WordPress 5.5 was released to the public on August 11, 2020. A new feature was introduced that adds basic, extensible XML sitemaps functionality into WordPress core. Sounds good, right? Right?…
Changing the font sizes in WordPress is a little more difficult than changing colors. The process is basically the same, but with one extra step. We will have to make…
I’ve been providing support to WordPress users since 2010, and one of the most common questions I get is about changing the colors in a theme. It can be a…
I have noticed that my WordPress hosting packages have started approaching their Disk Space and Inode limits. Have you ever wondered by how much WordPress has actually changed in the last 10 years? What’s the difference between WordPress 3.0 and WordPress 5.0? That’s exactly what I decided to look at.
I decided to go through some existing WordPress.org plugins and see if I could spot some common characteristics of popular plugins. Using publicly available data available for these plugins, I have analyzed 18,087 plugins and decided to share my findings. This might be useful to plugin developers and marketers.
A collection of 20 beautiful websites using Evora WordPress theme. Evora is a premium WordPress theme created by Flothemes for photographers and other creatives.
I talked to Michael Hebenstreit after his sale of MHThemes.com, a popular magazine-style theme shop which now has a new owner. We talked about running a WordPress theme shop, magazine-style WordPress themes, Gutenberg, Newspack and the importance of separating work and family time.
Looking to start a rental property website on WordPress? No matter If you are a seasoned property manager with years under your belt or just starting out, it's a pretty doable task.
Today we will be looking at some church websites powered by the Prayer WordPress Theme, a premium church theme that you can buy from CSSIgniter for only $49.
Today we will be looking at some of the most interesting museum websites powered by WordPress. These websites are great examples of how WordPress can be used as a CMS for a static website, not like the more common usage as a posts-based blogging platform.
Today I was informed about a potential issue that my WordPress themes have with Polylang plugin. Header Media was not being displayed on the homepage of secondary languages, so I had to look into it. Took me half an hour of debugging to find the solution. Here it is.