Bootstrap and WordPress seems like a natural pairing. Both are designed to hide a lot of under-the-hood technical stuff beneath a user-friendly (more or less) interface or framework.
But they weren’t made to integrate with each other, so using Bootstrap isn’t as easy as installing a WordPress theme or plugin. Continue reading “How to Use Bootstrap with WordPress”
Back in 2014, we were introduced to ad blockers. Honestly, it was and still is a good concept. Things like Adblock give users the ability to block unwanted ads. The problem is, if you are a content creator or run a WordPress website, then more than likely you are counting on these ads displaying as part of your revenue stream.
Continue reading “7 Ways to Get Around Ad Blockers and Make More Money in WordPress”
The Gutenberg editor changed the way WordPress works upon its release in the 5.0 update. Since then, plugin developers have created new Gutenberg blocks that can add even more customization to your content.
Continue reading “23 of the Best Plugins for Gutenberg Blocks in WordPress”
WordPress is the most popular CMS in the world and it is thanks to how customizable it is to use. WordPress plugins make the platform do just about anything, and there are tens of thousands to choose from.
However, there is such a thing as too many plugins. And understanding when that is can be difficult.
Continue reading “How Many WordPress Plugins is too Many for Site Performance?”
WordPress is very well known for its ability to craft highly engaging blogging websites. However, thanks to the thousands of plugins and themes, It can be sculpted into any type. This is why many will use WordPress for a website even without blogging content.
Continue reading “Yes, You Can Use WordPress for a Website without a Blog”
The holiday season is a great time to really engage your target audience from the website. With a few adjustments, you can make visitors feel warm and welcome by adding seasonal elements. And of course, WordPress can be customized to show your holiday spirit to everyone who visits.
Continue reading “25 Ways to Add Christmas and Holiday Spirit to WordPress”
There is an overwhelming choice of WordPress themes available on the web. Today, this is no longer an issue to find a ready-made web design that can ideally suit your online project.
WordPress themes provide you with all you need to create any topic-specific web resource without the need to look for the respective functionality all by yourself. Continue reading “Paid vs Free WordPress Themes. What’s the Best Choice for Site Building?”
In this article, I’m going to compare two of the most popular blogging services in a WordPress vs. Blogger shoot out.
A lot has changed since the first blogging software and services were launched at the end of the last century. The Internet of 1999 wouldn’t recognize the Internet of today. Continue reading “WordPress vs. Blogger: Which is the Best Blogging Platform?”
WordPress SEO is an ongoing debate among many website owners. Most of the major SEO plugin options are constantly being updated and reconfigured. It can be tough to keep up good SEO practices with all the constant changes. With that being said, let’s take a look at two WordPress SEO plugins and see which one may be better for optimizing your website.
Continue reading “SEOpress vs Yoast: Which is Better for WordPress SEO?”
Video content is becoming more important every day, and mobile users have played a big part in it. Thankfully, WordPress fully supports a variety of video content. You can find plenty of awesome WordPress YouTube plugins to enhance your content.
Continue reading “11 of the Best WordPress YouTube Plugins and Why Use Them”