Latest WP Tips

RECENT POSTS FROM THE BEST WORDPRESS BLOGS ON THE PLANET

  • How to Create a Dropshipping Business with WordPress
    by John Hughes on January 15, 2018 at 8:43 pm

    If you’re looking to monetize your WordPress site, you may want to consider starting a dropshipping business with WordPress. While... The post How to Create a Dropshipping Business with WordPress appeared first on WPExplorer. […]

  • Create Stunning Responsive Tables In WordPress With wpDataTables
    by Sourav on January 10, 2018 at 10:08 am

    Creating tables in WordPress is easy. There are traditional ways to add tables to WordPress with code, but by far... The post Create Stunning Responsive Tables In WordPress With wpDataTables appeared first on WPExplorer. […]

  • How to Create Email Drip Campaigns for WordPress
    by Sourav on January 8, 2018 at 8:43 pm

    Email drip campaigns are an important component in your overall email marketing strategy that result in better email open-rates, click-throughs... The post How to Create Email Drip Campaigns for WordPress appeared first on WPExplorer. […]

  • How to Start a Blog in 5 Steps with WordPress
    by Tom Ewer on January 5, 2018 at 1:52 pm

    I still remember coming across WordPress for the first time. I decided I was going to start a blog –... The post How to Start a Blog in 5 Steps with WordPress appeared first on WPExplorer. […]

  • How To Use Pop-ups Without Harming SEO
    by Priya on January 3, 2018 at 8:55 pm

    Let’s get one thing out of the way. Pop-ups can be very annoying to readers, but they’re a favorite with... The post How To Use Pop-ups Without Harming SEO appeared first on WPExplorer. […]

  • Easy Tips for WordPress Beginners to Get Started in 2018
    by Vishnu on January 2, 2018 at 7:50 am

    WordPress makes it possible for regular folks like you and me to set up and manage our own blogs and... The post Easy Tips for WordPress Beginners to Get Started in 2018 appeared first on WPExplorer. […]

  • Top 10 Reasons Why You Should Start a Blog with WordPress
    by Freddy on January 1, 2018 at 9:19 pm

    I would be lying through the teeth if I said blogging isn’t one of the best things I have ever... The post Top 10 Reasons Why You Should Start a Blog with WordPress appeared first on WPExplorer. […]

  • 15 Best Fitness & Gym WordPress Plugins
    by Brenda Barron on December 28, 2017 at 9:53 pm

    Health and fitness is a popular niche so it’s no wonder there is a plethora of fitness related WordPress themes... The post 15 Best Fitness & Gym WordPress Plugins appeared first on WPExplorer. […]

Torque All the Word that's fit to Press

    WPBeginner Beginner's Guide for WordPress

    • How to Remove Parent Slug From Child Page URL in WordPress
      by Editorial Staff on January 15, 2018 at 9:37 am

      Do you want to remove the parent page slug from child page url in WordPress? By default, WordPress adds parent page’s slug as a prefix to child page URLs which is good for SEO. However, some people may not want parent page slug in the… Read More » The post How to Remove Parent Slug From Child Page URL in WordPress appeared first on WPBeginner. […]

    • 24 Best Medium-Style WordPress Themes
      by Editorial Staff on January 12, 2018 at 2:17 pm

      Medium is a popular blogging platform which offers a clean design optimized for readability and user engagement. However due to the restrictions of Medium, most savvy journalists choose to use WordPress. In this article, we will share the best Medium style WordPress themes, so you… Read More » The post 24 Best Medium-Style WordPress Themes appeared first on WPBeginner. […]

    • How to Bulk Upload WordPress Media Files using FTP
      by Editorial Staff on January 11, 2018 at 1:38 pm

      Do you want to bulk upload WordPress media files using FTP? By default, WordPress does not allow you to upload media files via FTP which can be annoying for users who want to bulk upload files at once. In this article, we will show you… Read More » The post How to Bulk Upload WordPress Media Files using FTP appeared first on WPBeginner. […]

    WordPress Tips – BloggingPro News, plugins and themes for blogging applications

    • WordPress Blogger Wisdom – Is a Premium Theme Always the Best Option?
      by Richie KS on January 6, 2018 at 4:01 pm

      WordPress themes play a very important role in attracting the customers towards your website. It is the first thing that the client will notice that they visit your site. That is why you have to be extra careful with the selection of the premium WordPress themes, There is a huge variety of themes available in […]

    • 7 WordPress Mistakes that You Can’t Afford for Your Blog
      by Christopher Jan Benitez on August 20, 2017 at 12:00 pm

      Being a business owner, you only want the best for your site. However, if there’s one thing you should expect from transitioning your business online, it’s that you are sure to make mistakes along the way. Errors aren’t necessarily bad – it’s how you recover from those mistakes that separate the great from the rest. […]

    • The Perfect Cloud Based Blogging Platforms For Your Personal Blog
      by BloggingPro on May 20, 2017 at 2:29 pm

      Starting a personal blog means making some important decisions. One of the first and major decisions you will make is which blogging platform to choose. There are so many options, it might seem a bit overwhelming. However, for the beginning blogger, you want to remember to keep things as easy and fuss free as possible […]

    • 5 Quick Tips to Improve WordPress for Beginners
      by BloggingPro on May 16, 2017 at 12:30 pm

      WordPress is easy to use but contains a few gotchas for the uninitiated. We discuss five tweaks that will improve any new WordPress install.  Although WordPress is fairly easy to get to grips with, if you’re new to the world’s most popular CMS, it’s easy to miss a few simple tweaks that can seriously improve […]

    • How to Start a Blog on a Shoestring
      by BloggingPro on March 29, 2017 at 12:47 pm

      Blogging can provide a good income stream once you’re established but for many people just getting started, money is tight. If you fall into the empty pockets crowd, don’t worry, you can still put together a professional blog that will get you off to a good start. Here’s how to start a blog the right […]

    • 4 Reasons Images May Be Slowing Down Your WordPress
      by BloggingPro on June 15, 2016 at 5:51 am

      Many of us feature images on our WordPress sites for both aesthetic and marketing purposes, but could these pictures be hindering your site? Unfortunately, images or their associated plug-ins can be responsible for slowing down your site, a recipe for disaster if you’re trying to expand your audience and convert customers. Luckily, you can still […]

    • 6 Ways to Speed Up WordPress
      by BloggingPro on May 18, 2016 at 2:00 pm

      Have you ever been to a website that takes ages to load?  You probably got frustrated and closed the window. Did you know that WordPress websites can have performance issues? In this article I am going to discuss WordPress sites and what you can do to check your loading times and provide you with 6 […]

    • How Can Non-WordPress Developers Take Advantage of the JSON Rest API?
      by Christopher Jan Benitez on April 28, 2015 at 12:00 pm

      WordPress has unleashed version 4.2 last April 23. This was followed by the 4.2.1 Security Update release a week after to eliminate cross-scripting vulnerabilities. From a blogger and site owner’s perspectives, the update that will make the most impression is the improved user experience when managing your plugins. Users can now download or activate/deactivate multiple plugins on the […]

    • Tag Maintenance: How to Keep Your Blog’s Tags Meaningful
      by Adrienne Erin on July 22, 2014 at 12:00 pm

      If your blog is running on WordPress, you can organize your posts into two classifications: categories and tags. Categories are more subject based. For example, a cooking blog may sort posts by categories such as “Meat Dishes,” “Desserts” and “Breakfast Food.” Its also useful for blogs with many different topics, such as an entertainment blog […]

    • How to Determine When it’s Time to Use a CDN for your WordPress Blog
      by BloggingPro on May 19, 2014 at 12:00 pm

      Over the past few years, Content Delivery Networks (CDN) have become increasingly popular and affordable as websites owners seek new ways to increase speed and improve security. In as few words as possible, CDN’s help to distribute your website’s content across the globe to ensure that wherever your visitors may be, your website can be […]

    • How to Easily Customize Your WordPress Blog CSS Design – For Beginners
      by Robyn-Dale Samuda on April 8, 2014 at 2:57 am

      As a followup to my previous article, 5 Powerful Drag & Drop Page & Layout Builder Plugins for WordPress, in which I discussed how non-developers could easily customize their WordPress blogs with easy to use drag and drop plugins, I’ve decided to delve just a little bit deeper into WordPress CSS customization. This will assist any […]

    • Back to Basics for WordPress Content Management
      by BloggingPro on January 23, 2014 at 1:00 pm

      As a WordPress developer, I love to geek out when building client sites. Finding excuses to use shortcodes, leveraging page templates & custom fields to standardize design and imagining better data structure with custom post types are part of my daily joys. Source My clients however couldn’t care less. In fact, most of them don’t […]

    WordPress Tavern WordPress News — Free as in Beer.

    • Gutenberg 2.0 Released With Numerous Accessibility and Keyboard Navigation Improvements
      by Jeff Chandler on January 15, 2018 at 10:48 pm

      Gutenberg 2.0 is available for testing and includes a changelog that's a mile long. Accessibility, keyboard navigation, and the ability to drag-and-drop multiple images to the Gallery block are among the improvements listed. Clicking the Publish button displays options in the sidebar rather than a drop-down menu to add polish (more...) […]

    • Zac Gordon Launches Gutenberg Development Course, Includes More Than 30 Videos
      by Jeff Chandler on January 5, 2018 at 11:32 pm

      Zac Gordon, a technology educator, has released his Gutenberg Development course. The course is $79 but is available for $49 using the coupon code earlyadopter. Gordon says the course is aimed at developers who want to update their themes, plugins, shortcodes, etc. to work with Gutenberg and take advantage of (more...) […]

    • WPWeekly Episode 300 – Interview with Matt ‘Gutenbeard’ Mullenweg
      by Jeff Chandler on January 4, 2018 at 3:55 am

      In this the 300th episode, John James Jacoby and I interview Matt ‘Gutenbeard’ Mullenweg, co-creator of the WordPress project. We discuss a range of topics including, the somewhat controversial poetry reading that included a curse word prior to the State of the Word, the WordPress Foundation increasing its range of (more...) […]

    • A Collection of Gutenberg Conversations, Resources, and Videos
      by Jeff Chandler on January 3, 2018 at 9:04 pm

      Since the conclusion of WordCamp US in early December, there have been a number of Gutenberg related items published to the web. The following is a collection of items related to Gutenberg that I came across throughout December. Feel free to add to this list in the comments below. Resources (more...) […]

    • WPWeekly Episode 299 – 2017 Year in Review
      by Jeff Chandler on December 28, 2017 at 2:08 am

      In this episode, John James Jacoby and I review the WordPress news that made headlines on the Tavern in 2017. Among the stories we talk about more in-depth was Headway Themes, WP-CLI becoming a WordPress.org sanctioned project, and Disqus being acquired. We also talked about the future of comments in (more...) […]

    • WPWeekly Episode 298 – GDPR, User Privacy, and More With Heather Burns
      by Jeff Chandler on December 21, 2017 at 1:21 am

      In this episode, John James Jacoby and I are joined by Heather Burns, Founder of WebDevLaw. We have a lengthy discussion about GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation), what it is, what’s at stake, and its potential impacts on the WordPress ecosystem. We also discuss the cultural differences between the North (more...) […]

    • WP Site Care Acquires WP Radius
      by Jeff Chandler on December 20, 2017 at 7:38 pm

      WP Site Care, a WordPress management and maintenance service provider has acquired WP Radius. Ryan Sullivan, Founder of WP Site Care, says the acquisition has been in the works for some time. "We’ve been working toward growing our customer base and learning about new business models in the WordPress support (more...) […]

    • Jetpack 5.6.1 Increases Security of the Contact Form Module
      by Jeff Chandler on December 15, 2017 at 10:49 pm

      Jetpack has released version 5.6.1 which hardens the Contact Form module by improving permissions checking when updating a form's settings. In addition to security fixes, the character count for when Publicize publishes content to Twitter has been increased to 280. This release also fixes a bug that disabled the ability (more...) […]

    • WPWeekly Episode 297 – WordCamp US 2017 Recap
      by Jeff Chandler on December 14, 2017 at 12:59 am

      In this episode, John James Jacoby and I are joined by Morten Rand-Hendriksen. We have an engaging conversation about WordCamp US 2017, Gutenberg, and what it’s going to take for it to succeed. Rand-Hendriksen shared what he thinks are the three conditions that need to be met before Gutenberg can (more...) […]

    • Storify to Close May 16, 2018, WordPress Plugin Discontinued
      by Jeff Chandler on December 13, 2017 at 7:30 am

      Storify, a service that launched in 2010 and opened to the public in 2013 has announced that it is shutting down version one of its service on May 16th, 2018. Concurrently, its WordPress plugin that is actively installed on more than 2,000 sites has been discontinued. Storify Plugin is Discontinued (more...) […]

    • Gutenberg and the WordPress of Tomorrow by Morten Rand-Hendriksen
      by Jeff Chandler on December 12, 2017 at 8:57 pm

      While attending WordCamp US 2017, there were a number of sessions that stood out to me. Gutenberg and the WordPress of Tomorrow by Morten Rand-Hendriksen was one of them. Hendriksen explains the state of WYSIWYG in WordPress and how it doesn't really exist but Gutenberg provides opportunities to change that. (more...) […]

    • WordCamp US 2017 is Livestreaming All Sessions for Free
      by Sarah Gooding on December 1, 2017 at 3:34 pm

      WordCamp US is kicking off this morning. If you couldn’t make the journey to Nashville, you can still follow along at home or wherever you are in the world. Livestream Tickets are free on the event’s website. Once you’ve registered for a ticket, head on over to 2017.us.wordcamp.org/live-stream/ and you’ll (more...) […]

    WPKube WordPress Themes, Plugins, Reviews & Tutorials

    • Kinsta Review: Real Test Data + My Likes And Dislikes
      by Colin Newcomer on January 15, 2018 at 7:28 pm

      Kinsta is a performance-oriented managed WordPress host that’s powered by Google Cloud Platform, which is the same hardware running Google’s own products (maybe you’ve heard of Google?). In the past, Kinsta was almost exclusively a premium host, with prices starting at $100. That’s changed now, though. Beginning in November 2017, Kinsta completely relaunched with an all-new pricing plan that starts at.... Continue Reading The post Kinsta Review: Real Test Data + My Likes And Dislikes is written by Colin Newcomer and appeared first on WPKube. […]

    • How to Implement a Paywall on Your WordPress Site
      by Rachel Adnyana on January 5, 2018 at 12:00 pm

      There are various ways you can monetize your WordPress site – affiliate links, banner advertising, and contextual ads are just some of the ways you can make money from people visiting your site. A paid content model is a less popular option, but one that can work quite well if you publish high quality content and think that people will.... Continue Reading The post How to Implement a Paywall on Your WordPress Site is written by Rachel Adnyana and appeared first on WPKube. […]

    • How To Add A Navigation Menu To WordPress: Beginner’s Guide
      by Colin Newcomer on January 2, 2018 at 12:00 pm

      Are you struggling with how to add a navigation menu to WordPress? WordPress actually includes a fairly user friendly interface to help you add menus to WordPress without needing to know any code. But unless you’re already familiar with WordPress, it can still be difficult to dive in and create your first menu. In this post, I’ll show you everything.... Continue Reading The post How To Add A Navigation Menu To WordPress: Beginner’s Guide is written by Colin Newcomer and appeared first on WPKube. […]

    • How to Make Sure Your Site Is Printer-Friendly and How to Enable It In WordPress
      by Brenda Barron on December 25, 2017 at 12:00 pm

      As a website owner, you’ve probably made sure to do everything you can to provide your readers and visitors with the best user experience possible. But, have you ever considered the possibility that some of your readers might want to print out your article or a page on your site? Making your website printer-friendly might not be at the top.... Continue Reading The post How to Make Sure Your Site Is Printer-Friendly and How to Enable It In WordPress is written by Brenda Barron and appeared first on WPKube. […]

    • The Ultimate Guide On How To Choose A Domain Name
      by Rachel Adnyana on December 11, 2017 at 12:00 pm

      If you want to launch a website, you’re going to need a domain name. Makes sense, right? Domain names are how people find websites on the Internet, so it’s not like you can just skip the whole thing. But as simple as those words in your browser address bar look, they can be surprisingly difficult to come up with. Trust.... Continue Reading The post The Ultimate Guide On How To Choose A Domain Name is written by Rachel Adnyana and appeared first on WPKube. […]

    WP Mayor WordPress Plugins, Themes, Hosting, Tutorials & more!

    WP Mayor WordPress Plugins, Themes, Hosting, Tutorials & more!

    • Compact One Reviewed – A popular Free One Page WordPress Theme
      by Pooja Vangikar on January 15, 2018 at 11:00 am

      Are you a professional who wants to showcase the magnitude of his/her skills online for boosting business? A professional looking website is an obvious solution. But what kind of website, you wonder? […]

    • How To Create A Table Of WooCommerce Products With WooCommerce Product Table
      by Colin Newcomer on January 10, 2018 at 11:00 am

      Ever wished that you could create a sortable, filterable table that contains all or some of your WooCommerce products? If you’re running a WooCommerce store, you know that WooCommerce already comes with a dedicated shop archive page that helps you showcase individual products. But, depending on what you’re selling, that might not always be the most efficient way to showcase your products. That is - sometimes showing WooCommerce products in a table is more effective. […]

    • 7 Steps to Pick the Perfect Theme for Your eLearning Website
      by wisdmlabs on January 8, 2018 at 11:00 am

      Picking the right e-learning theme is about understanding your requirements and choosing a theme that supports them well. Here we discuss the 7 key aspects of selecting the perfect theme for your e-learning website! […]

    • Themify Ultra Review: Great Multi-Purpose WordPress Theme for Freelancers
      by Themify on January 5, 2018 at 11:23 am

      If you’re a web developer or designer, chances are you’re on a time crunch and need to turn out websites faster and faster. What you need is a multipurpose and one-stop shop theme that gives you a variety of foundations that are extremely customizable from header to footer. […]

    • Doing Keyword Research for Your WordPress Site [2018 Guide]
      by Helga Moreno on January 4, 2018 at 11:00 am

      Where do you start when going to create a piece of terrific content? From keyword research! This comprehensive guide will make the whole process a walk in the park, just make sure to take a look at it! […]

    • Will Gutenberg Editor Make or Break WordPress?
      by Kevin Ocasio on January 2, 2018 at 11:04 am

      The new and controversial Gutenberg editor is expected to be rolled out together with the release of WordPress version 5.0 this coming 2018. Currently available only as a plugin, Gutenberg is set to replace the default WP Editor for good. This has given rise to debates about the issue of Gutenberg's readiness to replace the current one. Even on WordPress's forums, web developers have also voiced their concerns about Gutenberg as the default WordPress editor. Some say this will only allow clients to mess up their websites, leading to more work for the developers and less productivity overall. […]

    • The WooCommerce Search Plugins Comparison
      by Nazar Lialka on December 29, 2017 at 10:53 am

      The search is one of the most important elements of any online store, since in most cases it defines whether a potential customer remains on your site or, after not finding the right product, leaves it without even looking through what your store offers. The search should work fast, show the results in the most convenient way and tend to a full-scale search, so that even with the fuzzy key query, the user can see the results displayed and get interested in the products of the store. […]

    • Make Your Website Look Professional in 8 Easy Steps
      by Rohit on December 28, 2017 at 11:03 am

      Just like in real life, the first impression is what matters the most on the Web. It takes just a couple of seconds for the first impression to be formed. The proper use of graphics, typography, and the right kind of layout can make or break your visitor’s trust. This is even more important for business websites since you want to build that trust with potential customers. In this article, we’ll talk about professional website design. We’ll focus on eight tips that can be used to make your site look more professional. Hopefully, this will help you turn visitors into loyal fans, as well as potential buyers into customers. Without further ado, let’s jump right in. […]

    • Inbound Brew: An Easy to Use, All-in-One Marketing Plugin
      by Lindsay Liedke on December 27, 2017 at 10:50 am

      It’s not enough these days to set up a beautiful looking website and hope that people stop by. In fact, email opt-ins, customer purchases, and blog post engagement do not typically happen overnight. It takes a lot to market your website and everything you have to offer, no matter what type of website you operate. However, the glaring problem with all of this is that in order to maximize your marketing efforts and really reap the benefits, you have to implement multiple tools from multiple sources – all of which do something different. That’s why today, we are going to take a look at Inbound Brew’s premium, all-in-one marketing plugin, by the same name – Inbound Brew -  and see just how marketers and small businesses can take advantage of having everything they need to market their website available in one convenient location. […]

    • How Giving Away Free WordPress Themes Can Benefit a Creative Community
      by Selina Ife on December 26, 2017 at 10:53 am

      Giving away free themes was never a priority for Envato, whose core value is helping the community succeed. However by working with the community it became a way to showcase high quality themes and help up and coming authors get noticed in a huge pool of talent. […]


    Leave a Reply