Category: Using WordPress
5 Best Non-EIG Hosting Companies, and Why They’re Better
If you’re searching for hosting for your website, it’s tough to avoid EIG web hosting.
How to Use the Custom HTML Block in Gutenberg
Adding HTML to Gutenberg can feel challenging if you’re new to the system. That’s why today’s Quick Guide is about adding a custom Gutenberg HTML block. Learn when—and how—to add HTML code to WordPress posts and pages.
WordPress Development for Beginners: “Does the User See It?”
Getting started with WordPress development can be disorienting. As I’ve written, software development (including WordPress development) is a lot like caving, and trying to do your first WordPress development project can be like waking up somewhere in the middle of a dark cave and trying to figure it out from there.
How to Use the Gutenberg Editor to Add a Link
Learn how to add hyperlink to WordPress content with this quick tutorial.
Kinsta vs. Bluehost: An Honest Review
Are you trying to choose between Kinsta and Bluehost to host your WordPress website?
How to Change a Post’s Author in WordPress
There are lots of situations where you might want to change a WordPress post’s author. Fortunately, changing the author of a post (of any post type—Post, Page, or any custom post type) is easy to do if you know where to look.
How to Create a Fresh WordPress Install from an Old Database Backup
If disaster strikes your WordPress site, your first thought should be to restore it from a backup. But can you create a fresh WordPress install from an old database backup?
How to Use a Gutenberg Shortcode Block
WordPress shortcodes might feel like a relic from history, but Gutenberg block’s latest technology makes utilizing shortcodes easier than ever. Read on to quickly learn how to use the WordPress Classic editor’s shortcodes by making use of the Gutenberg shortcode block.
Should You Use a Gutenberg-Optimized Theme?
The Gutenberg block editor has done more to turn the WordPress ecosystem on its head than anything in recent memory. And it has required both web designers and website owners to do some soul-searching.
How to Create a Gutenberg Background Image (Cover Block)
Often as you start to use the new WordPress block editor, we’ll want a “background image.” When I think of how to do a “background image” in Gutenberg, I think of the Cover Block. So in this Quick Guide we’ll cover how to use the cover block in Gutenberg to get the backgrounded text image that you’re likely seeking. Let’s get to it!