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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, it is essential to understand what

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 page load ultimately results in loss

Amazing free WordPress themes for Writers and Poets

Looking for a WordPress theme for your text focused blog? This post has something for you. I have collected the most wonderful WP Themes for Writers, Poets, Editors and personal blogs. These themes are minimal, decent looking and SEO ready.

This is a growing list of free and creative WordPress themes for writers, storytellers and poets. All made with content in focus and a clutter free experience, are responsive and fully featured. Most of these are one column, mobile friendly and support fly-out menus, excellent typography and post-formats. Let’s have a look on them. ↓ Writ  Writ by Gaurav Tiwari is a simple but great WordPress theme with writers and

How to Use Dropcaps in WordPress and Blogger Posts and Pages?

Learn how can you insert drop cap into WordPress or Blogger blogs automatically & manually.

Searching on how to create and use dropcaps (big bold letters on the left of the paragraph) in WordPress and Blogger Posts and Pages? Here’s the best resource you could find. Dropcap is mostly the very first letter of a paragraph, which is styled differently with comparatively massive font size. Dropcaps make interesting blends to article reading experience by improving the focus of a reader. Here

I am an experimental Windows user. I find, install and experiment several new applications on my Windows PC every week. Most of the applications and tools, I have installed are directly or indirectly about  desktop publishing. Some of them are aimed to help me with my study and some others are for web development . In addition to them, there are many other Windows applications which are

Best Free and Premium WordPress Themes for Mathematics and Science blogs

A template for Science or Mathematics web/blog must be clean, readable, print & formula friendly. This article enlist the most promising WordPress themes for Science & Mathematics education blogs. The list applies to both, free WordPress.com & self hosted WordPress.org blogs.

For a mathematics website or blog, the very first requirement is nothing but excellent readability. Reader must be focused on the content all the time she spends on your site. Any extra gimmicks will lose her trust on your site. After being inspired from the designs of best of mathematics and science blogs, we have curated a small list of the best free WordPress themes for

WordPress URL Shortening: An Interesting Consequence

Long post and page URLs can be annoying. Take an example: https://gauravtiwari.org/2011/02/06/derivative-of-x-squared-is-2x-or-x-where-is-the-fallacy/(one of the most popular posts from my blog). Will you like to write these (about) hundred characters? Or will prefer URL shorteners, like bit.ly or wp.me, instead? As third option, will you just copy and paste the URLs to anywhere you want to share? Second idea is fine but third is awesome. But using shorteners will never give

Social Networks for Math Majors

Math or Mathematics is not as difficult as it is thought to be. Mathematical Patterns, Structures, Geometry and its use in everyday life make it beautiful. ‘Math majors’ term generally include Math students, Math professors and researchers or Mathematicians. Internet has always been a tonic for learners and whole internet is supposed to be a social network, in which one shares and others read, one asks