Creating a new WordPress website has never been easier, but it’s still hard to compete online regardless of your niche. Here are five steps to help your site stand out and win on the web.
Learn the basics of using WordPress.
- WP 101
- Extending WordPress
- Theme Lists
- Plugin Lists
- Site Guides
If you know this trick, you can quickly transfer your widgets from your old theme to your new theme without losing any content or settings.
Every box in your Post Edit screen can be hidden and rearranged. Follow this quick tutorial to find out how.
Find out how to let new authors signup on their own without compromising your site’s privacy or security.
Step-by-step guide to download an older version of any WordPress plugin or theme. Just follow these simple steps – no technical expertise required.
In the next 30 seconds, you can have a new default post category. Find out how in this quick tutorial.
Want to keep a post at the top of your blog? Here’s a quick method available in your WordPress dashboard that doesn’t require installing any new plugins.
Struggling with a 404 error on a post, page, or category archive on your WordPress site? This trick works like magic and almost always fixes it instantly.
Tired of seeing all those widget boxes when you login? Find out how to remove them in the next 60 seconds (without any plugins).
Tired of removing the Media File link from every image you insert in your Posts? Read this and you’ll never have to again.
Embedding Youtube videos in WordPress is easy. You don’t even need a plugin to do it. Find out how to embed a Youtube video in the next 30 seconds now.
Can’t find the ID of a Page? Follow this quick tutorial to locate the ID of any Page in your WordPress dashboard.
It’s true. There’s NO table button in the WordPress editor. Regardless, these two plugins are excellent for inserting tables in your posts and pages.
Learn five ways to hide or unpublish posts and pages on your WordPress site (only one of these methods requires a plugin).
Learn a quick method for making any menu item unclickable. This technique works for all WordPress sites and doesn’t require adding new plugins.
WordPress has bulk editing tools already in your dashboard. Learn how to use them to bulk delete posts without adding new plugins (works for pages too).