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How To Optimise WordPress Site for Mobile Ever since 2017, mobile has been generating more traffic than desktop. The number is only going to go higher. If your WordPress website isn’t optimised for mobile phones, not only will your general visitor experience be poor, you will also have a hard time ranking on Google. Google […]
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Set Up a WooCommerce Store on your WordPress Website Image credit: WooCommerce.com Homepage There are plenty of ways to build an online store, but WooCommerce is, by far, the best choice. Here’s why: It’s free, open-source, and highly stable. It’s used to power over 30% of ecommerce stores worldwide. It’s incredibly fast to set up. […]
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How To Create a WordPress Website With a Web Host – Beginner’s Guide So, you have purchased a hosting package and chosen a fitting domain name. At this point, you can’t wait to enter the domain name in the browser and have your very own website pop up. But that won’t quite work just yet. You […]
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What Shared Hosting Really is and What it’s Not So you have finally decided to make your own website. You turn to the internet for research, and the words shared hosting keep coming up. You see shared hosting plans on various websites, and it seems like you could get your website up and running at […]
How to Fix a Broken WordPress 5.5 Site
WordPress 5.5 Broke Your Site? Here’s How to Fix Released on August 11, 2020, WordPress 5.5 brought with it significant changes to the WordPress (WP) core. Websites that were upgraded to run the latest version started to break. So, if you are also facing some issues post-upgrade, know that you are not alone. A majority […]
All in one WordPress hosting
WordPress Works Best with a Hosting Company About a third of the world’s websites run on WordPress, but not all of them are directly linked to WordPress servers. There are many reasons for this. WordPress is a global entity, so while they have a top-notch platform that’s universally compatible, they can’t always be customised for […]