When starting out, most bloggers believe that it is super hard to get people to your blog. Whereas most expert bloggers think that getting people to your blog is the easy part. Getting the users to stay on your site is harder. Most users come… Read More »
Did you know that you can do the basic image editing in the WordPress backend? What do we mean by basic? Well simply cropping, rotating, scaling image sizes, and flipping the vertically or horizontally. When using WordPress for micro-blogging or when writing a quick post… Read More »
We heard the buzz about Google+ few months back. It was invite only and very limited. They were not allowing any business to join. Some businesses created a profile as a personal account, and they were all banned. Finally Google has given an official go-ahead… Read More »
If you have used WordPress, then you have probably switched themes at least once in your life. If you haven’t, and this is your first time, then it is even better. The beauty of WordPress is that it makes it very easy for users to… Read More »
At WPBeginner, we often publish tutorials asking users to add code snippets into WordPress. Copying and pasting code in WordPress theme files may seem easy to experienced users, but it is quite tedious and intimidating for beginners. Due to unfamiliarity with coding, beginners may end… Read More »
In the past we have shown you how to setup FeedBurner for your WordPress site. Recently we had an issue here at WPBeginner where our Feedburner feed was not updating. We published a post 8 hours ago, and our feed was still not updated. After… Read More »
Banner advertisement is by far the most common form of advertisement through out the web (including blogs). There are numerous ways to sell ads in your WordPress blog, but in this particular article, we will share with you a particular company, BuySellAds, that we have… Read More »
In this infographic we attempt to explain what is a WordCamp, history of WordCamps, Who is the WordCamp for, what should you expect when attending WordCamps, and what are the benefits of attending a WordCamp.
We are getting tons of requests for a detailed tutorial on how to speed up your WordPress blog. In the past presentations, we have stressed a whole lot about CDN, but it still seems that we don’t clarify ourselves enough. Many beginners still don’t understand… Read More »
Due to security reasons, WordPress strips Youtube (or other video platforms) iFrame tags when you switch the editor mode. In this article, we will show you why you should be using iFrames for Videos in WordPress and how you can do it easily.