WordPress is a term that can refer to either a software, the WordPress.org website, or the WordPress.com website. Make sure you understand the differences well before committing to one to create your website.
Whether you have a single site or multi-site and whether one or many users are going to access it, we recommend that you take a rigorous control over the roles and capabilities your users have. Here we tell you everything you need to know to manage the users and roles of your website correctly.
Spam is still a problem. We tell you about our experience with spam in WordPress and the techniques we use to combat it.
On your WordPress website you need to master how widgets work: what they are, what they are for, how they are installed, modified, and deleted. This way you can customize your website to make it look great, including all the details you wanted without having to touch a single line of code.
Custom post types let you expand the possibilities of your WordPress. Learn how to create them and get more out of your content.
The navigation menus on a website are essential to ensure that all your visitors access the main pages of your website. Creating, modifying, and deleting them is very easy. Here is an easy and complete guide to help you get through this process.
Being the first result in Google is what we all dream of. It’s not easy, but it’s possible. In this post we talk about search engines and share 5 tips to reach your goal.
Your blog doesn’t work and you don’t know what to do. Well, you only have to follow the steps we explain to take your editorial process to the next level and get everything you want with your website. We have tested it and it works really well for us.
The WordPress loop is one of the basic tools you must master if you want to be a good professional. Unfortunately, every time you use it, you learn (the hard way, of course) it’s a tricky component. Here’s what happened to us with nested loops.
Creating a WordPress plugin and sharing it with the world is easy―assuming you know how, of course. In this post we explain the process to upload your first plugin to WordPress.org and how to manage the related SVN repository to update it.