Have you seen that icon in the search results in front of your website’s URL? It’s been visible for a while now in Google’s mobile results. And, as we speak, it’s rolling out for desktop search results too. So, no excuses, your site needs a good favicon. Luckily, setting a favicon in WordPress is very …Read: "How to change your favicon in WordPress: a step-by-step guide"
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You’ve installed a WordPress plugin and you’re waiting for the magic to happen. But what if what you see doesn’t match your expectations? What could be wrong if the plugin doesn’t seem to work? Here’s a checklist to get to the root of the problem and to determine the appropriate action to take! Checklist: 1. …Read: "WordPress plugin not working? Check these 5 things"
WordPress is a CMS, which stands for Content Management System. Starting out as a blog platform, it’s now widely used to build websites of all sorts and types. The platform’s popularity is mostly attributed to the fact that it’s free, but certainly also to its ease of use, ease of extension and search engine friendly …Read: "What is WordPress?"
Tags and categories help us structure our content. You can often find these in the visual metadata at for instance blog posts, or in a list of clickable links in the sidebar of a website. Tags are sometimes represented as a tag cloud, although most websites refrain from using that element these days. There is …Read: "What is the difference between tags and categories?"
In the past, we received a lot of questions regarding optimizing your WordPress SEO URL / permalink structure. Questions ranging from whether you should have the category in your permalink structure to the length of your slugs. In this post, we’ll address some of these questions and attempt to give you a better understanding of …Read: "The perfect WordPress SEO permalink structure"