Reblogs

Reblogging is a convenient way to share what you’re reading and enjoying with your own followers. You can reblog posts directly from your Reader, which displays a stream of all the updates published on all the blogs you follow from your WordPress.com account. You can also use the Reblog button in the toolbar that appears...

How “Press This” Works

Among all the features in WordPress, Press This could probably be one of the least known. Have you heard about it? Even though it has been included since the early versions of WordPress with the name of Press It, not many people use it as a blogging tool Press This is a content sharing tool packaged...

Use Htaccess to Improve WordPress Security

WordPress installation is simple and quick, but we often miss out a few important security factors. For example, directory browsing and using the ‘admin’ username are considered serious security loopholes. Today we’re going to take a look at 8 .htaccess code snippets which will help improve your WordPress blog’s security. What is the .htaccess file? A .htaccess (hypertext...

Broken link –Check it out

If you have a website, I’m sure you’ve put a lot of hard work and long hours into making it a valuable resource for your visitors. What if your links aren’t working? Have you found a link (or more) on your WordPress website that leads to the infamous “404” error? Try not to panic. This is...

Child Theme Basics

A WordPress theme is a collection of template files which lets you change the user interface, design, look, and feel of the site. A WordPress theme can either just have some bare minimum design changes implemented or might even have some advanced logic showing the most recent post differently than the others or showing...

FTP Clients for WordPress Users

When it comes to managing your own WordPress install, sooner or later you’ll almost certainly need to directly access the files on your server — for which you’ll most likely want to use some kind of FTP (File Transfer Protocol) client. What’s an FTP client? Basically, it’s a relatively small and simple piece of software...

The Way Choosing in WordPress Themes

Nowadays, there are already a large number of  wordpress themes on the Internet, so choosing a good theme in them become a difficult task. This article lays out some technical approaches to understanding how well-built a theme is—and how closely you’ll be able to customize it to your needs—before you buy it. Armed with these, as...

8 Things to Do after Installed WordPress

WordPress powers more than 17% of the web — a figure that rises every day. Everything from simple websites, to blogs, to complex portals and enterprise websites, and even applications, are built with WordPress. WordPress combines simplicity for users and publishers with under-the-hood complexity for developers. This makes it flexible while still being easy-to-use. Installing...