WordPress uses a hierarchy of templates to render the contents of your website. Here we explain the most interesting aspects of this matter.
We start a new section in our blog where we will talk about A/B tests with real examples and real data, studying the results and learning from the whole process.
The nofollow links allow you to restrict the importance we attach to certain external URLs. We explain how to create this type of links in WordPress.
WordPress does not include a default night mode. But with a couple of plugins you can get the night mode in WordPress easily.
Learn two different ways to remove the “Powered by WordPress” link from your website so that you don’t show the link to your visitors.
Nelio Compare Images allows you to add and image comparison block in WordPress to compare a before image with an after image.
If you want to only use a limited set of blocks in the WordPress block editor, here’s how to hide unwanted blocks.
One of the most common problems with your WordPress is that there are images that may have been orphaned and are no longer being used. Learn how to detect them and remove them at once.
There are good things and bad things about developing products for WordPress. Here’s a list of the most relevant points according to our perspective.
One way to hook the readers of your website is to show them how long it will take to read your posts. We explain you how to show this information in WordPress in a simple and effective way.