Following this guide, you will learn all techniques to drastically speed up a WordPress site. Here are the most important reasons why having a great page speed loading time in WordPress benefits your business: users will not abandon your website, they will spend more time and money there, and search engines will rank your website better in search results. Ready?
WordPress ecosystem is full of great looking free and premium themes, but finding a perfect theme for your needs, the one that would tick all the boxes, is very hard. Luckily, WordPress has a solution to this problem, called child themes. So, don’t worry, you can use a child theme to apply the changes to create your almost-perfect theme.
WordPress child themes can be as simple as a bit of custom CSS code or they can overwrite existing parent theme templates and modify or add additional theme functionality. I will explain everything you need to know about child themes in this article, so let’s get straight to it.
Adsense, affiliate marketing, and selling ebooks are all good methods of monetizing a blog. However, you won’t be able to make enough money with those methods if your blog doesn’t generate at least 1,000 visitors a day.
You finally have your blog up and running, filled with lots of great content, and ads to generate an income. But it’s not going as well as you hoped it would be.
Your articles aren’t getting enough views and shares on social media, no clicks on your ads, and people aren’t buying your products. Where did you go wrong? Is there a way to fix it?
Yes, there is! All those problems can be fixed with A/B Testing.
This is the 3rd and final article of our series on Custom Post Types (CPT). The topics we discussed in the first two were:
In the first and second articles, we registered the testimonials custom post type and the testimonial_service custom taxonomy. We now have to display the testimonials on our site. So we will take a look at how to create a template for our testimonials, how to query them, and how to display them anywhere on our site.
This is the second article of a 3-part series on the topic of custom post types (CPT). The topics that are discussed in the other two articles are:
In this blog post we’ll look at how to create a custom taxonomy and how to connect it with a custom post type.