This article examines the reasons behind WordPress' power as an SEO platform, and also points to a few drawbacks.
First, a confession: I have had my WordPress sites, and my clients’ WordPress sites, hacked a few times. Most hackers do very little damage, and you can clean and secure your site with a little... Read More
Have you run a multi-user blog that gone out of control? I had an open blog that over the years accumulated thousands of, ahem, “poor quality” articles in “pending” status. Rather than delete them in... Read More
Stripe.com handles credit card payments at 2.9% (the same as PayPal) and let’s you integrate a single payment page or popup page within your WordPress site. Stripe is setup not as a total ecommerce solution,... Read More
A Complete Starter Guide to Writing, Editing and Maintaining Your WordPress Site Congratulations on setting up your first WordPress web site. This is a guide to writing and editing webpages on your WordPress site. As... Read More
This tutorial outlines how to display all posts on an interior blog page using get_posts. Step by step instructions.
We’ve seen the light and are converting to the Yoast WordPress SEO plugin on all of our sites. However, when migrating from your existing SEO plugin to the (superior) Yoast plugin, there are a few... Read More
By default, WordPress prints a lot of extra code to the “head” section of webpages that it generates. For example, it prints a “generator” meta tag that identifies the site as a WordPress site–that can... Read More
A step-by-step tutorial that describes how to add additional sidebars to your Wordpress theme/template.
Questions from Readers: Robert asks, is a sitewide H1 tag, repeating duplicate content in the header or separate section, harmful to Google rankings?