WordPress tutorials by the WP Experts

For those who are not yet convinced of the beauty of Gutenberg as an editor for WordPress, I believe this Chart Blocks For Gutenberg plugin could change your mind. How would you do this in such an easy and elegant manner with the classic editor? (hint: you don’t). With this plugin, you can create all […]

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Since 2015, with the version 4.2 of WordPress, emoji support has been integrated in our favorite open source CMS. However, not everyone enjoys the use of emojis, so it may be a good idea to remove it in that case and make small performance gains by removing a few requests. Let’s see how you can […]

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For any design, whether it’s for the Internet or for print, typography is a core element that can make or break your design. Although web design doesn’t allow as accurate type as print, it’s still important to keep your web typography well-designed. Let’s see what you should keep in mind when it comes to typography […]

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This happens to us quite often at WP Expert. A client comes to us to help with their website, is able to to give us access to the hosting, but has no idea about giving us access to the WordPress admin. In this case, we usually go through the database to add a new admin […]

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We are often approached by clients that already did their research for their website project and found a WordPress theme that they like, but that would need a bit of customization to perfectly fit their needs. As you already know if you are familiar with WordPress, a theme is the template that is used to […]

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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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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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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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