If you’re a blogger, already went through tons of tips about proper copywriting. You make sure to stay on top of the latest SEO trends. You definitely try to pick the right theme for your WordPress site. Should we even start with the plugins? You keep trying one after another, with the sole intention to improve the functionality and usability of your blog.
Now, it’s time to talk about yet another aspect of maintaining a WordPress blog: typography.
If you’re looking for a precise definition of typography, it goes something like this: “Typography is the visual art of creating written words.” If we’re talking about a WordPress blog, this definition may be misleading. It’s mostly focused on artistic typography. When you take a look at the most popular blogs, such as TechCrunch for example, you’ll notice there’s nothing artsy about the written words. Read more
When it comes to blogging and starting up your own website, there are tons of questions and queries that might cross one’s mind. How to start? What to write and that too effectively? Being a blogger myself, I have come across tons of situations when I was lost. Yes, that’s right. However, over years of doing the same thing and blogging about the things I love, I have finally found my pace and now blog the easy way.
Developing my own skills and based on my own experience today I wanted to talk about the age-old question: How long should a blog post be?Although the question is seemingly a simple one, the answer may vary from every person to person. That’s right. You can ask any blogger and they all might give you different answers.
WordPress is an open source content management system that is now one of the largest platforms for blogs, and websites of all niche. And if you are one of the millions of users all over the world then you probably might have wondered about the why and how of WordPress security.
Protecting your website against any malware or brute force attacks is always the top priority. And to aid those security requirements, WordPress offers tons of security options. We have dwelled on the topic previously with our articles on WordPress Security Plugins and also discussed some of the Simple WordPress Security Tips to keep your site secure! But today we wanted to give our users a bit more insight into WordPress Salts and Security Keys. We will be discussing in detail what exactly are they and how do they work in keeping your account and website more secure. Read more
In the era of advanced technology pioneered by artificial intelligence and the internet of things, the web has not been left behind. There is a move towards creating a more relevant online experience. The future of SEO is users receiving more relevant results on the search, faster. This will be possible through a concept referred to as the semantic web, or web 3.0.
The semantic web links information and data in a way that is easy to retrieve.
The results served are also becoming much more relevant to the users’ search intent. For your site to be able to create a better online experience for users, it needs to be optimized for search. In this article, we will discover how the semantic web emerged, how it helps meet user intent, why it’s important for your site and how to prepare for semantic search.
It is said that “Change is the most constant thing in the world”. Well, the line perfectly implies to the WordPress community. WordPress, one of the most popular content management system was released on May 27, 2003. And it has been in the limelight and been accredited with being the most popular website creation tool, website management and blogging system since then. But would it be possible for it to retain the position if it would have remained same without any upgrades made to the system? Not really, right?
It has been possible only because it has always focused on its further enhancement keeping in mind the requirement and convenience of its users. That’s one of the reasons it has more than 60 million users today! Read more
Now that it’s the age of digitalization, almost everything is readily available on the internet. Everything is literally “online” today. Online food, online clothing, and even the news and magazines. And no wonder, communication these days largely depend on the internet. Thus, people don’t like making an extra effort to know what is going around in the field of their interest. With the increase in technological advancement and easy availability of the internet, the number of people buying printed media is speedily decreasing.
In such case, online magazines are no exception. Online magazines are simply a magazine published on the internet. Sometimes they are also referred to as Webzines as they are distributed through the World Wide Web. So, in this article, I will provide you an insight into how to create an online magazine.
Consider the number of times you’ve been on a website but came across content from a completely different website on their webpage. Whether its videos, images or portfolio pages, seeing them on a completely different website raises the question of ‘valid content sharing.’
Furthermore, if you own a WordPress website run my media content, you’ll have to deal with storage issues for your video/audio/image content at some point. Uploading videos, images and such content on your servers fill up space. There’s only so much hosting space available to you before it all runs out.
WordPress Rich Snippets might be a familiar term to all the SEO experts. However, this might not be the case for the SEO newbies. And if you are one of them, when you see the stars thing or pricing under the topic you just searched for, you all might sometimes wonder what that is? Well, they are called WordPress Rich Snippets. And that is what we will be discussing in this article.
Simply, snippets are the small block of PHP codes that written to enhance as well as to extend the functionalities of the WordPress websites. Thus, snippets are the content right under the link that provides the quick overview to the users what the link offers after being clicked. The image given below is the example of a normal snippet. Here, the title is in blue while the URL of the page is displayed in green.
When it comes to creating a website, the first thing on the list probably getting a hosting service. But it is not an easy task, especially when there are tons of service providers out there that give you the option. While there are probably a lot of premium and paid plans that each service providers provide, what if we tell you that you can start up your very own site on zero cost? For how long you ask?
Well if it were just a trial version, then there would be the talk of how long you can get the services for free. But because these services are FREE, there is no time limit! Yes, you heard that right, you can enjoy these hosting services for as long as you want before you decide to get advanced features for your site!
Surveys or survey forms are basically the best way to collect details and get to know your audience better. A great marketing method and to target your viewers with the content that peeks their interests, surveys also serve as a great engaging factor. Whether offline or online this applies to all the marketers and business corporates.
And when it comes to WordPress this is yet another query that has come across every now and again. How to add or create Survey Forms in WordPress sites? And the simple answer to that is with the help of WordPress Survey Plugins. So today we dwell on the topic answering every possible questions and confusion for the convenience of our users.