Category: Web Hosting Tips

The Best PDF Viewer Plugins For WordPress In 2018

What Is A PDF Viewer And When Would You Use It? PDFs are great for many situations, and a PDF plugin allows you to embed a full WordPress PDF viewer into a WordPress page. This way, your visitors can flip through the pages like a real document, while also zooming in, taking notes and printing […]

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How To Add A Load More Posts Button In WordPress

Many popular platforms allow users to load more posts when they reach the bottom of the page. In this article, we will show you how to easily add a load more posts button to your own website in WordPress.   Why Should I Add A Load More Posts Button? Many blogs use a simple ‘Older […]

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Important Tips To Help Secure Your WooCommerce Website

Keeping your online store safe and secure is a crucial part of running an online business, but you probably already knew this. Security technology is a rapidly changing and it can be hard for business owners to keep up. Thankfully, there are some relatively simple steps anyone can take to protect their WooCommerce site. Website […]

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Simple Tips To Make Your WordPress WooCommerce Store Even More Successful

If you’re looking to launch your own online store, WooCommerce is a great choice to build your business with. Coupled with WordPress, WooCommerce is a robust and flexible system that puts a range of powerful tools at your disposal to sell your products and services the way you want. And it certainly doesn’t hurt that this full-featured, […]

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6 Default WordPress Settings You’ll Want To Change

Pressing the “one-click” install for WordPress is just the beginning of getting your blog off the ground. While the next biggie is finding a template that you love, it’s also important to take a few minutes to change some of the default settings in WordPress. Taking the time to make these initial changes will save […]

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How To Create Your Own Custom WordPress Login Page

If you a running a website that requires users to sign in and you are not using a WordPress membership plugin then your users will be presented with the default WordPress login page. While this may be fine for small websites, if you are running a business then you may want to show your own brand when […]

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How To Enable Debugging Mode In WordPress To View Errors In WP-Config

Are you experiencing unknown errors or bugs with your WordPress site? If the answer is yes then now may be the time to set up WordPress error logs in the wp-config file. The wp-config file controls not only your settings but is also a powerful debugging tool. This tool can help you find any errors […]

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Can WordPress Plugins Affect Your Site’s Load Time?

WordPress plugins are amazing because they let you add tons of functionality to your website with minimum effort. However, a question we get asked a lot is, does having WordPress plugins, and specifically a high number of plugins installed on your site make it run significantly slower? In this article, we will examine this question […]

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How To Install WordPress In A Sub-Directory

Do you want to install WordPress in a subdirectory? Installing WordPress in a sub-directory allows you to run multiple WordPress instances under the same domain or even a subdomain name. In this article, we will show you how to install WordPress in a sub-directory without affecting the parent domain name.   1. Create A Subdirectory Under […]

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How To Use The SMTP Server To Send WordPress Emails

Are you having trouble receiving or sending emails from your WordPress site? One solution for that is to use a third-party email service, however, these services will cost you extra money. In this article, we will show you how to use an SMTP server to send WordPress emails instead.   Using Email Accounts With Your Host […]

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