You’re probably thinking that you are running a secure and safe WordPress website. The short story – you’re not!
We’re living with the status-quo that our websites are secure enough to not bother with the dirty job of hardening them as best as we can. But the reality is different. While supporting my customers, I personally face every day with shared web hosting servers, outdated(sometimes, ancient) technologies; people are still using the “admin” username, they don’t have a security plugin installed, even if it takes less than 5 minutes.
It’s not your fault. We assume that WordPress is pretty safe to run a website on it. And it is, but threads are everywhere and it’s best to avoid them if possible. And it is possible.
I get this question a lot. “How can I display my contact form on 2 or 3 columns?” or “What are my options to have a contact form with fields side by side?” You get it! The main idea is how to get those text fields like Name or Email Address displayed on the same line and not one under another. Why? Because it looks good, therefore it increases the user experience. Let`s see what options you have!
Optimizing images for web is still a little-known practice. When it comes to websites and images, things can get a little complicated. You see, while images are something which all websites simply must have, for many reasons, they increase the overall size of a web page and thus slow down the loading speed of that web page. Above all, this is very problematic because of the user experience that this conveys.
Knowing how visitors interact with your website helps you to constantly optimize and determine how well your traffic generation efforts go. On one hand, WordPress has an in-built stats tracking feature which provides statistics at a glance such as new posts, likes, and comments.
It`s that time of the year again!
Instead of bombarding you with tons of deals, I filtered the best from the good and gathered a hand of awesome deals you don`t want to miss!
The criteria used for selecting the deals are following the motto “from zero to hero”! In other words, these deals are exactly what you need to start a new online business for a discounted price.
I know what you’re thinking…why would I ever pay for a premium WordPress theme when there are so many free options out there? Well, truth be told, the old saying; ‘you get what you pay for’ rings truer than ever before when it comes to WordPress Themes. Unless you’re a web developer, chances are you may need a little more help navigating your WordPress theme than you would like to admit. That’s where a premium WordPress theme comes in handy.
How do you define a beautiful website? What does it take for a web design to be transformed into a beautiful website? What does beautiful mean when developing a website? I`ll try to answer all these questions for you by showcasing some of the websites I consider being the best of the best.
It seems like yesterday that we were all listening to long, drawn out tones as our dial-up internet connected. Fast forward to now, and speed is everything. Over half of internet users expect websites to load in 2 seconds or less! What does a slow website cost you? Well, visitors for starters, but that’s just the beginning.
Today I’m going to show you just how important your website loading speed is for the ultimate success of your online business or blog. We’ll also look at a few valuable tools you can use to measure your speed and how you can increase your website’s performance today.
According to a survey conducted in 2014, it was shown that the non-English downloads of WordPress has outgrown the English language downloads. Andrew Nacin, a core WordPress developer, mentioned at WordCamp in Seattle that only 5-10% of the world population use English as their primary language, it certainly means that the time is not far off when the languages like Spanish and Mandarin dominate WordPress installations.
Although it’s somewhat of a niche and ‘high-end’ service (compared to the baseline, consumerist products and services anyway), architecture is making its presence known on the web. Architecture agencies and freelancers worldwide have their websites set up to display previous projects in best ways possible, to leave an impression on clients, to create a need for their services.