Tag: using wordpress
How to Schedule Post and Page Updates in WordPress
In this text and video Quick Guide, we’ll cover how to schedule a post update or a page update, so that your scheduled post revision is automatically set to go live at a particular time.
What is WordPress Multisite?
WordPress is so much more than meets the eye. Behind its user-friendly UI and massive ecosystem of plugins and themes lie some incredibly powerful features. Features that, while thoroughly documented, aren’t necessarily common knowledge. Among the biggest of these hidden gems is WordPress multisite.
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.
WordPress Shortcode Tutorial: How to Create Shortcodes, and Why They’re Super-Useful
This article is an in-depth WordPress shortcode tutorial. We cover what shortcodes are, when to use them, and how to register your own, with full-code custom shortcode examples.
How To Fix a WordPress Site Stuck in Maintenance Mode
This quick guide walks you through fixing a WordPress site that’s stuck in maintenance mode. This problem shows up as both the front-end and admin area of your site displaying nothing but “Briefly unavailable for scheduled maintenance. Check back in a minute.”
How to Link to Page Content from a WordPress Navigation Menu
Sometimes you might want your WordPress navigation menu items to link directly to a page section that sits in the middle of a larger page, rather than simply to the top of the page. For example: instead of creating a nav menu link to a Contact page, how do I create a menu link to the Contact section of my homepage?
How to View the Full-Sized Version of Any Image on a WordPress Site
Viewing the full-sized version of any image on a WordPress site is quite a bit easier than you may think. If you’re looking at a resized image on a WordPress site and want to see the full-sized original image, today’s Quick Guide is for you.
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.
Divi Builder Review: A WordPress Developer’s Perspective
This Divi Builder review is not paid or commissioned by Divi Builder or any other company. This is my honest opinion as a professional WordPress developer, who builds and manages WordPress websites for a living.
WPBakery Page Builder Review: A WordPress Developer’s Perspective
This WPBakery Page Builder review is not paid or commissioned by WPBakery or any other company. This is my honest opinion as a professional WordPress developer, who builds and manages WordPress websites for a living.