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  • Beginner’s Guide to WordPress Database Management with phpMyAdmin
    by Editorial Staff on 23.9.2019 at 12:00

    WordPress is written using PHP as its scripting language and MySQL as its database management system. In order to use WordPress, you don’t really need to learn either of them. However, a very basic understanding of the two could help you troubleshoot problems as well… Read More » The post Beginner’s Guide to WordPress Database Management with phpMyAdmin appeared first on WPBeginner. […]

  • 6 Best WordPress Giveaway and Contest Plugins Compared (2019)
    by Editorial Staff on 20.9.2019 at 11:10

    Are you looking for the best WordPress giveaway plugins to run viral campaigns on your website? Giveaway plugins for WordPress allow you to efficiently run a giveaway contest on your website. They allow you to maximize the incoming traffic and help you get tons of… Read More » The post 6 Best WordPress Giveaway and Contest Plugins Compared (2019) appeared first on WPBeginner. […]

  • 10+ Best Tailwind CSS Templates for Your Next Project
    by Priya on 19.9.2019 at 9:01

    If you’re into website building, surely you’ll appreciate the many ready-made framework and template options that the internet has to offer. Just download the code, tweak things a bit and you’re golden! Many of these ready-made code structures come with pre-designed components like buttons and forms that help you get off to a great start. But here’s the thing – when you want to change or customize these components later, you’ll need to overcome the styling that comes with the code. That’s where Tailwind CSS templates come into play. […]

  • How to Monitor User Activity in WordPress with Security Audit Logs
    by Editorial Staff on 19.9.2019 at 9:00

    Do you want to monitor user activity on your WordPress site? Running a multi-author blog or membership site comes with its own unique challenges such as stopping spam registrations and managing editorial workflow. One solution that owners and admins of multi-user WordPress sites seek out is the ability… Read More » The post How to Monitor User Activity in WordPress with Security Audit Logs appeared first on WPBeginner. […]

  • 120+ Spectacular SEO Stats: Your Ultimate List of Search Engine Optimization Statistics
    by Karol K on 17.9.2019 at 10:26

    Search engine optimization (SEO) is a constantly growing and changing field, moving as fast as the internet itself. Keeping abreast of changes in the world of SEO can be an enormous task, but it doesn’t have to. In this post, we’ve gathered the most interesting – one might even say spectacular – SEO stats for modern marketers to know. […]

  • Sucuri vs Wordfence vs MalCare: What’s the Best WordPress Security Plugin?
    by Colin Newcomer on 12.9.2019 at 13:07

    Trying to decide between Sucuri vs Wordfence vs MalCare? These three are some of the most popular solutions for improving your WordPress site’s security. But while all are focused on making your site more secure, they approach WordPress security in slightly different ways. […]

  • 6 of the Best Accounting Software for Small Business in 2019
    by Pulkit Bhardwaj on 9.9.2019 at 12:14

    No matter how small or big your business is, managing its financial side can be frustrating. Thanks to technology, you can bypass that stress and have the best accounting software for small business do all the heavy lifting for you. Once you find your top accounting software among all what’s out there, you will be able to do away with Excel spreadsheets and things similar. In fact, there are a bunch of software options that give you the ability to manage payroll and handle other business-y things in just a few clicks. […]

  • 12 React Best Practices You Need to Follow in 2019
    by Priya on 5.9.2019 at 11:45

    If you’re a frontend developer engaged in building highly interactive user interfaces, you’ve most likely got React in your toolkit. While working on your React-powered creations, you should be careful to do things in tune with the React best practices. This will help to keep your code better organized. […]

  • Automattic Acquires Tumblr, Trusted Authors Program Cancelled, Auto-Updates Debate 🗞️ September 2019 WordPress News w/ CodeinWP
    by Adelina Tuca on 3.9.2019 at 9:44

    Hey everyone, welcome back to our September 2019 WordPress news roundup! Part of our team was out of office in August, myself included. Now I’m back with the freshest stories that took place in the WordPress realm last month. […]

  • 6 of the Best Email Hosting Providers Compared for 2019 ✉️
    by Dianna Gunn on 29.8.2019 at 9:57

    Most website hosting plans come with built-in email hosting, but the best email hosting providers offer a variety of benefits you might not get from your everyday web host and their standard shared servers. […]

  • Micro-Interactions Tutorial for Beginner Developers: How to Create an Interactive “Like” Button With CSS and JavaScript
    by Andrei Băicuș on 27.8.2019 at 8:40

    I think it’s safe to say that micro-interactions are cool. We – web people – universally all enjoy them. And no matter if you’re noticing them or not, they provide a significant user experience improvement. By making your website or web tool come to life subtly and in a friendly way, they simply make the user enjoy the whole interaction a tiny bit more. […]

  • How To Disable Comments In WordPress
    by SourceWP Editor on 5.6.2019 at 23:33

    Comments aren't for everybody. On the one hand, they can be an effective way to engage visitors and build a community on your WordPress site. But a comments section can also be a breeding ground for trolls, spam, and links to malware. Want to disable comments on your site? In this post, I'll show you how… Disabling Comments on a Specific Page or Post Let's start with disabling comments on a particular page or post, rather than your whole site. On the left sidebar of your WordPress dashboard, open the “Pages” or “Posts” tab. Select “All Pages”, then click on The post How To Disable Comments In WordPress appeared first on sourcewp. […]

  • 12 Best GDPR-Compliant WordPress Themes for 2019
    by Kaveri Bharali on 28.5.2019 at 10:00

    On May 25, 2018, the European Union's General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) went into effect. This new law was designed to improve data privacy across Europe. Companies that don't comply with the GDPR can be fined up to 20 million euros. Can you afford that? In this post, I'll show you the best GDPR-compliant WordPress themes for 2019. Newspaper As you may have guessed from its name, Newspaper is designed for writers, magazines, news sites, etc. It supports YouTube videos, accepts cryptocurrency, and can be integrated with Instagram, bbPress Forum, BuddyPress, and WooCommerce. It also integrates with Google Ads and The post 12 Best GDPR-Compliant WordPress Themes for 2019 appeared first on sourcewp. […]

  • How To Remove “/wordpress/” From Your WordPress Site’s URL
    by Kaveri Bharali on 24.5.2019 at 10:00

    One of the things that has made WordPress the world's most popular content management system is that it's so easy to set up and use. There is one problem that people often run into after they set up their WordPress site, though. Their URL is followed by “/wordpress/”, like “www.yoursitename.com/wordpress”. That looks clunky and unprofessional. Imagine if the sites for The New Yorker or Wired had “/wordpress/” in their URL (both of those sites actually are powered by WordPress, by the way). It's just not right. The root of the problem is that when you installed WordPress, it was saved The post How To Remove “/wordpress/” From Your WordPress Site’s URL appeared first on sourcewp. […]

  • 11+ Best Cryptocurrency Themes for 2019
    by Kaveri Bharali on 20.5.2019 at 10:00

    Cryptocurrency is digital currency created with code that's removed from any kind of government oversight. This decentralized model offers a brand new way to pay for goods and services over the internet. It's wild, wild stuff. If you have a WordPress site where you want to accept Bitcoin or any other kind of cryptocurrency as payments or donations, here are 11+ themes you should consider: Procoin Procoin is an excellent ICO and cryptocurrency theme that just hit the WordPress market. It allows you to accept cryptocurrencies for payments, of course. It's translation-ready, SEO-friendly, and fully responsive as well.   Crypterio The post 11+ Best Cryptocurrency Themes for 2019 appeared first on sourcewp. […]

  • How To Add Amazon Affiliate Links To WordPress Posts
    by Kaveri Bharali on 16.5.2019 at 16:55

    How much money is your WordPress site making you? Regardless of the amount, I bet you wouldn't mind making a little more, right? The Amazon Associates program is an excellent way to earn extra income. This program allows you to choose which Amazon products you want to promote, and then you can earn up to 12% in advertising fees from the sales made through your site. In this post, I'll show you how to get started. Before we begin, I should tell you that the Amazon Associates program isn't going to make you rich overnight. Don't expect that! But once The post How To Add Amazon Affiliate Links To WordPress Posts appeared first on sourcewp. […]

  • SourceWP Exclusive: 40% Off DesignEvo
    by Adam Ritchie on 13.5.2019 at 10:00

    Do you love a good deal? Well, we've got a whooper for you here: for the next three months, you can use the following code to get 40% off DesignEvo: DISHFhjUSHkjP With DesignEvo, anyone can create a professional-looking logo for their WordPress site. It gives you 9,000+ templates, 100+ fonts, and many different icons to work with. Also, the DesignEvo editor allows you to customize your logo and truly make it your own. There's a Free version of DesignEvo, but it comes with some restrictions. First of all, you are required to give credit to DesignEvo for logos displayed publicly. The post SourceWP Exclusive: 40% Off DesignEvo appeared first on sourcewp. […]

  • How To Protect Your WordPress Site Against Threats
    by Kaveri Bharali on 10.5.2019 at 10:00

    Is your WordPress site secure? If you think it is, how do you know for sure? I don't mean to burst your bubble, but you should never be too confident that your site is protected. New threats are always popping up. The past few years have brought us ransomware, formjacking, cryptomining malware… it's like a game of whack-a-mole that never ends. That said, there are steps you can take to make your WordPress site more secure. If you're not currently using any of the methods listed below, it's time to start doing so: Use Secure Login Credentials Let's start with The post How To Protect Your WordPress Site Against Threats appeared first on sourcewp. […]

  • How to Run an A/B Test on Your WordPress Blog
    by Kaveri Bharali on 3.5.2019 at 10:00

    I believe that trusting your gut is overrated. I'd rather make informed decisions. For each new element I add to my site, I test it out to make sure it's actually improving user experience. The classic A/B test is the best tool available for this purpose. In this post, I'll explain to you what an A/B test is and show you how to do it yourself. What is an A/B Test? An A/B test, also known as a split test, involves publishing two versions of your site to see which one performs better. This is where the rubber meets the The post How to Run an A/B Test on Your WordPress Blog appeared first on sourcewp. […]

  • Top 10 Amazon Affiliate WordPress Plugins for 2019
    by Kaveri Bharali on 26.4.2019 at 10:00

    Amazon affiliate links are a great way to earn money from your WordPress site, but here's my problem with them: they're long, cluttered, and difficult to remember. There's no easy way to manage a random string of numbers and letters. Of course, I'm not the only one who has this problem. Many plugins have been developed for making affiliate links more manageable. In this collection, I'll show you the best of them. For more information on related topics, check out the following articles: 15 Best WordPress Advertising Management Plugins 7 Best Affiliate Link Cloaking WordPress Plugins Thirsty Affiliates Thirsty Affiliates The post Top 10 Amazon Affiliate WordPress Plugins for 2019 appeared first on sourcewp. […]

  • Top 18 Themeisle WordPress Themes for 2019
    by Kaveri Bharali on 19.4.2019 at 10:00

    If you use WordPress, then you should be familiar with Themeisle. For the uninitiated, Themeisle is a WordPress store that offers some of the best themes and plugins that you'll find anywhere. They also have a highly skilled and responsive support staff that will quickly help you out if you ever have a problem with one of their products. In this post, we'll show you the best themes available on Themeisle. Zelle Pro Zelle Pro is a multipurpose, one-page WordPress theme that has a clean, minimalist design. It's perfect for professional firms and creative agencies. It also has a parallax scrolling The post Top 18 Themeisle WordPress Themes for 2019 appeared first on sourcewp. […]

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