WordPress.com vs WordPress.org – What’s the Difference?

As the most popular site-building software, WordPress powers more than 35% of the websites on the internet today. But there are two major versions of WordPress, misunderstanding these may cost you a lot. So, before you start a WordPress site, you should know the difference between WordPress.com vs WordPress.org. To make the right choice for your website and hosting needs,…

Ultimate guide to boost your WordPress site speed for free

Who doesn’t like a fast loading website/blog under his name? But to attain a beautiful yet fast loading webpage is one of the toughest tasks of web development. It costs great effort and money. You buy overpriced web-hosting plans hoping to get a speedy website, but still you feel something is wrong. Your website doesn’t load as fast as it was expected. Slow…

Why WordPress Theme Frameworks are Essential?

A good WordPress framework is somewhat like a mythical tool of the trade for developers. While professionals can harness its power to create awesome themes quickly, a lot of beginners are still baffled by what it is or how it works. A few weeks ago I explained WordPress frameworks to my coding geek nephew and gave him a starter course.…

How to create custom WordPress Widgets?

For those who run WordPress powered websites understand the importance of adding widgets on their site. Widgets are a great way to add content and additional features on your website. They make it extremely easy for you to simply drag and drop several elements such as sidebar, header, footer, of your website and thus making the most out of its…

Best WordPress Blogging Tools & Plugins in 2019

Blogging can be a highly rewarding experience. When you realize that thousands or even millions of people read your posts diligently, you feel rewarded for your creative efforts. Besides, when you note that the ranking of your blog remains high, you know that many more people are likely to find it and read the content. You can always monitor the…

How to fix broken images in WordPress?

Nothing exists forever — including those images that you inserted in your blogposts from various external sources. Those who have been blogging for a long time now know the pain of such broken image links. Due to corrupt files, incorrect links, expired domains, deleted resources or whatever — your WordPress site can occasionally yield 404-errors on images — leading to negative…