WordPress.com Coupon Code, updated Jan 2019
WordPress.com is one of the biggest hosts in the WordPress space, and a great one. And poeple love coupons. So this page features WordPress.com coupons. They offer great free hosting (at yourname.wordpress.com), in addition to more fully featured packages that let you install custom themes and plugins.While you’re unable to install plugins and themes on most WordPress.com accounts (and we love WordPress plugins) we still think it’s a great way for people to get started learning the ropes of WordPress!
How to Link Related Posts in WordPress with Jetpack
Helping readers of your WordPress site find more of your content that may be interesting to them is one of the most requested features in WordPress. And it’s one of the hardest things to do, from a processing perspective. Here is where the Jetpack plugin from WordPress.com and its Related Posts feature comes in.
How to Connect Your Site to WordPress.com with Jetpack
Jetpack is one of the most useful and popular plugins for WordPress. Its goal is to extend the services of WordPress.com onto self-hosted “WordPress.org” sites. It has tons of features. Among others, it offers an image CDN, related posts feature, free stat tracking, social sharing buttons and more.
Write WordPress Posts in Google Docs with Jetpack and a Chrome Extension
I’m writing this article in a Google doc. How cool is this?
How (and Why) To Enable Photon, the Free Jetpack Image CDN
Photon, which is a feature of the multi-talented Jetpack plugin from WordPress.com, is really easy to configure. We’ll assume you already have Jetpack installed. If you do, you can just watch the video and follow along – otherwise, continue reading and we’ll get into the basics of Jetpack Photon.
Using CDNs to Unlock a Big WordPress Speed Boost
Hey! I’m Alex Denning and seven years ago I founded WPShout. I passed the site to Fred and David when I started university, who have done wonderful work since. I’m now freelancing full time and producing a course for WordPress users to become WordPress masters. Today’s post is an excerpt from the course. Enjoy!