WordPress Hacked? Beginner’s Guide to Fixing Your Hacked Site

Setting up a website may have become easier these days, but it is still not that easy managing one. You need to maintain a frequency of everything and the most challenging part is to keep up the security part. WordPress being the most popular platform for website development is prone to hundreds of different security […]

How to Migrate Joomla to WordPress

Joomla is a powerful content management system, but it still lacks behind when we compare it with the WordPress. This comparison doesn’t make Joomla any less powerful, but considering the fact that WordPress powers more number of websites, has a better number of plugins and themes in the catalogue. This offers tonnes of extension options, […]

How to Create a WordPress Child Theme Tutorial

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WordPress Theme Customization comes loaded with a plethora of possibilities. Having tried a large number of techniques for styling my WordPress website’s theme, I’ve been totally impressed with the way things go. Child theme is one such stunning way of tweaking an existing WordPress theme for a fresh look and feel. In today’s post, I’ll […]

Simple Guide to Creating Custom WordPress Widgets

To be honest, it’s not your job to create widgets unless you have the technical knowledge related to WordPress development and related programming language to code. I’ll try my best to deliver a simple and quick guide on creating custom WordPress widgets, but unless you have related knowledge, I can’t guarantee that you’ll succeed. WordPress […]

WordPress Shortcodes: What are they & how do to use them?

Well, the definition of WordPress Shortcodes is pretty simple, but you might have Googled it already. You’re here to get the detailed information on this subject, which was released in WordPress 2.5 version for the first time, and since then, it has become one of the widely used programming concepts. What are WordPress Shortcodes? To […]

Move Your Blog from WordPress.com to WordPress.org in 5 Easy Steps

There are significant differences between WordPress.com and WordPress.org, yet it is a good decision to use the .com platform during the initial stages. The latter one is easy to use, but it features tonnes of features, which requires experience to handle everything. I’m not saying one of them is hard, but the .org version features […]

How to add SSL and HTTPS to your WordPress Site

SSL is a certificate which replaces the normal HTTP tunnel into a secured one. Thus, the data flowing through the tunnel is encrypted in order to stay secure. Other than the security benefits for your WordPress website, having an SSL certificate can actually boost the organic ranking. Of course, a search engine ranking depends on […]

Error Establishing a Database Connection in WordPress [FIX]

There are downtime moments in case of a WordPress website, even if it is kept under bulletproof surveillance. And, error establishing a database connection, is one such unavoidable error. The error is real and can affect almost any WordPress website. There are high chances that it’s not a hack attack, as most of the times, […]

WordPress for Dummies 2017 – Getting Started With WordPress (Book Review)

Although there are hundreds of quality blogs covering everything related to WordPress, but still if you prefer reading and knowing everything from a book, then WordPress for Dummies 2017 will be found on the top, everywhere. Getting a product praised by everyone in the industry doesn’t mean that you should go for it, without doing […]

5 Remarkable WordPress Maintenance Services 2019

In today’s post, we will look at some of the best WordPress maintenance services on the planet. I;m sure you would have to agree with me that at times even 24 hours are not sufficient! When it comes to managing multiple tasks, you need to ace time management. With so many tasks under pending status, […]

23 Common Rookie WordPress Mistakes to AVOID at All Cost!

Whether you’re just starting out or an experienced WordPress user you’re going to make mistakes. What’s important is that you learn from these mistakes and avoid them in the future. Here are 23 common WordPress mistakes you’ll want to avoid making.