What features do you wish WordPress would add? In this wish list of WordPress missing features, we hope to see dark mode support, update scheduling, and more added in 2024.
WordPress released the third major update of 2023, WordPress 6.4, on November 7. Here’s a look at what has changed in this new release.
What changed in the WordPress 6.3 release? We cover the features and updates in the second major WordPress release of 2023 here.
Are static websites becoming obsolete? What impact will virtual reality have on traditional websites? In this article, we take a look at how AR, VR, and mixed reality affect WordPress sites.
WordPress 6.2 includes the introduction of the Style Book, several other changes to the block editor, performance improvements, and more. Learn about all of these new features in this article.
Can you use an AI language model like ChatGPT to write website copy? In this article, we look at the benefits and limitations of using ChatGPT to compose articles or text for your website.
In this wish list of WordPress missing features, we hope to see dark mode support, built-in security, and more added in 2023.
What’s new in the WordPress 6.1 release? Learn about the new Twenty Twenty-Three theme, changes to the Gutenberg block editor, and more in this article.
WordPress 6.0 will bring many new features to WordPress, including improvements to the block editor, accessibility improvements, and more — almost 100 new features in all.
What’s different in WordPress 5.9? We explore all of the new WordPress features of the first major release of 2022 in this article.
What features would we love to see added to WordPress in 2022? Check out our WordPress wish list in this article.
The social media world has changed a lot over the past couple of years. Do you understand these new trends so you can continue to utilize social tools to their maximum effectiveness?
What’s new in WordPress 5.8? Here, we take a look at the new features in the WordPress update released on July 20, 2021.
Google has introduced the next phase of Material Design, known as “Material You.” What is Material You, and how could it influence your website? We’ll examine those questions in this article.
If even big companies can get hacked, how secure can a small website be? Here, we examine the Colonial Pipeline hack and how vulnerable your site is.
Since Instagram only allows accounts to share one link, use these creative ideas to interact with your followers and make the most of it.
What does the future of WordPress look like? In this article, we examine the 4 phases of Gutenberg and the next step, full-site editing.
In this article, we take a look at Cascading Style Sheets, or CSS — a web programming language heavily utilized in WordPress.
Have you ever tried to tweak the code in your WordPress website? If so, you might wonder what code this is and how it works. This article offers a look at the programming languages WordPress uses to help you better understand it.
An XML sitemap functions as a roadmap for search engines to discover the content on your site. In this article, we’ll take a look at what XML sitemaps are, how they work, how you can add one to your site, and why you’ll be glad you did.
WordPress 5.7 is the first major WordPress release of 2021. It includes lazy loading iframes, HTTPS compatibility detection, block editor updates, new features for site administrators, and more.
WordPress is great for a personal or small business website, but it is versatile enough for big companies have success using it as well. In this article, we look at famous brands using WordPress for their website.
What happens if you accidentally delete some of your website content? In this article, we take a look at two methods of restoring deleted content on WordPress.
What causes visitors to leave your website immediately? We take a look at 5 things that kill visitor session length in this article.
In light of Twitter suspending numerous accounts, we discuss the importance of owning your platform instead of relying on another company to sustain your business.
What features would we love to see added to WordPress in 2021? Check out our WordPress wish list in this article.
This article covers the new features set to release in WordPress 5.6, including the new Twenty Twenty-One theme, dark mode, automatic major core updates, application passwords, changes to the Gutenberg block editor, and updated PHP and jQuery support.
Now that many devices natively support dark mode, how does WordPress plan to support it? This article examines two possibilities for WordPress to include dark mode support as early as WordPress 5.6.
Given the changing landscape of website design, are sidebars still a good idea today? In this article, we examine the pros and cons of sidebars.
A few common themes are prevalent in scams targeted toward website owners. We’ll take a look at domain renewal and SEO scams, as well as some other website-related scams, in this article.
Your Whois database entry could compromise your privacy. However, domain privacy protection offers a solution. This article takes a look at what domain privacy protection is, how it works, and how you can utilize it on your website.
WordPress.tv is a collection of WordPress video tips. Here’s a look at the types of content available on WordPress.tv.
Should you utilize tracking services on your website? Which ones should you use and which should you avoid? What do you need to know about browsers cracking down on tracking services? We’ll answer all of those questions in this article.
A child theme is a modified version of an existing WordPress theme. When is it appropriate to use one? In this article, we take a look at some scenarios that might make a child theme a good idea for you.
A mega menu is a large menu that covers most of the screen, offering many more options than a traditional dropdown menu. Learn how mega menus work and decide whether or not a mega menu is the right choice for your website in this article.
You’ve written great blog content, but how can you make sure it looks great too? In this article, we provide 5 tips to help.
Many tools exist to help you keep your website up and running without any issues. Here, we take a look at three different ways you can keep a close eye on your website’s health.
In this article, we clarify some of the common terminology used in website hosting, like domain names, name servers, FTP, and top-level domains.
In this article, we take a look at two different ways websites can be hosted together and the merits and drawbacks of each.
This article covers the new features in WordPress 5.5, including lazy image loading, a new block directory, XML sitemaps, automatic updates, and more.
WooCommerce offers blocks and shortcodes to help you build custom WooCommerce pages. This tutorial explains how to build custom pages using each of these methods.
Not all fonts are created equal, and using some could be detrimental to your website. This article provides 5 examples of fonts you should never use.
Dark web patterns are deceptive techniques used to trick you into a decision. Here are some examples of a concerning new trend to be aware of but never use.
If someone visits your website, will that person stay for more than a few seconds? These 3 ideas will help to encourage your visitors to stay on your site longer.
What should you do if you discover a bug in WordPress? Use these four steps to create a ticket and report it to the development team.
Some websites provide code snippets to paste into your site, but they could create problems. Here are some things to consider before you embed code into your WordPress site.
How will your website change because of the COVID-19 pandemic? Here are some ideas for how your site should be different than it was before the coronavirus.
WP-VCD is a WordPress malware threat that has existed since at least 2017. Now, it’s back, disguising itself as several plugins related to the coronavirus. Here’s more information on the new threat and how to protect your website.