Don’t operate your site in the dark! Learn how to quickly add a robust analytics program to your site so you can see your traffic and track your visitors.
Tips & tutorials for using WordPress productively
Every other site has that cool image in the browser tab, so why not yours? Learn how to add this icon to your site in a matter of minutes with WordPress.
Can’t update your password? Try these three ways to change your password. They’ll work even if you’ve forgotten your username & password.
Follow these steps to build an email list with your WordPress site and overcome the technical challenges that usually stop beginners.
These are the five most popular ways that WordPress websites make money. Use these tactics to cover your hosting, theme, and plugin expenses.
There are loads of shortcuts and time-saving tips for the savvy WordPress user. Learn them all so you can write & publish your posts faster.
Every method of performance optimization for WordPress clearly explained and listed here so you can finally speed up your website.
“I suck at design.” If you’ve ever said that, this post is for YOU. Follow these 9 simple rules to make everything on your site look better.
Discover brand new ideas and teachniques for customizing your WordPress website with this list of 31 customizations (beginner-friendly).
Browse this list of the best WordPress Black Friday deals to save big this year. Get deals as high as 60% off on select products.
Need to change the date format used on your site? It can be changed in just a moment using this setting in WordPress (no plugins needed).
Learn how to make links in your posts, pages, and menus open in new tabs. You’ll also discover a plugin that makes ALL your external links open in new tabs.
Here are the two best plugins for creating highly customizable and beautiful tables in WordPress. Both are totally free and easy to use.
You’ll need to redirect a page at some point. Here’s the easiest (and free) method you can use to redirect your WordPress posts & pages.
Quickly and easily add multiple columns (2-6) into your posts and pages with the new Gutenberg editor for WordPress.