I’m about to go to Red Alert! These rants have been building up in me. It’s time to get them out for all the world to see.
Over my 10 plus years of working with WordPress I’ve probably had a good look at close to 1,000 plugins. While I love advising which plugins you must have, the truth is, what plugins you must have is a function of exactly what you need to accomplish with your site.
I know why you might be confused when it comes to selecting a web host for your WordPress site.
You’ve heard this one, I’m sure. “Why don’t you get a new theme for your tired web site? It will breathe new life into your site and it’s easy to do.”
Whether you hire someone or you’re working on your site yourself, here are 5 things you absolutely never want to do. (I was going to say “no brainer” but that’s a no-brainer.)
One strength of WordPress is that it uses an interface that most of us have seen before. We’re familiar with application dashboards, page editors that look like Word processors, and changing an app’s settings. Because of that, WordPress is a manageable tool for many users.