On the next major release of WordPress, the content editor you’ll be familiar with, will change. Unless you do something. Find out more here.
You’re ready to put your site live, hooray! We advise you keep the champagne on ice a little longer and check out our important WordPress launch checklist.
Plugins make WordPress what it is. But before you start downloading them to your site you need to be aware of the potential pitfalls.
If you’re writing posts or commenting on them you need to create a Gravatar to stand out from the crowd and convey your personality.
Last week we looked at how to backup the content on your WordPress website, this week we give you step-by-step instructions for how to backup the database.
A lot of WordPress users will leave backing up to their host, but it’s always a good idea to keep a local copy yourself. This article explains how to do it.
In this post we outline the procedures that we recommend you take to protect your WordPress site and make it secure from the threat of hackers.
What are Categories and Tags and why should I use them on my WordPress website? These, and a few other searching questions, are all answered here.
There are many reasons why WordPress is my content management system of choice. Here are just 8 of them.