Wordpress

WordPress meta description

How to add a meta description in WordPress

Appropriate meta descriptions for a WordPress site allow users to find and visit your sites faster and more frequently. It’s no wonder then that adding a meta description in WordPress is a recommended practice. Learn how to create meta descriptions for WordPress, what you should consider, and what makes for a good description.

WordPress user roles

How to manage WordPress user roles

The order of content matters for your website and maintaining an optimal overview of topics covered becomes all the more important if you’ve got an entire team working on a website. To this end, WordPress roles define a user’s rights and abilities on a website. Read on to learn what WordPress user roles are, why they are useful, and how to assign appropriate permissions to new users.

WordPress blog

Create a WordPress blog – a few steps to success

A WordPress blog is like a diary in digital guise. But how do you create a blog with WordPress? How is a blog hosted? And which domain name is the right one? What are the technical, content, and legal details to consider when setting up a WordPress blog? Read on to find out how you can inspire readers with your content.

How to start a food blog

How to start and successfully run a food blog

From your kitchen to the Internet, if you have a passion for food and cooking, a blog is a creative way to share your skills and ideas with others. Local cuisines and food trends offer a plethora of inspiration. We’ll show you what to look out for when creating a food blog, what type of content is important, and the steps to get started.

WordPress Widgets

WordPress widgets - definition and function

WordPress widgets are dynamic elements that can be used to add additional functionality and content to a WordPress website or blog. Numerous widgets are already included in WordPress, many more by external providers can also be installed. Used correctly, widgets make a website even more appealing and bespoke. Read on to find out more.

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: robots.txt

WordPress robots.txt: how to set up the file

Search engines use crawlers to find new pages and index them for search. Although this is usually seen as a good thing, it can become annoying when parts of a website that aren’t meant for public eyes still get crawled. You can use robots.txt to exclude WordPress pages from crawlers. We explain how this works in our article.

Setting up WordPress staging

WordPress staging – develop and test accident-free

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.


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