Do you want to start a WordPress blog the right way? We know that starting a blog can be a terrifying thought specially when you are not geeky. Guess what – you are not alone. Having helped over 130,000+ users start a blog, we have… Read More »
When you are starting a blog, choosing the right theme is crucial for your success. During the process, you will likely have to decide between free WordPress themes vs premium WordPress themes. Often users ask us which one is better and what’s our selection process… Read More »
Thinking about building an email list? Beginner’s often end up making email marketing mistakes that are detrimental to their business. In this article, we will share 11 email marketing mistakes that all WordPress users must avoid. 1. Using WordPress to Run an Email List or… Read More »
Are you encountering a common WordPress error on your site? Do you want to troubleshoot these WordPress errors on your own? Most of these errors can be solved by following easy troubleshooting steps. In this beginner’s guide, we will show you how to troubleshoot WordPress… Read More »
WordPress comes with so many awesome features and is continuously changing. Some of these features may not get the attention they deserve and remain a little hidden. In this article, we will show you 10 awesome WordPress features that you probably didn’t know existed. 1.… Read More »
When you install a fresh copy of WordPress, it comes with 1 default post, 1 default comment, and 1 default category. This category is named Uncategorized. Unlike the post and the comment this category cannot be deleted because it serves a very special purpose. That very special purpose is to show the carelessnes of an editor.
Beginner users often ask us what are widgets and how to use widgets in WordPress. Widgets allow you to add different functionality and features to your WordPress sidebars without writing any code. In this article, we will show you how to add and use Widgets… Read More »
In WordPress, when delete a post or comment, it goes into trash. By default, trashed posts and comments remain in your database for 30 days giving you enough time to restore them if needed. After 30 days, WordPress automatically deletes all trash content permanently. In… Read More »