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Tutorials | kinsta.com | 5 days ago

How to Change Your WordPress Domain (Keeping SEO Benefits)

There are a lot of different reasons why you might want to change domain names. This is a complete step by step tutorial you can follow.

5 min read Gediminas B
Tutorials | hostinger.com | 4 days ago

How to Create a Contact form on WordPress

Communication is important for any business or project. Check out this tutorial and learn how to implement a contact form on your WordPress site in a few minutes!

How to Create a Contact form on WordPress

Tutorials | hostinger.com | 4 days ago

Introduction A contact form is highly beneficial for your website – it helps to keep your email address private (this way reducing spam) and it makes easier and quicker for your visitors to get in touch directly via your website.
If you’ve created a Contact us page on your WordPress website, it’s easy to add a contact form, personalize it and start receiving messages.
The easiest way to create a form is by using a WordPress plugin – currently, there are many you can choose from. On this tutorial, we’ll use Contact Form 7.
With more than 3 million active installs, Contact Form 7 is the most widely used Contact Form WordPress plugin. Its intuitive interface and quick setup will help you create a form in no time.
What you’ll need
Access to your WordPress admin dashboard
Step 1 – Installing Contact form 7
Log in to your WordPress dashboard, and select Plugins > Add new from the left-hand side menu.
Search for Contact form 7 and select Install.
Once installed, select Activate to activate the plugin on your website.
Step 2 – Creating a form
Once the plugin is active, a new section Contact is shown on your dashboard left-hand side menu.
Select

6 min read Rhys Wynne
Tutorials | firecask.com | 10 days ago

A Guide To The Gutenberg WordPress Editor

Last year, WordPress teased us with ‘a new way to WordPress’, also known as Gutenberg; a new editor due to replace the traditional publisher in Spring 2018. Gutenberg aims to revolutionise and demystify the way we publish content through WordPress, so that people of all technical abilities can build beautiful sites and blogs with ease.

A Guide To The Gutenberg WordPress Editor

Tutorials | firecask.com | 10 days ago

Last year, WordPress teased us with ‘a new way to WordPress’, also known as Gutenberg; a new editor due to replace the traditional publisher in Spring 2018. Gutenberg aims to revolutionise and demystify the way we publish content through WordPress, so that people of all technical abilities can build beautiful sites and blogs with ease.
Gutenberg is currently available as a WordPress plugin, however, the new editor will replace the old one later this year. That’s why we’ve put together this handy introductory guide, to help you (and us!) get to know Gutenberg and its fantastic new features.
Content blocks
Current WordPress Editor
New WordPress Editor – (Codename Gutenberg)
Content blocks are one of the biggest changes introduced in the new Gutenberg editor, and they make editing and adding different mediums of content a whole lot easier!
The image above shows the content split into 3 blocks, and each of these individual blocks can be formatted independently. For example, block 1 is in H2 formatting, block 2 is in bullet points and the text in block 3 is aligned to the right. As well as this, blocks can be copied, pasted, and moved around to different points

13 min read Igor Benić
Tutorials | ibenic.com | Nov. 17, 2017

Configuring Webpack in WordPress for the First Time

This is a tutorial on configuring Webpack in WordPress for the first time. It goes from simple JavaScript to Babel and from CSS to SASS.

Configuring Webpack in WordPress for the First Time

Tutorials | ibenic.com | Nov. 17, 2017

Adding Webpack in your WordPress plugin or theme might feel scary. I stepped out from my comfort zone while working on a new plugin. Since that plugin might be using React or Vue in a future version, I wanted to have Babel and similar there. In this tutorial, I will show you the steps I used to configure Webpack in WordPress for my first time. Since this is my first Webpack configuration, it may lack some of the useful plugins and scripts. If you think I should include something, you’re welcome to comment that at the end of this tutorial.
Getting Started with Webpack
To get started using Webpack, you must first install the pre-requisites. If you don’t have Node.js installed, go to the website and follow the install instructions. It will take you a few minutes of your time.
That’s it! Now we can move on. Just check npm -v if you have that there. If not, you might want to restart your computer. But in general, you should only quite and re-open the terminal (command line).
Since I have set this for my own plugin, I will talk about my plugin folder. For your own WordPress products, the only things that you will have to change is the path to your JavaScript or CSS (theme

Tutorials | kinsta.com | Sep. 1, 2017

How to Fix a 502 Bad Gateway Error on Your WordPress Site

Typically a 502 bad gateway error is not a client-side problem, but rather one with your host. However, WordPress third-party plugins and themes with bad code or unoptimized queries can also cause these errors. Here are some tips on how to handle them.

How to Fix a 502 Bad Gateway Error on Your WordPress Site

Tutorials | kinsta.com | Sep. 1, 2017

When it comes to WordPress, there are a lot of different errors that can be downright frustrating and confusing. A few that come to mind are the white screen of death or the frightening error establishing a database connection. But an even more popular one is the 502 bad gateway error. Why? Because this regularly happens around the entire web, not only to WordPress sites, but even popular services such as Gmail, Twitter, and Cloudflare. But of course, we really only care about how it impacts your WordPress site. Read more below about what causes this error and some solutions on how to quickly resolve it. What is a 502 Bad Gateway Error?
Every time you visit a website your browser sends a request to a web server. The web server receives and processes the request, and then sends back the requested resources along with an HTTP header and HTTP status code. Typically an HTTP status code isn’t seen unless something goes wrong. It’s basically the servers way of notifying you that something has gone wrong, along with the code on how to diagnose it.
There are many different types of 500 status error codes (500, 502, 503 504, etc) which all have slightly different meanings. These

Tutorials | kinsta.com | Jun. 9, 2017

How to Increase the WordPress Maximum Upload File Size

The all too common "exceeds the maximum upload size for this site” error can be very frustrating, as most hosts keep this limit low by default. Check out these steps on how to easily change the maximum upload file size.

How to Increase the WordPress Maximum Upload File Size

Tutorials | kinsta.com | Jun. 9, 2017

If you are reading this post, no doubt you have run into an issue uploading files to your WordPress site and are looking for a quick fix. The all too common “exceeds the maximum upload size for this site” error can be very frustrating. So in this post, we will dig into the root of the problem and provide you with some quick ways to resolve this issue and get back to uploading your files. First of all, why in the world does this happen? Well, it’s important to understand that this is usually not a WordPress issue. In most cases, the WordPress maximum upload file size is a server-level setting which also means that unfortunately, you can’t resolve it from within WordPress.
This limit exists for security and efficiency’s sake. It prevents users from flooding your site with huge video uploads and grinding your servers to a halt. We think that’s fair enough, but nowadays a default upload of 2 or 5 MB (an amount many servers default to) just doesn’t cut it, let’s see how we can go about increasing it.
Increasing The WordPress Maximum Upload File Size
There are three basic ways you can go about resolving the WordPress maximum upload file size

Tutorials | wedevs.com | Aug. 10, 2017

WordPress User Roles, Permissions and Capabilities Explained

This post explains WordPress User Roles in details. This should clear anybody's conception about what role to assign to a user in WordPress depending on capabilities.

WordPress User Roles, Permissions and Capabilities Explained

Tutorials | wedevs.com | Aug. 10, 2017

Due to massive popularity and usability, WordPress is now powering almost 27% of world’s websites. It has many handy features that provide the best user experience along with an open world possible of doing anything. Among many default features, WordPress has built in website security and privacy system. This allows managing different WordPress user roles, which becomes very handy to control how users interact with your website. WordPress User Roles – The Internal Website Security
When you install WordPress to power up your website, you get a handy role management system. It effectively defines which actions an individual user can perform inside your website. Sadly, this feature is often overlooked, but you will eventually feel the importance of roles while your website grows.
In today’s blog post, we will explain the user roles that you get with WordPress. We will explain and compare each of them. This will give you a brief understanding of the internal security and privacy system of WordPress.
WordPress enables five default user roles and luckily, it helps to control the behavior of your users. Let’s find out about these WordPress user roles.
Administrator

26 min read Damien O'Neill
Tutorials | apppresser.com | Apr. 25, 2017

How to Speed Up WordPress for Mobile: The Ultimate Guide

This article is huge and shows tonnes of tips for speeding up your WordPress site!

How to Speed Up WordPress for Mobile: The Ultimate Guide

Tutorials | apppresser.com | Apr. 25, 2017

Speeding up WordPress load times for mobile devices is the single most important thing you can do for mobile optimization. Even if you have the most beautiful responsive design the world has ever seen, it’s not going to matter if your site loads slowly. Many people on mobile devices simply won’t wait for your site to load, they’ll get frustrated and go to your competitor.
Speeding up your site can directly increase your sales and decrease bounce rates, making a huge impact on your bottom line. There are many reasons why your site could be slow, including hosting, caching, site errors, and more. This stuff can get really technical, my goal is to give you practical tips, not bog you down with jargon.
No matter what industry you are in, you will be able to improve your website speed on mobile (and desktop) using the information in this guide.
According to recent research by DoubleClick the average load time for mobile sites is 19 seconds over 3G.
You may be saying, 3G is slow, I’m always on wifi! That may be true for you, but remember that China and India have over 8.5X the population of the United States, and they mainly use older Android devices on slow connections.

6 min read Matt Cromwell
Tutorials | calderaforms.com | Apr. 12, 2017

Accepting Payments for Consulting Services - Caldera Forms

Sometimes working with clients is as easy as a contact form and a payment form. If that's your situation, this article helps you do that easily with CalderaForms.

Accepting Payments for Consulting Services - Caldera Forms

Tutorials | calderaforms.com | Apr. 12, 2017

Andrew Lima is a Support Engineer and Junior Developer at Caldera Labs. He also works on a handful of other WordPress projects, and is an active member of the community. Andrew is based out of Johannesburg, South Africa. We’re super excited that that ConsultPress by Proteus Themes officially supports Caldera Forms. ConsultPress is a theme designed for professional consultants that are looking to create an online presence. We have added Proteus Themes to our recommended themes list beacuse their themes look great, work well with Caldera Forms and we have a good relationship with the company.
Caldera Forms works seamlessly with ConsultPress to offer beautiful, sleek and actionable forms for all your consulting needs. In celebration of this partnership, we want to show you how you can combine the powers of ConsultPress and Caldera Forms to create a lead generation form and a form to accept payments for consulting services on your WordPress site.
Capture Leads for Your Consulting Business
Creating The Lead Capture Form
Creating forms with Caldera Forms is easy thanks for the drag and drop form editor. If you’re new to Caldera Forms, I would recommend looking at our getting started

Tutorials | wedevs.com | Aug. 9, 2017

The Ultimate Guide on How to Change WordPress Domain Address

This is a step by step guide to safely change your domain. It could be entirely new domain or www to without www or to a sub domain. But this is fine tuned, very well tested process to change your WordPress site address.

The Ultimate Guide on How to Change WordPress Domain Address

Tutorials | wedevs.com | Aug. 9, 2017

Today we are going to share something very basic for WordPress Developers, but quite complex for general WP users. Recently, we have encountered many queries on changing domain names of WordPress powered sites. So, we have prepared this step by step guide to explain how to change WordPress site address (URL). There are several ways of migrating your site to another domain. Here, we will discuss the easiest method. Let’s find out how.
Change the Domain of Your WordPress Site
To make things clear, we have divided the whole process into several steps.
Prerequisite
Before proceeding with the migration, you should have –
Know what you are doing
Access to your cPanel & FTP
A new Domain
Backup everything
The most important thing before jumping into action is to make a full backup. You can backup everything manually and export the database. There are also several powerful plugins which have backup functionalities. Some handy plugins are Updraftplus, BlogVault, VaultPress etc.
Find more must have useful WordPress plugins.
When you are done with a complete backup. Proceed to the next step.
1. Add New Domain to Your Hosting
To use the new domain, you need to add it to your hosting.

11 min read Tom Zsomborgi
Tutorials | kinsta.com | Oct. 24, 2016

Pros and Cons of Google AMP and How To Get it Started in WordPress

Google AMP project is one-year-old. It has many benefits but also disadvantages. This guide will show you how to get it started in WordPress.

Pros and Cons of Google AMP and How To Get it Started in WordPress

Tutorials | kinsta.com | Oct. 24, 2016

The web is constantly evolving and for a lot of business owners this means the need for staying on top of all the changes with Google. If you don’t adapt it means you could get left behind. Google AMP, their mobile initiative to speed up the web, is now approaching it’s one-year anniversary. Since it is a lot more stable now than it was 6 months ago, we thought it would be a good time to share with you some steps on how get started with Google AMP in WordPress, as well as some of the pros and cons of this new platform. What is Google AMP?
Google AMP (Accelerated Mobile Pages Project) was originally launched back in October 2015. The project relies on AMP HTML, a new open framework built entirely out of existing web technologies, which allows websites to build light-weight webpages. To put it simply, it offers a way to serve up a stripped down version of your current web page.
From day one, a key focus for AMP has been speed. It is arguably one of the most frustrating things about the mobile web — borne out by recent Google research that shows that 53% of people will leave a site that fails to load in three seconds or less. That’s the worst of all worlds for users,

16 min read Chris Burgess
Tutorials | sitepoint.com | Oct. 4, 2016

WordPress SVG Support: How to Enable SVGs in WordPress

A detailed overview of SVG support in WordPress and a walkthrough showing you how to enable SVGs in your own themes and plugins.

WordPress SVG Support: How to Enable SVGs in WordPress

Tutorials | sitepoint.com | Oct. 4, 2016

Vector images are becoming increasingly common on the web. SVGs provide a scalable, responsive and fast alternative to standard images with the primary benefit being that they look crisp and sharp across any device and they are typically smaller in file size. Cross-browser support is also now comprehensive, with all modern browsers supporting SVGs when used with the image tag or in CSS as part of the background property.
If you’re using WordPress, you’re probably familiar with the Media Library and how it works as a central repository for your media assets. The manager which handles uploading of files is initially restricted to a listing of approved file types.
Today’s tutorial will focus on how we can add SVG media support and also improve WordPress’ processing, handling and display of SVGs overall.
Backstory – Why No SVG Support in WordPress?
You’re probably wondering why SVGs never made it onto the list of supported file types in WordPress, the answer is entirely about security.
SVGs are not raster images like other formats (such as png, jpg, gif), they are actually vectors and because of that they can potentially be used to carry malicious JavaScript.

2 min read Jim Walker
Tutorials | youtube.com | Aug. 23, 2016

How do I verify my site with Google Webmaster Tools

After a website has been cleaned of malware, I’m often asked, “how do I verify my website within Google Webmaster Tools in order to clear my reputation within Google search?” This video covers the reconsideration request process, with a link to the original article at HackRepair.com.

How do I verify my site with Google Webmaster Tools

Tutorials | youtube.com | Aug. 23, 2016

After a website has been cleaned of malware, I’m often asked, “how do I verify my website within Google Webmaster Tools in order to clear my reputation within Google search?” This video covers the article posted at HackRepair.com, "How do I verify my site with Google Webmaster Tools after clearing my website of malware?" located at https://hackrepair.com/articles/how-d...
Trivia:
Google Webmaster Tools is also known by the name Google Search Console. The Google Search Console name was unveiled on May 20, 2015, in an apparent effort to rebrand of the Google Webmaster Tools name. Though the term Google Webmaster Tools remains unchanged throughout Google's own website and how-to documentation.
The link to GWM or GSC is https://www.google.com/webmasters/too...
A few notes about this video, "How do I verify my site with Google Webmaster Tools after clearing my website of malware?":
* This video link below summarizes the Google ownership verification process, at https://youtu.be/wBAccFPnoeg
This video link below also nicely summarizes Google’s process for clearing one’s reputation in search, here at https://youtu.be/lc3UjnDcMxo
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Video prepared

2 min read Toai Tran
Tutorials | wpwiseguys.com | Aug. 25, 2016

WordPress Snippet: Remove Query string of static file – WPWiseGuys

When you optimize your WordPress site, you might face with "Remove Query string of static file" recommendation like GTMetrix, the snippets here will help you to do that without install any plugin.

WordPress Snippet: Remove Query string of static file – WPWiseGuys

Tutorials | wpwiseguys.com | Aug. 25, 2016

Today I got a chance to remember all the ways I made a website base on WordPress, suddenly everything just went to only last point is optimize it to load faster. I usually use GTMetrix to analyzed my page and other sites I did, the annoying things appear is the tip “Remove query strings from static resources”, which GTMetrix explained:
Resources with a “?” in the URL are not cached by some proxy caching servers.
I tried to use the plugins like W3C Total Cache or WP Super Cache but none of them work, so I made my way with the following snippet:
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functionwg_rmq_scripts(){global$wp_scripts;if(!is_a($wp_scripts,'WP_Scripts'))return;foreach($wp_scripts->registered as$handle=>$script)$wp_scripts->registered[$handle]->ver=null;}functionwg_rmq_styles(){global$wp_styles;if(!is_a($wp_styles,'WP_Styles'))return;foreach($wp_styles->registered as$handle=>$style)$wp_styles->registered[$handle]->ver=null;}add_action('wp_print_scripts','wg_rmq_scripts',999);add_action('wp_print_footer_scripts','wg_rmq_scripts',999);add_action('admin_print_styles','wg_rmq_styles',999);add_action('wp_print_styles','wg_rmq_styles',999);
The

8 min read WebDevStudios
Tutorials | webdevstudios.com | Jul. 19, 2016

Working with Transients like a Boss

There are two common pain points when working with transients...but Kellen has some solutions for you. Handle your transients like a professional!

Working with Transients like a Boss

Tutorials | webdevstudios.com | Jul. 19, 2016

We’ve covered the reasons why using transients (and caching in general) can greatly enhance the performance of WordPress sites. I’m offering up what I find to be two compelling solutions for pain points that are often encountered when working with transients–how to create dynamic keys and delete transients in bulk. Creating Dynamic Keys
Let’s say I have a function that accepts an array of three arguments and tries to get a transient that is specific to those parameters. If found, the transient’s data will be used. If not, the data will be regenerated. One common way to do this is as follows (see line 24 in particular):
* Get the number of posts.
* @param array $args {
* @type string $post_type The post type.
* @type string $after_date The earliest date to get posts for.
* @type string $before_date The latest date to get posts for.
* @return int|bool The number of posts.
function wds_get_post_count( $args ){
// The default arguments.
$defaults = array(
'post_type'=>'post',
'after_date'=>'2016-1-1',
'before_date'=>'',
// Merge arguments passed in with the defaults.
$args = wp_parse_args( $args, $defaults

4 min read Matt Medeiros
Tutorials | plugintut.com | Jan. 15, 2017

How to create a WordPress child theme with a plugin

If you're looking for something super-quick, or with loads of options, these two plugins will help you create child themes without code.

How to create a WordPress child theme with a plugin

Tutorials | plugintut.com | Jan. 15, 2017

The first thing you should do before customizing your WordPress website is to create a child theme. I’ll try to keep it as non-technical as possible, but think about it this way: You install your new shiny WordPress theme, start changing the colors, adding to the functions file, and then your theme updates. If you’re modifying theme files directly, the update will overwrite those changes, causing you to lose all those hard-earned edits.
A child theme is like having a an insurance plan, let’s take a look.
Creating a child theme in WordPress
So here’s the thing, if you’re new to WordPress and you’re eagerly soaking up all of the great advice out on the web, you’ll almost always come across someone telling you to create a child theme. It’s good practice, and helps isolate you from losing any custom edits you make directly to your “parent” theme.
Here’s the official documentation for creating a child theme. If your mind melted after reading that article, don’t worry, you’re not alone — there’s hope.
One more thing, along with saving you from potentially losing out on all of your custom edits &

12 min read David McCan
Tutorials | elegantthemes.com | Jan. 28, 2017

Formidable Pro: A Complete Guide

Formidable is an incredible form creation tool that has been around for some time. There is a free version in the WordPress.org repository. This tutorial by Randy Brown takes an in-depth look at the pro version. It is a very comprehensive tutorial.

Formidable Pro: A Complete Guide

Tutorials | elegantthemes.com | Jan. 28, 2017

In this guide I’m using the Personal...

Tutorials | zao.is | Mar. 22, 2017

How to Use wp.template, WordPress' Underscore.js Template Method

Justin Sternberg wrote up a nifty little tutorial on how to use WordPress' Underscore.js Template Method, wp.template.

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How to Use wp.template, WordPress' Underscore.js Template Method

Tutorials | zao.is | Mar. 22, 2017

Like many developer agencies, we have a few different audiences, including clients (current and prospective) and other developers. Our aim is to serve all of our audiences, who fall on a broad spectrum of technical knowledge. Even if you’re not a professional developer, we know that many of you still educate yourselves on the technology used on your site–and we want to help! If there’s anything we cover that you don’t understand (or anything you’d like to see us cover that’s WordPress related, even 101!), please let us know. There are no stupid questions. That said, let’s dive into something fun: WordPress’ Underscore.js Template Method, wp.template.
If you’re not yet familiar, wp.template() is a cool little JavaScript utility method that is provided with the WordPress core ‘wp-util’ script. At its core, it uses the Underscorejs .template() method.
WordPress uses this utility to load templates for all of the backbone views, but backbone is not required to use it. First, I’ll demonstrate using wp.template() with a little jQuery in order to output some JavaScript data into an HTML template, then later as a bonus,

6 min read Brian

How to debug “Error establishing a database connection”

We all experience this at one point in our blogging life. We stress, we freak and sometimes we even break down. In the article I'm sharing to day you will find the solutions to most instances of database connection issues.

How to debug “Error establishing a database connection”

As a newbie, the ‘Error establishing a database connection’ in WordPress can be a big headache for you, especially if it happens on its own without you change anything. If you have recently encountered this error in your WordPress, don’t panic at all. All you need to do is read this article until the end. I will provide you some exceptionally easy options to resolve this error.
But before that let’s see what this error actually is.
The ‘Error establishing a database connection means your site has no longer access to your database and for that reason, your website has gone down. It usually happens when a PHP code is unable to connect to your MySQL database.
There can be many possible scenarios that can cause this error. Some of the common are:
Corrupt Database-Anything which can cause your WP database to become corrupted
The server which hosts your database is down-It generally happens when the server of your hosting company is unable to handle heavy traffic on your website.
Inaccurate Login Credentials of your database- Many people don’t know but the database has separate login credentials (username & password). If for some reason those credentials

9 min read Matt Cromwell
Tutorials | calderaforms.com | Jan. 22, 2018

How to Use Custom Forms to Your Advantage

Andy McIlwain walks you through various ways to leverage forms on your site. Contact forms is just one tiny use -- there's so many more ways to engage with your audience with Forms.

How to Use Custom Forms to Your Advantage

Tutorials | calderaforms.com | Jan. 22, 2018

Contact forms are great. They give people a way to reach you via your website without exposing your email address. But you can use forms for so much more than sending a message.
In fact, you’re already using forms all over the place, even if you’ve never noticed it.
Posting a status update on Facebook? You’re filling in a form, and your form submission appears in your timeline.
Sending an email? You’re filling in a form, and the information you entered zips across the internet to another server.
Transferring funds between bank accounts? You’re filling in a form, and the bank processes the request to verify and start the transfer.
We should think of forms as tools to create interactive experiences. That way we’ll find more opportunities for using them.
Here are five examples to get you going.
1. Request Specific Information
This is a small step up from a typical contact form.
Don’t stop at asking for a name, subject line, email address, and message. Get specific with the types of information you want to gather.
Imagine that you’re building a website for an organization. It could be a business, a church, or a community association.
There’s

7 min read Primož Cigler
Tutorials | proteusthemes.com | 27 days ago

How to Create One Page Website With Any WordPress Theme

One page website will work extremely well in cases where you have a single focus or story to tell and a single goal you want your customers to make. An alternative use is when you don't have enough content for multiple separate pages. This article guides you step by step how to use any WordPress theme for creating a one-page website using *any* WP theme.

How to Create One Page Website With Any WordPress Theme

Tutorials | proteusthemes.com | 27 days ago

We get a lot of questions about how to make one page website or if we sell one page WordPress themes. Let me answer both of these questions right at the beginning. Every WordPress theme can be a one page website and I will show you just how simple it is. What Is a One Page Website?
One page website is nothing more than a website with all the essential content on a single page, usually homepage.
It’s mostly used by businesses that want to promote a single product or a service in a clear and direct way. Some examples are showcasing a portfolio to your clients, organizing an event, or starting a new business.
When on a one page website, a click on navigation links won’t send you to a new page but it will jump or scroll down on the same page to the content section connected with the link. This can make the user experience much better and increases user engagement.
There are many one page WordPress themes available online but like I’ve already said, we can turn any theme to a one pager with just a little bit of work.
How to Create One Page Website With WordPress?
Anchor links
For a basic one page website, all we need is a menu, content and anchor links. I believe you all

Tutorials | 000webhost.com | Nov. 14, 2017

2 ways to leverage Browser Caching in WordPress (including Google Analytics)

The complete guide showing how to leverage browser caching in WordPress.

2 ways to leverage Browser Caching in WordPress (including Google Analytics)

Tutorials | 000webhost.com | Nov. 14, 2017

One of the things you learn as your website grows is that performance is critical. These days, most people expect your site to load quickly, and they don’t have much patience unless it does. ‘Caching’ – essentially a way of keeping your loading times lean that we’ll talk more about shortly – is a key way to keep your website’s visitors happy. Browser caching enables your website to load faster by cutting down on how much information users need to re-load after their first visit. It’s a simple way to reduce loading times, and anyone can implement it on their website.
In this article, we’re going to talk about what browser caching is and what it means to leverage it in WordPress. Then we’ll talk about when you should disable caching and how to set it up in the first place. Finally, we’ll help you check if caching is working as intended on your website. Let’s get to work!
An Introduction to Browser Caching
If set up correctly, websites will often save some of their files to your computer. That way, you won’t need to load the entire thing over the internet each time you revisit it. This process is known as browser

8 min read Gediminas B
Tutorials | hostinger.com | 3 days ago

How to Create WordPress Sitemap

Creating a sitemap for your WordPress site can me it easier for search engine crawlers to recognize your site. Check out our tutorial and learn all about WordPress sitemaps!

How to Create WordPress Sitemap

Tutorials | hostinger.com | 3 days ago

Introduction What is a sitemap? As the name indicates, a sitemap is a list of all accessible web pages on a website which is available to users and search engine bots. You might have found various sites, especially the ones owned by the government having a link titled ‘sitemap’. This is nothing but a way to guide people and the search engines about all the accessible pages of the website.
Sitemaps were introduced way back in the early years of the internet in 1994 and 1995 when it was considered as a necessity to include sitemaps on any website. This was probably because a website’s sitemap in those years was the main tool of navigation before some user-friendly and aesthetic navigation were introduced by designers.
You might think that now since we have better and quick navigation in place, we don’t need sitemaps anymore. No. Sitemaps are even more important today from a SEO point of view. Here are a few benefits as to why sitemaps are so important:
They enhance your web pages’ visibility to search engines and assure faster indexing
Sitemaps inform search engines about changes on your website structure
It also helps search engines index large websites

7 min read Roy Sivan
Tutorials | calderaforms.com | Jan. 9, 2018

How To Get More Clients With A Rock-Solid Contact Form: 5 Guiding Questions - Caldera Forms

Five Questions that you should be asking yourself before setting up your form to increase leads and sales in 2018

How To Get More Clients With A Rock-Solid Contact Form: 5 Guiding Questions - Caldera Forms

Tutorials | calderaforms.com | Jan. 9, 2018

We see a lot of new websites every day, made by people looking to promote a business and get more clients. By building one of WordPress’s most popular contact form plugin, we’ve learned a lot about what makes a lead generation form tick. Forms make the web a two way conversation. When you create that lead generation form for your site, you’re looking to start that conversation and turn it into your new business relationships. First impressions matter.
This is a very important topic here at Caldera Labs. We don’t want to just give you a form, we want it to help you grow your following, your business and your career. Based on our experience, we have five major questions we believe you should ask yourself before creating a form to ensure that it helps grow your business so you can achieve great victory in 2018.
#1: Is Your Form Mobile-Friendly?
Your forms must work on any type of device. In 2018, a site that isn’t totally usable on mobile is not an option. Therefore, your forms must be responsive and you must know they work on any of the hundreds of device types in use today.
The “squish test” is not enough for checking the mobile-friendliness