Blog Tuesday, July 18, 2017
This weekend we are super excited to be attending, and sponsoring, WordCamp Edinburgh 2017! What is a WordCamp? WordCamps are community driven events usually running for 2-3 days. In the spirit of WordPress they are organised by community members (our very own Iain Taylor is on the organising team for this one) and feature a schedule […]
Blog Tuesday, July 11, 2017
Keeping your website content organized matters a great deal in terms of: how it affects user experience, and in improving your search engine rankings. A well-organized site helps your site visitors to navigate the website quickly and easily and find the information they need. This gives a positive impression especially to people who visit your […]
Blog Wednesday, July 5, 2017
Since it originated as a blogging platform WordPress has good support for comments and discussion on your posts. In this article we’ll discuss how you can manage comments in WordPress, including choosing where to allow them and moderation. How to Enable Comments: To enable comments on your WordPress posts go to Settings > Discussion and […]
Blog Tuesday, June 27, 2017
One of the things that many beginners find really confusing when creating new content for their website is in using WordPress posts and pages. Posts and pages are two different ways you can publish content on WordPress. They seem to look the same on the website, but both content types function very differently.
This week we are doing an overview of WordPress 4.8 (named Evans in honor of the Jazz musician William John Evans) which was just released at the end of last week. Some updates primarily fix or add features that you only really notice as a developer, but WordPress 4.8 brings a load of great updates […]
While translating your website can be tricky, translating it into a language that is read from right to left can seem even more daunting. The good news is that the WordPress cms has excellent built in support for different languages as well there being a number of excellent plugins to help. In this post we […]
One of the simplest ways to help increase the security of your site is not to use “Admin” as your administrator username. It’s the default username in WordPress and everybody, including would-be hackers, know this.
Blog Tuesday, May 9, 2017
In this post we’ll be explaining how to setup Google Analytics on your WordPress website. It is a very easy process that you can do in five minutes once you are familiar with your chosen plugin and the setup process.