, work on likely compatibility issues, and manage support tickets that come through from users like you and me.
YouTube has improved the system it has in place that validates likes and dislikes. As a result, the total numbers are now more accurate. This information was announced by a representative from YouTube on the YouTube Help Forum.
Do you want to bulk delete WordPress posts? WordPress makes it super easy to manage posts from the admin area. However, if you want to delete a lot of posts then selecting and deleting them may take some time.
In celebration of April Fools Google has released a limited-time feature in Google Maps which will be available for the next week. Waldo of “Where’s Waldo” fame can now be found in Google Maps. Just open the Google Maps app and you’ll see Waldo waving at you from the side of the screen.
When the core team announced the tentative WordPress 5.0 release date of November 19, they said that date could move by up to 8 days.
WordPress is a very user-friendly platform and a great option for creating websites. It has loads of features and is easy to customize. One of the best ways to create a beautiful and professional-looking website is to use one of the thousands of WordPress themes available in the dashboard.
Httparchive published the First Contentful Paint scores of top content management systems. It showed Wix dead last behind every CMS in the analysis for the fastest scores. Yet Wix pulled ahead of WordPress, Joomla, and Drupal in other areas. The data reveals actionable trends.