WordPress Tutorials

Are you keen to start modifying your website but feel completely lost at step one? WordPress tutorials are often simple, but start with phrases like “open your theme’s functions.php file,” which can instantly throw a beginner off track. Where is this… Read More ›

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  • WordPress Tutorials


    I’m sure many of us have been there: Loading times on your site are terrible, perhaps you’re getting a few timeout errors, the admin is sluggish, and the overall experience of using your WordPress site is declining. Rapidly. Unfortunately, small annoyances… Read More ›

  • WordPress Tutorials


    If you’re a freelancer or run a business that provides consultations, it’s important to make yourself readily available to potential clients. Emailing back and forth to arrange times for meetings is inefficient, time consuming and, frankly, outdated. Fortunately, streamlining consultations is… Read More ›

  • Turning Pro


    Yesterday was a big day for me. It was a day I have been working toward and dreaming about for a long time. It was the day I decided to turn pro. I took a huge leap of faith and quit my… Read More ›

  • WordPress Tutorials


    Sometimes you may find an awesome theme only to realize it would be great if it had an extra navigation menu with important or frequently used links to increase the usability of your WordPress site. With just a little bit… Read More ›

  • WordPress Tutorials

    WordPress errors can be frustrating, but there are usually ways to solve them. One such error involves the WordPress login screen and Google Chrome. Some users trying to access their WordPress admin panel have found that Google Chrome seemingly auto-fills… Read More ›

  • WordPress Tutorials


    Admin pages are the heart and soul of plugins. It’s easy to assume they are complex form-filled monsters, the sole purpose of which is to gather data from the user. The truth is, admin pages provide a familiar place to welcome… Read More ›

  • WordPress Tutorials


    If you oversee the management of your WordPress content, you’ll know how time-consuming it can be to manage and edit library images to your preferred size. They might need to fit your page and its content sufficiently, or you could… Read More ›

  • WordPress Tutorials – WPMU.org


    Getting posts from the WordPress database is one of my favorite topics. The flexibility of the WP_Query class – which allows you to do this – is awesome, it enables all the fancy CMS-like features you see on the front-end…. Read More ›

  • WordPress Tutorials – WPMU.org

    WordPress Multisite is a powerful solution for launching several websites off just one WordPress install. While it’s relatively straightforward to set up, uninstalling it can be a challenge for the uninitiated. In this Weekend WordPress Project, I’ll show you how… Read More ›


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