Installing Twitter Cards on your WordPress Site

Twitter has added support for bloggers to automatically create customizable previews whenever someone shares one of their links. These previews, called Twitter Cards, can display an image from the post along with a snippet and an easy link to the author’s Twitter handle. View full post on WordPress Tutorials

How to Add Google Analytics to WordPress in Under 60 Seconds

Analytics can show where they landed on your site, what they read, how long they stayed, what they were searching, the browser they were using, where they live, their age and even their interests. Adding Google Analytics to your site is easy. So simple, in fact, that it takes less than a minute! View full post […]

Beginners Guide to RSS and WordPress

What is RSS? Well, RSS stands for “Really Simple Syndication”, though its origin can be traced to “Rich Site Summary”. In simple terms, RSS a medium of syndicating a website’s content in a highly efficient and organized manner. Released in the year 1999, RSS had a huge impact on the evolution of the Internet – […]

Importing CSV Files into WordPress

One of the more common tasks that you’ll see in web application development deals with importing data usually in some file type. A challenge, though, with importing data via CSV  comes with giving the user visual feedback as to how the process is going. Importing large data sets and relying on the API to take care […]

How To Create WordPress Post Formats

Post formats act as a different way of grouping posts, allowing you to define the kind of post content you are publishing. Once posts are grouped by format, you can choose to arrange posts together, style posts differently, or organize posts according to their post format. View full post on WordPress Tutorials

Tips for an awesome and SEO-friendly blog post

Writing a blog post is a skill. In order to keep your reader interested, you should think about structuring your text and writing in an appealing style. You should help your readers to grasp the main idea of your post by providing headings, subheadings and clear paragraphs. View full post on WordPress Tutorials

How to Migrate Your Website to WordPress

With WordPress becoming increasingly popular by the day, it is only obvious more people will jump on the bandwagon.  Must you really start all over when you move to WordPress? Well, no. You can migrate your HTML website to WordPress easily while retaining the content, design and even SEO rankings. View full post on WordPress Tutorials

How to Add Custom Code to Your WordPress Site

Writing PHP, CSS, and HTML5 to modify a WordPress site can get pretty frustrating, but a good guide can make it easier. This is not that guide. This is just about how to add the code to your site once it’s already done. Don’t worry, though – that’s just as important. As there are quite […]

Protect WordPress sites with .htaccess

WordPress is without doubt the most popular CMS at this moment in time, dwarfing other options such as Joomla and Drupal. While this is a good thing for WordPress, it now has a very large and active community contributing plug-ins, themes and fixes, but with this growth it now also has its bad points… So […]