Earlier on WPBeginner, we showed you how to embed tweets in your WordPress post. Recently Facebook announced the ability to embed Facebook Status Posts anywhere on the web. In this article, we will show you how to embed Facebook statuses in your WordPress posts and… Read More »
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Recently, we wrote about using WordPress app on iOS devices and many users liked how easy it was to take photos and publish them to their WordPress site. If you like to take photos using your iPhone and iPad, then you would love Pressgram. It… Read More »
In the annual State of the Word talk, WordPress co-founder Matt Mullenweg shared some very interesting data. Like for example, we learned that only 4% of newly created blogs on WordPress.com actually experienced continued use (see the difference between WordPress.com vs WordPress.org blogs). It was… Read More »
By default WordPress displays your content in a blog format on the homepage. But what if you want to create a custom homepage in WordPress? Where does your blog page go? In this article, we will show you how to create a separate page for… Read More »
Sometimes little changes in a page’s design, copy, or layout can significantly improve its performance and conversion. But how do you find what changes works best for you? This is where A/B Split Testing comes in. It allows you to test different versions of a… Read More »
In this tutorial we will show you how you can display the total number of twitter followers as text on your WordPress site. You can style it in the way you want to fit your needs.
A common technique used by hackers to gain unauthorized access to websites is called ‘Brute Force’. Using this technique, hackers use software designed to scan a website for vulnerabilities and gain access by exploiting any of them. We use Sucuri for security of our websites… Read More »
Recently, on WPBeginner’s 4th birthday, we ran the largest WordPress giveaway ever. Thanks to the wonderful companies and our users who participated in the giveaway, we were able to raise $25,000 to build a school. Some of our readers asked us how they can run… Read More »
Developing a WordPress site locally can help speed up the development process. In the past, we showed you how to install WordPress on your Windows computer using WAMP and on Mac using MAMP. Once you have finished the development on localhost, the next step is… Read More »
Recently one of our users asked us if it was possible to add sticky posts to custom post type archives. By default, WordPress has the sticky functionality available for posts, but not for other post types. In this article we will show you how to… Read More »