Just as there isn’t one simple trick to look 20 years younger or one surprising food that will give you a flat tummy in just 3 weeks, there isn’t a sure-fire method to writing headlines that guarantee click-thrus.
The inconvenient truth, just like dieting, is that writing effective headlines takes time and effort, in this [...]Continue Reading →
We all know that backing up a live WordPress site is a mandatory task for any site owner.
Storing backups in a remote location available from anywhere, is a sound strategy and anyone with a Gmail account has a cheap and easy solution.
In this Weekend WordPress Project, we’ll walkthrough how to use Google Drive as the remote [...]Continue Reading →
Using a local server environment will save you a bunch of time if you regularly develop new WordPress websites. Local development has many advantages – it’s faster and more secure than constantly uploading files to a server.
The only problem is migrating to a web host can be a headache. No one likes to mess [...]Continue Reading →
The WhiP will have a guest editor next week. We’ll return to regular programming on September 8.
Hello dear reader,
Nothing is Sacred or Immortal
The ProWordPress Subreddit now has more than 1000 subscribers.
Quartz web applications technologist Josh Kadis explains how the [...]Continue Reading →
A blog is one of the best ways to drive traffic to a website; whether it be a corporate website, directory, or online shop. By adding great content to your blog regularly, you will provide useful resources to visitors and publish more pages for search engines to index.
High quality articles will also generate more [...]Continue Reading →
Themeforest is no doubt the most popular place to find premium WordPress themes.
Paying a one-off fee for a theme is straightforward and users who buy themes also benefit from lifetime updates (until the theme is removed from the marketplace).
The Envato WordPress Toolkit plugin lets you view your Themeforest purchases within the WordPress dashboard [...]Continue Reading →
Every WordPress site owner should care about their site’s availability, regardless of whether its daily traffic can be counted on one hand or runs into millions.
Services that monitor your site’s uptime are fairly common and setting them up is quick and easy. In this Weekend WordPress Project we’ll step through how to add the [...]Continue Reading →
BuddyPress 2.1 is going to be our best version yet, and is on track for our an almost-on-time release in just a few short weeks. If you are a plugin or theme developer, or are running a BuddyPress powered site with a development environment available, please download the 2.1-beta1 zip or get a copy via our Subversion repository. [...]Continue Reading →
A picture paints a thousands words, or so the old adage goes.
Images can tell a story in a quick glimpse more than endless paragraphs on a page. This is even up by data that shows 90 per cent of information transmitted to the brain is visual, [...]Continue Reading →