WordPress staging refers to a separate test environment for a WordPress installation, which allows you to test WordPress updates, plugins, and templates for compatibility before integrating them on a live website. WordPress test environments protect developers from crippling a working WordPress site with updates or self-written code.
We all know what they look like. Maybe you regularly read blogs on fashion, books, or cooking yourself. But what is a blog? And is it any different to a website? If you’re new to the world of blogging, fear not. This article contains everything you need to know – the types of blogs that exist, how a blog works, and how you can start a successful blog yourself.
There are lots of tools for bloggers – and anyone who runs a blog can certainly use some good tools. But it’s difficult to decide on the right blogging tools, especially for beginners. In our guide you’ll find an overview of the most popular applications for bloggers with comprehensive explanations of their functions, so that you can start your personal blog right away.
Starting a new project is always difficult, especially when you’re wanting to join the world of blogging. In part 1 of our blogging series, we discussed the technical aspects of starting a blog. But how do you go about searching for topics? Read part 2 here to discover how to collect blog ideas, pick a suitable blog topic, and analyse the potential of your new venture.
Learn how to effectively protect the administration area of your WordPress blog from hackers and brute force attacks with .htaccess directory protection.
With Google Authenticator, you can combine classic username and password login to your WordPress site with an additional security code. Find out how to increase the security of your website in this handy article.
These days, there are many options for aspiring web developers. Out of all the homepage toolkits and content management systems available on the net, WordPress is without a doubt the most popular, thanks to its all-rounder qualities. Originally intended to be blogging software, over the years the program has evolved to include a wide range of plugins, making it a suitable platform for almost any...
Browser tabs contain two elements - the title of your website and a small image known as a favicon. A good favicon makes it easier for users to navigate their browsers and strengthens your brand identity. So how do you add a favicon to your WordPress site? There are three ways of doing it - using the WordPress Customizer, by using a plug-in, or doing it manually. Keep reading for step-by-step...
There are lots of reasons why you might want to copy WordPress pages. If you want to create lots of similar pages for your WordPress site, it’s much easier to copy one page and edit it than to create the pages one by one. In this guide we’re going to explain three simple ways of duplicating WordPress pages and posts: using a plugin, using the Gutenberg editor, and using the WordPress Code Editor.
You can influence your visitors’ first impression of your WordPress site by setting a page as your home page. As the first point of contact and the business card for your website, the choice of start page makes a significant difference. Whether you want a static or dynamic home page, we’re here to show you how to set an individual page to be your WordPress home page.