WordPress tips

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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When you manage a website, you are often confronted with some content that is time-sensitive and needs to be published at a very specific time. In this post, we explore many of these cases and give you a solution. 1. Scheduling the publication of a post Let’s say that you must make an announcement for […]

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WordPress’ latest updated came with issues for many websites worldwide, because the popular CMS stopped including the jquery-migrate tool by default. This tool allowed you to keep including jQuery scripts written for older versions of jQuery. In general, the problems you’ll meet will be concerning features that use jQuery, for example image carousels or visual […]

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Many of your website’s users are on mobile, and this number keeps growing. If your website is designed properly, it is already responsive and displays well on mobile devices. There are also small details that you can change on your website to make it convert more on mobile. For example, you can add links to […]

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When building a website, it is useful to be able to detect if you are on a mobile device or not. The main purpose of such a feature is to be able to better manage your page’s weight, but it can also be used to hide or display content based on the type of device […]

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In WordPress, some errors come as a surprise and don’t seem related to anything you have previously done. Sometimes, it can be caused by a plugin, other times it is just about your server setup. Nevertheless, even it is just a notice and not an error that prevents your site from loading, you should always […]

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