Category Archives: How To Guides

Top Ad Creation & Management Plugins To Monetize Your WordPress Website
When it comes to making money online – running ads on your website is a really good way to go. On its own, WordPress doesn’t have any ad management system,...
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How To Build An Ecommerce Store With WordPress
If you’re looking to build an eCommerce store using WordPress, the best tool and plugin is the WooCommerce plugin. WooCommerce WooCommerce is a free, open-source plugin, which over the years...
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How To Setup reCAPTCHA On Contact Form 7 Plugin
Having a contact form is a must for every website, but that introduces potential issues with spam bots sending you spam emails from your website. In addition to receiving spam...
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How To Fix Broken Links On Your WordPress Website
Having links on your website that don’t work for some reason (either due to a typo or expired domain, etc.) can be annoying for users, but in addition to that...
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Creating An Educational Website With WordPress
Education via the Internet is a big deal nowadays, as more and more colleges and universities around the world opt to use WordPress to build their educational websites. Here are...
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Ways To Increase Traffic And Enhance SEO On WordPress
Many would argue that an organic approach to SEO doesn’t work anymore and that the only option left is paid SEO. Even though a lot has changed over the years,...
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WordPress Online Booking Plugins For Your Business
Everything requires a reservation nowadays – a visit to a beauty salon, your favorite restaurant, or a training session at your local gym. In the distant past, you just looked...
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The Difference Between Hosting And WordPress
So you’ve seen WordPress mentioned everywhere these days, but you’re not quite sure what it is and what is it used for? Is it software, or is it  hosting? In...
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How To Make Your WordPress Site More Secure
For the majority of business owners, your website is your business, so you need to pay extra attention to the security of your WordPress site. Back in 2016, Google reported...
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HTTP Errors Explained
When you browse the web, your browser is the client that connects to the web server of a particular website through HTTP protocol. Everything in this process occurs through a...
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