As you probably know already, WordPress is by far the most popular CMS in the world. One of the factors that brought its success is the open-source principle which stayed at its base from the 1st day. This little detail(and probably the fact that it was built on PHP as well) made possible the development of a culture around WordPress, powered by creative and like-minded people. The results, tons of plugins and themes to power-up the WordPress core.
Because WordPress is so versatile, today, we’re going to discuss ways that you could customize the default WordPress login page. Because you’ve either got tired of seeing the same login page over and over again or maybe because you’re running a little community of users and contributors around your website, getting a revamp of the login page should be on your to-do list.
WordPress, as we all know, is the most popular CMS in the market today powering millions of websites on the internet. Its popularity is largely due to its ease-of-use and user-friendly dashboard that makes managing, updating and maintaining a WordPress website easier. Moreover, apart from helping you build a beautiful website, thanks to the availability of a number of WordPress themes & Plugins, It helps you to create an SEO-friendly website that helps boost ranking and traffic.
WordPress is the best CMS there is, however, due to its immense popularity it has become a target for malicious hackers, who are constantly trying to find vulnerabilities that they can exploit. Thus, while WordPress does provide you with air-tight security, you need to additionally shore up your WordPress defences.
“Welcome to WordPress. This is your first post. Edit or delete it, then start writing!”
If you’re a developer working with WordPress, you’re probably used to see the Hello World! post quite often, since it’s the only post which comes with a fresh new WordPress install. This is my Hello World! post.
My name is Madalin Tudose and I`m a web developer. I build HTML Templates and WordPress Themes which are eventually released on ThemeForest under the DeliciousThemes brand. In other words, Welcome to DeliciousThemes! – my playground; and my business; and my blog.
Personally, I’ve always enjoyed rich user experiences on the web where I could see how much effort creating something must have taken. The minimalist trend was never entirely my thing, although I don’t have a reasonable explanation for this. It’s just my own take on web design.
But rich user experiences are not about building 100%-Flash powered sites anymore. In this day and age, the results (as in monetary results) are what matters most for almost all websites, and having something that’s visually attractive is only #2 or #3 on the list.
Internet is a necessity nowadays to most of us and is quite interesting how it plays a vital role of influence to our lives, mirrored somehow in the society. Everyday people surf internet, read news online, publish things, etc. and many of them are even webmasters. But when people doesn`t take necessary precautions to keep their website secure, this becomes a problem, especially if they don’t have an updated backup ready to be used.
Websites built on WordPress, a free and open blogging tool and a content management system, can be vulnerable to different security issues; the truth is that there are hackers out there who break WordPress websites everyday. As internet users, we`re in a continuous search of ways for an easy and hassle free experience. In order to keep WordPress secure here are 9 easy steps you can follow in minutes!
WordPress is such a great tool for bloggers and publishers. I`m not making any differentiation between digital writers and others because WordPress, being a CMS, can handle any type of website. But as much as they love to offer free content to the masses, they still have to monetize WordPress in someway and what`s the most convenient way if not Google Adsense?
Many websites are running on WordPress, the most popular CMS in use on the internet. Why is it so popular? WordPress was intended to be used as a blogging platform and from the beginning, it started to gain more and more sympathizers among internet users, mainly because many people found a way to share their thoughts, ideas in a simple and efficient manner. Being free and open-source and having a big community of users and developers behind its back, there`s no doubt why it is now the most popular CMS.Before running on WordPress, a website has to run on a server first, server which belongs to a web hosting company. A website built on WordPress has needs and these needs have to be satisfied by the web hosting environment.
WordPress is widely regarded as one of the best platforms to host a blog. It’s free. It’s secure. It has tons of cool add-ons and widgets that people can use to further customize their blog and make it stand out. The vital components of most blogs are the images that go in its posts. Without images, a blog will look lackluster and dull and can eventually lead to a reduction in web traffic.