Web Development Specialist

Category: WordPress

First of all WordPress is a Free open-source web application framework.  Now a mature and stable platform for building websites and web applications.  Furthermore WordPress has many themes and plugins to choose from and has a great community.

WordPress Developer Help

I hope you as a WordPress Developer find my content beneficial.  So you can start building clean simple web applications built on a trust worthy Framework.

SEO Crash Course

 1 May 2018  mike  72

This 3 step crash course will help you understand what is required for achieving a higher google SEO ranking. 1. Themes & Plugins Clean and Simple Web Design is what people want these days.  People aren’t that impressed with flashy bloated themes.  They just want to go to the site, find the infomation they want […]

WordPress Yoast SEO

 13 Jan 2017  mike  0

The WordPress Yoast SEO is a critical plugin your website needs in order to obtain a high google search ranking.  Due to this plugin being a free to use software, it has now become the Worlds most valuable tool for marketing WordPress websites.  This plugin can save you so much time and gives you a […]

WordPress Security

 13 Jan 2017  mike  0

Due to the world becoming a more insecure place, many websites are at risk of becoming hacked.  Consequently this is bad news for website owners because hackers can steal sensitive customer and company information.  Therefore understanding WordPress Security is vital for a secure website to ensure your customer and company information is safe. So there […]

WordPress Caching with WPSuperCache

 12 Jan 2017  mike  0

WordPress renders each web page request by processing PHP code, additionally it retrieves each page from the database.  Therefore each web page request a user makes to your website can take longer than a static HTML page.  A HTML page can be much faster to return back to the user due to less processing power […]

The WordPress User Guide – Media 5/5

 11 Jan 2017  mike  0

This WordPress User Guide Media blog post will help you understand how the Media manager in WordPress works.  While the media manager allows you to upload your media into an organised folder structure on your web server.  When images are uploaded they are converted into smaller images so you can embed them into your web […]

The WordPress User Guide – Editor 4/5

 11 Jan 2017  mike  0

This WordPress User Guide Editor blog post will guide you on how to use the Editor in the WordPress portal. The Editor is the back-end to your web pages and is the common to both Pages and Posts where all your text and configurations is stored in the database.  Furthermore, the Editor has many cool […]

The WordPress User Guide – Posts vs Pages 3/5

 11 Jan 2017  mike  0

This WordPress User Guide Posts vs Pages will explain what the difference between WordPress Posts and Pages. While pages are web pages that are static in nature. Things like your services and web pages that serve as a marketing function would best describe this.  Because pages usually don’t have any page comments like posts, they […]

The WordPress User Guide – Appearance 2/5

 11 Jan 2017  mike  0

This WordPress User Guide Appearance blog post will show you how the appearance section works in the WordPress portal.   While the appearance section allows you to choose between different WordPress themes.  The theme itself can therefore be managed through the Customiser, Widgets and Menus options.  The Customiser option allows you to manage parts of […]

The WordPress User Guide – Getting Started 1/5

 10 Jan 2017  mike  0

This WordPress User Guide getting started blog post will point you in the right direction.  WordPress is a Content Management system that uses a database to store all your data.  This data would be like your page and blog posts text.  The database would also store things like your website settings like  categories and tags. […]

How to test your WordPress site performance

 8 Jan 2017  mike  0

These days it is very important that your WordPress website has good performance.  WordPress performance is crucial in order to obtain a good google SEO score.  Therefore, the best tool to check whether or nor your website is fast, is to use a monitoring tool called Pingdom.  Because many WordPress themes use more Javascript and CSS […]