Wordpress

WordPress: examining the well-known CMS

WordPress: The CMS for more than just blogs

The CMS WordPress started out as a popular tool for blogs. Since then, it has developed into the world’s most prominent content management system. Due to its high profile as market leader, the demands on WordPress’ functionality are great. Is the CMS up to the task? Find out in our comprehensive WordPress review.

pingbacks and trackbacks—the basics

What do ‘pingback’ and ‘track back’ mean?

For those looking to run a successful blog, maintaining a constant exchange with other bloggers, website operators, and the rest of the internet community is of the utmost importance. By referring to the entries of other bloggers within your own texts, you won’t just attract new readers; you’ll also manage to generate valuable backlinks. Methods like trackbacks and pingbacks can help you with this...

WordPress white screen: Common error solutions

The 10 most common WordPress problems and their solutions

WordPress errors force website operators and visitors to recreate their content. Many people are familiar with the situation in which they want to visit a website, but instead WordPress only displays a white page. Luckily, there is a suitable solution for every typical WordPress error. You don’t need to be a professional to fix the most common WordPress problems. This 1&1 guide helps you quickly...

WordPress shortcodes: the most useful short commands

WordPress shortcodes: how to make your project more dynamic

Thanks to simple installation and numerous extensions WordPress is the first choice for many when it comes to content management systems. One special feature that developers published with version 2.5 are the so-called shortcodes. This practical short command is linked with PHP script and makes it possible for authors or editors to easily implement dynamic content.

WordPress frameworks at a glance

WordPress frameworks: the easy way to get your ideal theme

Themes are a great way to give your WordPress project a unique look and add special features quickly and easily. Intuitive and beginner-friendly, no programming knowledge is needed to implement your perfect look. The basis for many purchasable layout templates are special themes, which contain layout editors and basic functions and resemble a homepage kit. These special WordPress frameworks can...

WordPress themes: The best designs for your website

The most popular WordPress themes

If you’re looking for a theme for your WordPress website, you certainly are spoiled for choice. More than 5,000 free options alone are available to users on WordPress.org. In addition, there are countless themes distributed by third-party websites – partially at a fee. So how can you be sure you’ve made the right choice? In this guide, we introduce you to some options and deliver an overview of...

WordPress Gutenberg

WordPress Gutenberg: What does the new editor do?

The upcoming version 5.0 of WordPress will use the Gutenberg editor to make some changes to how articles are created. Gutenberg uses “blocks” instead of HTML and CSS. The act of creating an article has a playful element, with the author assembling their articles block by block. In practice, Gutenberg has been available for some time now and has caused quite a divide. So, what is behind the new...

Thesis: A WordPress framework for responsive projects

Thesis: The WordPress framework focused on SEO

The WordPress framework Thesis is appreciated in many different ways: some value the divergence of the theme kit whereas others evaluate it as an unnecessary complication when working on new layout templates for the popular content management system. Basically, the Thesis framework presents itself as an excellent parent theme solution, which can be enjoyed – despite its rather cumbersome start –...

WordPress: the best alternatives in profile

The best WordPress alternatives: an overview

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...

CMS comparison

CMS comparison 2019: The 5 most popular open source systems

Range of functions, ease of use, and technical aspects: If you’re searching for the right content management system (CMS) for your website, many factors must be taken into consideration. Worlds lie between a small blog and a huge company website, but sometimes the same system is behind both. The market for open source solutions of the CMS variety is huge. Among the best known are WordPress, TYPO3,...


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