Ok, so you want to enable GZip compression in your .htaccess file on your WordPress site. Well, luckily that’s pretty darn straight forward and all you need to do is access your .htaccess file and bang in some code. To access your .htaccess file you will need (s)ftp access and [ … ]
Ok so you’re looking for a WordPress theme for your new website, right? And you want to know what is the best place to buy WordPress themes? Well, you’re in luck as I wrote this article especially for you. Disclaimer Here is a boring disclaimer before I start. If you [ … ]
I’m by no stretch of the imagination an expert on PCI Compliance, so none of this can be taken as advice, but I have been dealing with an issue for a client so I wanted to write about this to help signpost others looking into this for the first time. [ … ]
If you want to add your Gravity Forms into your php template then you’ll need to use the code below. You can find more information about the Gravity Forms shortcode here.
Shortcodes are bits of information, usually from plugins, you can use to add content and functionality to posts and pages using the WordPress WYSIWYG editor, but if you need to add a shortcode directly to a WordPress PHP template then use the following code below. That’s all you need to [ … ]
If you’re new to WordPress, the first to know is there are actually two completely different versions of the world’s favourite CMS. WordPress.com and WordPress.org offer completely different systems for hosting your website and it’s important to understand the difference. So this will be the focus of today’s article. We’ll [ … ]
WordPress is a powerful platform for building your online presence but there’s one issue that keeps cropping up. The downside to WordPress’ popularity is it becomes an obvious target for hackers, which makes security an important topic. So today we’re going to run through all the key points you need [ … ]
When it comes to setting up your online store there are two names that jump out right away. WordPress and Shopify are the two most popular homes of eCommerce stores but they’re surprisingly different in a number of ways. So to help you choose the best platform to set up [ … ]
Running your site through WordPress comes with a lot of advantages: bags of customisation, full control over your content, all those plugins and plenty more. However, there’s one problem that plagues too many WP sites – loading times.The price of all those benefits is a lot of code working under [ … ]
As this is our first article on the topic of WordPress, it seems right to get started with a list of the best themes available right now. With more than 10,000 themes scattered across various parts of the web, WordPress offers up one hell of a collection. The only problem [ … ]
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