Category: Miscellaneous

How to Prevent Image Hotlinking in WordPress

August 16, 2018 | written by Silvia Woolard

A few things could slow down your site as quickly as image hotlinking. The phenomenon suggests displaying an image on a website by linking to another website to obtain the source data of the picture each time it is needed, rather than saving a copy of it on the website on which the image will be shown. Such a practice –> READ ON

5 Tips for Migrating WordPress Website to a Better Host

August 15, 2018 | written by Jonathan Woods

Migrating a WordPress website to a new host should be fairly easy. It’s a straightforward process, but complications are common, so you need to be prepared to deal with them. The first thing to do is to study the WordPress Codex, chapter dedicated to migration to a new server. But before you go through with the move, be sure to –> READ ON

6 Reasons Why You Should Use WordPress for Your Business Website

August 8, 2018 | written by Ryan Bronson

Creating a fully functioning and well-designed website for your business is no longer an opportunity but more a necessity in the modern world when technologies have strongly integrated in all spheres of our life. However, some businesses confess they still don’t have a website. Why does this happen? There are two main reasons that explain why some businesses avoid creating –> READ ON

How We Mastered 24/7 Full Time WordPress Support

July 24, 2018 | written by WP Fix It Support

WOW… what a ride it has been for the last almost 10 years offering Full Time WordPress Support. Back in 2009 when we created our company there were very few online services offering WordPress support. Now it appears there is a new company popping up every day offering instant WordPress support. This is actually great news as it shows the –> READ ON

5 Plugins To Improve Your WordPress Writing for SEO

July 16, 2018 | written by Beverly

Get ready for some simple tips to achieve superb WordPress Writing for SEO. As a digital marker or blogger looking to increase traffic and boost sales, you must know and use the right WordPress SEO plugins. Unfortunately, there are over 54,000 of these tools out there. And you might not have the luxury of time or resources to test each –> READ ON

How to Maximize WordPress Page Views

July 13, 2018 | written by Lucy Benton

Maximize WordPress Page Views on your site with some simple tips here. If you’re a blogger, you know the struggle of getting views on your website. Unfortunately, getting page views to skyrocket overnight is something that happens, well, almost never, so you’ll have to learn some marketing techniques. Let me walk you through the process of taking the right steps –> READ ON

The 7 Most Common Mistakes WordPress Beginners Make

July 12, 2018 | written by Laura Buckler

WordPress will be the first script that most people have installed online for the first website they ever make. This leaves beginners to the platform making several basic mistakes. Today we’ll be looking at the 7 most common mistakes WordPress beginners make (and how to avoid them). Installing WordPress in a “WordPress” Sub-Folder When you unzip WordPress, all the files –> READ ON

FIXED – WordPress White Screen On Login

July 9, 2018 | written by WP Fix It Support

OH NO the dreaded WordPress White Screen of Death!!! First off if you are experiencing this please stay calm. We will guide you to a resolve and if you would rather us just do the work, you can purchase a general support ticket at the link below. General WordPress Support Are you trying to login to your WordPress website and –> READ ON

9 WordPress Tricks of Professional Web Developers

June 28, 2018 | written by Chris Richardson

If you are interested in web development, it is reasonable to assume that you’ve already heard of WordPress. Yes, we are talking about the largest content management system that powers more than 30% of all websites. And yes, it’s the platform that offers more than 55 thousand plugins. However, it’s not easy to follow and understand so many WordPress features. –> READ ON

WordPress SEO Rules You Need to Remember

June 21, 2018 | written by Olivia Ryan

Every website creator, manager and owner wants as many eyes as possible on their site, regardless of its purpose. You might want to increase sales or get more readers to your blog posts. Whatever reason you have, it is only natural to aim to get more visitors for your site. WordPress is known as the best website platform on today’s –> READ ON

15 Brilliant Tips for WordPress Traffic Mastery

June 20, 2018 | written by Joan Selby

Let’s be honest, each and every WordPress developer or business owner hopes that their website will become popular somewhere down the line. And while it’s a steady rise or decline for most, for others, it’s a huge and sudden spike. Turns out, most people aren’t ready for it when it happens, and it’s hardly a surprise, because just about anything –> READ ON

Do Inactive WordPress Plugins Hurt Your Website Performance

June 19, 2018 | written by Justin

WordPress is by far the largest content management system that powers around 30% of all websites on the Internet. But the platform alone could not be so successful without more than 55 thousand plugins that augment and enhance its functions. Plugins serve a variety of different purposes in WordPress: from cybersecurity and theme design to search engine optimization and email –> READ ON

5 Valuable WordPress Rules That Will Always Be True

June 15, 2018 | written by Laura Buckler

Have you ever heard of the Internet? Of course, you have, it’s such a foolish question. But did you know that WordPress powers around 30% of all websites you can browse on the Internet? Probably not! WordPress is the largest content management system that most developers use to create websites. It is an open source technology that provides users with –> READ ON

5 Smart Tricks to Make Your WordPress Site Stand Out

June 7, 2018 | written by Warren Fowler

With over 70 million users under its belt, WordPress is by far the most popular content management system in the world. This means nearly quarter people have their eyes glued to a WordPress-powered site at any one time. The kind of impression your site leaves on the first visit is the greatest deciding factor in your bounce and conversion rates. –> READ ON

How to Make Your WordPress Blog Different from the Masses

May 31, 2018 | written by Paula Hicks

Blogging is never as easy as people think when they first come face to face with the idea. The number of people who started blogging and failed is a proof of it – not everyone has the knowledge and skills to create a successful blog. Surely, luck is a small factor in this too, but the biggest contribution to the –> READ ON

How to Boost WordPress Conversions with Influencer Content

May 29, 2018 | written by Grace Carter

Influencer content became a buzzword over the past few years. It’s popular because it works, but only if you use it well. Like any marketing technique, it takes effort to turn influencer content into actual conversions. A little planning and a long-term view can make all the difference. Remember Who You’re Working With Although you may have a contract with –> READ ON

7 Tools That Will Make Your WordPress Event Planning Business Thrive

May 2, 2018 | written by Cindy Carswell

With a profit margin as much as 40%, the event planning industry is considered one of the most lucrative around. For that reason, it’s important for business owners to set their business apart in order to get noticed by customers. Considering that many customers search for event planners online, it only makes sense to have a website that ranks well. Here we –> READ ON

My Siteground Hosting Story and Why I Would Trust My Kids With Them

April 30, 2018 | written by Jarrett Gucci

So first let me start by introducing myself. My name is Jarrett Gucci and I am the Founder and Owner of WP Fix It. I really hope the title of this article grabbed your attention a bit. It is a very meaningful title to me as I am the father of 5 daughters ranging in age from 5 year old –> READ ON

Easy Ways to Test WordPress Site for Mobile Responsive Design

April 20, 2018 | written by Brandon Graves

A website is said to be responsive if it adapts its layout based on the screen size of the device in which it is being viewed. This factor is becoming more and more important now-a-days in this era where the headcount of smartphones and tablets are steadily increasing and a large number of such devices are getting connected to the –> READ ON

8 Different Ways to Use RSS Feed for Your WordPress Website

April 18, 2018 | written by Jason Daszkewicz

In simple words, RSS is a combination of XML files that are used by websites to describe news feeds, announcements of new articles, changes in blogs, etc. While optimizing websites, webmasters pay great attention to the content of the pages, navigation, text, and headings. All these are necessary for SEO because they accelerating the indexing of the site and increase –> READ ON

Change any WordPress Text on Entire Site

March 28, 2018 | written by WP Fix It Support

Get ready for an amazing snippet of code that will allow you to Change any WordPress Text on your entire site. This is WordPress Ninja stuff here and oh so useful!!! Is there an output of text perhaps in a plugin that you want to change but you do not want to mess with the actual plugin code? Even if –> READ ON

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