Recently, one of our readers asked if it was possible to view and control the WordPress cron job system in the dashboard. Cron is a technology to run scheduled tasks on web server. WordPress comes with its own built-in cron that allows it to perform… Read More »
Your blog post title and URL play an important role in SEO. Having a duplicate post title can negatively the affect SEO performance of your site. WordPress deals with duplicate post titles by adding a number at the end of URL slug. However these titles… Read More »
Do you want to add audio stories to your images in WordPress? You can use it to add narration to your photographs, or simply create web based audio visual story books. In this article, we will show you how to easily add audio stories to… Read More »
If you follow this blog regularly or follow me on Twitter, you know that I love devices for all purposes. Whether it’s for watching videos, virtual reality, or any other number of entertainment tasks, I love cutting edge devices and have an opinion on all of them. The following are my thoughts on devices I own (some […]
Current Feed Content 10 Must Have Content Creation Tools and Tactics Posted:Tue, 15 Nov 2016 21:19:44 +0000 Creating content is not as easy as it used to be. This is especially true if your content consists of guides and giving a straightforward step by step process to your audience, like this guide provided by Jamie Spencer. Back in…
Have you seen sites adding snowflakes because of the winter season? It is a common trend to change site design or add minor updates to reflect the specific season. On most websites, we see this type of effect in the winter season. In this article, we will share how you can add falling snowflakes in your WordPress Blog.
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We’ve just released a new theme called “Mobius” which includes some really nice color presets, is mobile-responsive, and has several built-in features you won’t find in many other WordPress themes.
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It doesn’t take being a performance fanatic to know that images can really slow down a page’s load time. We’ve come a long way when it comes to images, from lazy loading them to using better image formats like WebP, but they all involve loading the same static image URL which may be good for desktops but […]