WordPress How-tos & Tutorials

If you have a Google Search Console account for your website, here is how you can give permissions to someone else, for example to finish the setup on the website. 1. Go to Google Search Console 2. Go to settings, then click on the username 3. Click on the “Add User” button 4. Insert the […]

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Windows is the most targetted operating system for computers, iOS the most targetted mobile operating system. Guess what could be the most targetted CMS? WordPress, obviously, is also a victim of its own success, with plenty of scripts designed to target specific flaws in the tool. 1. Update regularly The most common cause for WordPress […]

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Imagine a world where non-programmers can include advanced functionalities to their website without the need to learn how to code or learn complicated procedures. With WordPress, this world exists, thanks to shortcodes. What are shortcodes in WordPress A shortcode is just what its name suggests: a short way to include code. It allows you to […]

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Keeping all your passwords organized is important if you don’t want to spend too much time resetting them too often. However, nobody is perfect and mistakes happen, it will probably happen that you are stuck and can’t find your password. On top of that, keep in mind that changing your password regularly is important for […]

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As a WordPress professional, we see too many people having bad habits when it comes to their website’s management. For example, they will send their own admin account with their own password, to the people who will help them on the site. This is a bad idea, because you will not be able to see […]

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Marketing is expensive and time-consuming. There, I said it. Online marketing can be perceived as much cheaper as there is little materiel cost, but it takes a lot of time, which has to be paid somehow. For that reason, many companies are intimidated into inaction, as they are afraid to take a first step that […]

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If you run a website and you are serious about it, you probably run a service to analyze the statistics of this website. If you do use such a web stats tool, it’s likely that you are using Google Analytics, as it has a 70% market share in that industry. There is another thing that […]

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HTML tags are the primary tool web designers use to establish a website’s structure. Although they are not visible, they are ubiquitous and define the nature of every object on a web page. Tags are well documented, but it’s still easy to make a mistake and use a sub-optimal HTML tag, for example by using […]

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There is no doubt, the plugin ecosystem is a key factor to WordPress’ success and its main strength. However, it also is its main weakness. In fact, a great number of security and performance issues came from plugins and caused great damage on a large number of websites. Moreover, incompatibilities between plugins can cause serious […]

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Whether you noticed it or not, your WordPress website sends quite a lot of emails. Obviously, it does when someone fills a contact form on your website. However, it sends a lot more emails, from the login confirmation to the account creation confirmation, password reset, or comment notification. As you can notice, it’s mostly related […]

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