Category: Using WordPress
5 Best Shared WordPress Hosting Options and How to Choose
Looking for the best shared WordPress hosting to host one or more sites on a budget?
WP Engine vs WordPress: What’s the difference?
Long-time WPShout readers—seasoned in the world of WordPress—may want to skip this one. But for those new to the world of WordPress, I was interested and cheered to get assigned a fun explainer out to you in this week’s Quick Guide. This week we’re covering the difference between a product (really “hosting company”) called WP Engine, and WordPress (an open-source project that can run on many different kinds of WordPress web hosting). I’ll get into the distinctions in those parentheticals even more below 🙂
Kinsta vs. WPEngine: An Honest Review
How to Migrate your Site with All-in-One WP Migration
Migrating WordPress sites is a common and annoying task. Whether that’s between two different remote web servers, between a development server and production, or from production to local, there are lots of directions your WordPress site migration might flow. All-in-One WP Migration remains the tool of choice for us at WPShout most of the time. It’s certainly one of the best free ways to move a WordPress site.
How to Use WordPress to Build a Small Business Website
Running a small business is a challenge. It seems like the smaller you are, the more hats you have to wear. But the right tools can help to lighten the load.
Install Google Analytics in WordPress with Google Site Kit
Google Analytics is by far the most popular site-analytics system in the world. This fact has many causes, but one unarguable one is that it helps that Google Analytics is free. With or without that as a cause, it’s common to need to install GA in WordPress. I always use a plugin (though I’m pretty agnostic about which). Here’s why:
WordPress’s Astra Theme: Our Honest Review
You can find our in-depth Astra theme review below, but if you’re looking for a TL;DR version, here it is:
How to Undo Changes in Beaver Builder
If you’re not clear how to undo changes in Beaver Builder, it can be difficult to know how to walk back a change you’ve made—specifically, how to undo Beaver Builder layout changes, for which normal “Ctrl+Z/Cmd+Z” undoing within Beaver Builder itself simply won’t work.
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.