Category: Quick Guides
How to Create a Contact Form with Gravity Forms
Gravity Forms is one of WordPress’s most popular form plugins, and our first choice to create a contact form. Below is a step-by-step guide to creating a contact form with Gravity Forms.
WordPress Profile Picture without Gravatar
I was recently working on setting up a site for a personal project and was surprised to discover that there was no place in the theme to add a custom picture for my user bio. I figured out what I wanted: to set my WordPress avatar without Gravatar. I’d rather not rely on a service like that if I don’t have to. But this wasn’t the WordPress avatar appearance I wanted:
How to See What Fonts a Website is Using
If you’ve ever wondered how to see what fonts a website is using, the answer is as simple as opening your browser inspector. Since every bit of a website is interpreted in your browser, if you know how to use your browser inspector properly you can figure out fonts, images, CSS properties, and anything else on the page.
Set Up Your WordPress Translation Plugin
In this Quick Guide, I’ll show you how to quickly translate your WordPress site into one or more different languages using the Weglot WordPress translation plugin.
How to Auto Update the Copyright Year in a WordPress Footer
An out-of-date copyright year in a site’s footer is a common sight, especially early in a new year. It happens because people don’t take advantage of WordPress’s server-side language, PHP, to auto-update the copyright year in WordPress. Instead they’re manually changing it. But it’s a complex and menial task, so it’s easy to put off.
How to Set Up File Downloads for Your Site
I recently found myself hunting for a solution that would allow a visitor to click a button to automatically download a free ebook. If you need to allow your users to download files from a WordPress site, today’s post will help.
How to Clear Your SiteGround Cache
One reason we love SiteGround is its comprehensive WordPress caching solution, SuperCacher. It sits on SiteGround’s own servers so it’s much faster and better tailored to your site than plugin-based solutions like WP Super Cache, and so if you’re using it you basically don’t need any other WordPress caching solution. This is one the great thing we love so much about SiteGround shared hosting plans.
How to Transfer Your Site to SiteGround: Setting Up and Forwarding a New Email
Transferring your site to a new host can be a bit scary if you haven’t done it before. We thought this would be a good time to teach you how to tackle that site transfer yourself! This post is the third in our series about how to transfer your site to SiteGround, our favorite host (check out parts 1 and part 2 – and our review of them, if you haven’t already). Today, we’ll cover how to set up a new email address though your cPanel and transfer incoming emails to your existing email client.