WordPress has been founded on May 27, 2003, and it is under the GNU GPL license that means anyone can download, use, modify and study the code freely. WordPress is used at governmental sites all over the world. It has many features that can not be matched with any other CMS. Let’s discuss the top 10 reasons why you should use WordPress CMS for your website.
Reason 1 : Responsive – Mobile Friendly Website
Reason 2 : High-Quality Free Themes & Landing Pages
Reason 3 : Add Thousands of Application through Free Plugins
Reason 4 : Easy Search Engine Optimization
Reason 5 : Easy to Sell through Woocommerce
Reason 6 : High-Level Security of Your Website
Reason 7 : Easy Migration (One hosting to Another hosting)
Reason 8 : Call to Action Buttons, Social Media Display, Social Sharing, Whatsapp, and Calling Button
Reason 9 : User-Friendly Admin Panel (Dashboard)
Reason 10 : Available in Many Languages
WPBakery Page Builder plugin is one of the most widely used and bestselling WordPress plugin. It is user-friendly, drag and drop page builder to create virtually any layout you like without any hassle of trial and error in coding. WPBakery Page Builder plugin gives total control to you on responsiveness. You can adjust your own preferences and create responsive website with few clicks to ensure its best performance on any screen size. [Continue reading]
If You Are New To Buy WordPress Hosting Or Want To Migrate To WordPress Hosting, You Should Answer These Questions Before You Move On?
1. How much traffic do you want each month?
2. Do you need an SSL Certificate?
3. What security level you want?
4. How much bandwidth your site needs?
5. What is your monthly or yearly budget?
6. How frequent you want customer care support?
7. What website speed do you want?
Here are some tips to choose Best Web Hosting for WordPress?
Do you know you can use FTP to update WordPress plugins manually? Sometimes, one-click update fails and breaks the website. The only way out is updating the plugin manually. In this post, we will show how to update plugins manually via FTP.
WHY TO DO SO?
WordPress has a built-in system to manage theme, core and plugin updates. You just have to click on update link and your plugins will be updated.
These updates may fail because of incorrect version number, file permissions, or any server configuration errors.
If update is interrupted on the way, your site may be broken. You may come across syntax error, scheduled maintenance error, or internal server error.
So, it is vital to manually update the plugin via FTP. It will fix such errors and you can keep using the latest plugin version.
Is your WordPress blog loaded with spam comments? Spam comments eat up a lot of unwanted space in your hosting database. There is nothing worse than approving a spam comment by mistake and it is adding wrong impression to your brand. Though you can delete them by reading them one by one, it takes a lot of time if you have hundreds of such comments. It is better to use Antispam Bee plugin to block the spam comments automatically [Continue to read more]
Categories are very effective for you to use not just to filter your content, but it can also form an ideal site structure which is both semantic and sensible. Suppose your plan is to create a travel website which will feature different destinations across the world. Your users should be able to effortlessly find information by country and by city or by using any filter.[continue]
Salient is one of the widely used and top-rated themes on Themeforest. If you are looking for a theme which is very customizable in each aspect without having to learn a code, Salient is a best choice. It has amazing and unique features, including page transition animations to make your site stand out. This theme has got the full power of shortcodes, plugins, features and options. You can use everything you need, from social plugins to awesome layouts. You can use this theme to create any business website. Use up to 150 shortcodes, create custom layouts with one click, and make awesome blog, shop, gallery or portfolio with grid options. [Continue]
You can grow your list of emails using contact form on WordPress. You can increase user engagement by adding contact form to your website so they can reach your business. Here, we will explain how to make the best use of WordPress contact forms to expand your email list. [Continue Reading]
Most of the entry-level WordPress users have problem with their contact form plugin as it doesn’t send emails and they also not get any notifications from WordPress. Here, we are going to find out how to fix this issue.
WHY WORDPRESS NOT SENDING EMAILS?
Basically, your hosting server might not be configured to use mail() function of your PHP. Even though it could work, a lot of email service providers use different tools to cut spam. Such tools detect emails from original location and this test is not cleared by most emails from WordPress. Hence, it is never even sent to the spam folder of your email. So, don’t use WordPress to send newsletters.
Here, you should use Gmail SMTP or Simple Mail Transfer Protocol to send emails. SMTP is an industry standard which uses authentication to improve the chances to deliver emails. [Continue Reading
PHP error notifications are used to debug issues in coding by the developers. It is important for the theme or plugin developer to know about these errors so they can fix in future release. Some of these also help developers to ensure compatibility with older WordPress versions and PHP versions.
But it looks very unprofessional when visitors see it on your website. From time to time, many readers have asked us how to turn PHP error messages off in WordPress. In this post, we are going to show you how to turn off these errors on WordPress. [Continue Reading]