You can invest lots of time and money into building a successful WordPress website, but one of the most important things to remember is to save everything – backup! The data in your WordPress website contains all the important information you need, so it’s really imperative that you keep it backed up just in case.
Right now, most theme updates and releases are specially catered to web users in 2019, and it’s important that yours is too. Though at first mention, you might be wondering why the year has anything to do with your website’s theme.
Some of the most fundamental changes to WordPress happened in 2018, and the new year will bring the adjustment of those changes to WordPress and its users. The entire page editing experience with WordPress has been completely redefined for 2019, with issues like accessibility, mobile usage, and security being focused on more.
The SEO Keyword Hound is an unique WordPress plugin – it’s the only SEO (search engine optimization) tool that tells you which keywords you should be using based on where your competitors already are.
Many of CreativeMinds’ plugins have features related to WordPress User Roles. From Subscriber to Editor and all the way to Administrator and beyond, User Roles grant different levels of access to your users, being an essential part of WordPress. As such, it’s important to know what you can achieve with them.
WordPress is the most popular blogging platform in existence. In the digital age, more and more people are blogging about business, entertainment, news and more. There are hundreds of WordPress plugins, but there are a select few that are essential for successful blogging.
After months of hype, WordPress 5.0 “Bebo” was finally launched! In this quick post we’ll focus on compatibility.
The major addition is related to the Gutenberg visual builder. The idea is straightforward – it organizes pages in building blocks so that the users can easily reorganize different elements as they see fit.
CreativeMinds brings you the latest news and feature stories related to WordPress! The November highlight, without a doubt, the launch of WordPress 5.0 – the date was pushed back to December 6th, amidst backlash over the calendar and issues with the new visual builder, Gutenberg.
WordPress is one of the most popular content management systems available, and the most unique part of WordPress is its vast amount of WordPress plugins. There are thousands of free and premium WordPress plugins that users can choose from to fully customize their WordPress website.
From quick culinary to advanced physics, the internet has so many resources on every conceivable subject it can be overwhelming – and it often is.
With that in mind, Kai Zhang created Market Cafe – Financial Market News & Analysis, a website dedicated to curating quality content in Chinese about the financial world. His goal: inform the local investors about the driving forces of the market without bombarding them with information.
You’ve taken the first steps toward building your own website after installing WordPress, but are asking yourself, what comes next?
Well WordPress is an incredible content management system (CMS)—the most popularly used worldwide—and is pretty easy to learn. But after installing WordPress for yourself and seeing the blank slate of your new website, moving forward can seem intimidating.
Having a WordPress website that is easy to navigate and is user-friendly is an important key for success. Most customers using WordPress websites will need to register and login before purchasing products or services, and this process should be as seamless as possible.
The wealth of information sharing on the internet has elevated eLearning into one of the most popular ways for people to explore topics that interest them and obtain new skills.
And really, it’s only natural that eLearning is growing so rapidly. Because of it, people who are passionate about teaching now easily share what they know, and audiences now quickly find the material they want. Plus, due to the countless numbers of courses being created all the time, there are eLearning subjects for virtually everything.
If you’re creating your first website, there’s a good chance that you are using WordPress, and you’re unsure about whether hiring a WordPress developer is a good idea.
Hiring a developer, or building a website yourself, are both perfectly viable ways to end up with what you want. The right decision really comes down to your unique situation, and the needs of your website.
In today’s age of the internet, when someone wants to create a website they’re most likely going to use a content management system (CMS), such as WordPress and Magento.
In a Nutshell: CMS are handy online platforms which provide tools that let users build websites suited to their personal or business needs.
What to do when you are a researcher and can’t find enough reliable resources in your language? A team of astronomers took the matter in their own hands and built an online directory of astronomical definitions using the Tooltip Glossary WordPress plugin.
Avivah Yamani is an astronomy communicator from Indonesia. Along with colleagues, she built an eLearning website in Indonesian in 2007