Page speed is one aspect of SEO. Google and other search engines and – above all – your blog visitors love fast page loading. As the blog owner, you value your readers’ time, so don’t let them wait more than 10 seconds for any page… Read More »
Best WordPress Tutorials
WPBeginner WordPress tutorials allow you to extend the power of WordPress. Our step by step WordPress tutorials are easy to understand and follows the WordPress best practices. Don't waste your time buying books that cover just the basics. These WordPress tutorials contain real-life examples, tips, and hacks that allows you to learn WordPress faster.
When creating our WPBeginner Gallery Site, we needed to generate custom branded short urls automatically for each site submitted to the gallery, and then store them as a custom field as soon as the post was published. Now while we will leave the auto-generating Bit.ly… Read More »
From our experience and research of many industry experts, it seems that Search Engine visitors are more likely to click on targeted advertisements then your regular readers. In this article, we will share a technique that will let you make more money from your blogs by simply displaying ads to your Search Engine Visitors ONLY. Whereas your regular visitors do not see these ads. This works very well with targeted Pay-Per-Click (PPC) ad units such as Google Adsense.
In our earlier articles, we showed a way for users to remove the visual editor mode from the WordPress post panel. The downside of that trick is that it requires editing each user profile and setting a preference. In this article, we will share with you a way that you can set HTML Editor as the default editor for all users in your WordPress site.
Do you run a blog with multiple authors? Then, you probably have wondered how you can set a minimum word count for your posts in WordPress. In this article, we will share with you a snippet that lets you set a minimum Word count for your WordPress posts. If a user tries to publish a post that is too small, then it will return an error telling them the post is not long enough.
In our step by step guide to setup a FeedBurner account with WordPress, we recommend that you should redirect your WordPress feeds to the feedburner feeds using the official FeedBurner FeedSmith Plugin. Today, one of our users reported a bug that by redirecting the feeds,… Read More »
Have you ever had a time where you wanted to add some specialized content to your WordPress post or page, but weren’t sure how? Fortunately, WordPress provides something called a shortcode to make this kind of task extremely easy.
If you are using Custom Post Types, or thinking of custom post types, then you may have the urge to add it into your main RSS Feed. In this article, we will share how you can add Custom Post Types to your main WordPress RSS feeds.
One of our users asked us how can they create a separate RSS feed for a specific custom post type in WordPress. In this article, we will be answering that question.
One of our users asked us a question on twitter (@wpbeginner), how to create a custom post types archive page. We covered it in our initial article about Custom Post Types, but it wasn’t explained thoroughly. So in this article, we will show you a step by step guide on creating a custom post types archive page in WordPress.