Wordpress

Create WordPress backup

How to back up your WordPress site

WordPress backups allow you to safeguard websites created with the WordPress content management system in the event of unintended data loss. You have the ability to regularly back up WordPress sites with the help of your provider or cloud service provider. On the other hand, a manual backup requires a little extra work but gives you full control.

Web design: tips for planning a website

The basics of web design - part 1: planning

Those looking to create a website should always have both the purpose and range of function of the site in mind before getting started. Only by paying close attention to these two criteria can one guarantee clarity and uniformity throughout the entire design process. Planning should always remain in the foreground for any web design project. Important tips on what to look out for when designing...

WordPress: Caching plug-ins

The best WordPress caching plug-ins compared

Fast websites don’t just make users happy, Google and other search engines also rank them higher in search results than slower sites. You can significantly improve your WordPress website’s performance by using a WordPress caching plug-in. There are different features that can help you optimize your site. Here, you'll find a comparison of the four best WordPress caching plug-ins.

WordPress cache clear

How to perform a WordPress cache clear with and without a plugin

Caching helps your site load more quickly. This has a positive effect both on user experience and your Google ranking. However, whenever you update or change something on your website, you need to clear the WordPress cache. If you don’t, visitors will see the older, outdated version of your web pages. There are several ways of deleting the WordPress cache. Some require a plugin, others don’t. This...

Adding Google Analytics to WordPress

Adding Google Analytics to WordPress: how to do it and how to protect data

Adding Google Analytics to WordPress helps you to collect useful information about visitors to your website. This way, you can better pin down your target audience and tailor your marketing strategies to them. Here, we’ll show you how you can add Google Analytics to your WordPress website, and what you have to pay attention to in terms of data protection.

Adding favicons in WordPress

Favicons in WordPress: how to add and change

Browser tabs contain two elements - the title of your website and a small image known as a favicon. A good favicon makes it easier for users to navigate their browsers and strengthens your brand identity. So how do you add a favicon to your WordPress site? There are three ways of doing it - using the WordPress Customizer, by using a plug-in, or doing it manually. Keep reading for step-by-step...

WordPress Multisite

Installing WordPress Multisite

WordPress Multisite lets you set up and centrally manage a network of various WordPress websites. As the super administrator, you are in control of this network. For example, you can determine the basic design of the website or assign administrator permissions. Here, you will learn how to install WordPress Multisite with step-by-step instructions and how it can save you both time and money.

Set a WordPress home page

How to set a WordPress home page: A step-by-step guide

You can influence your visitors’ first impression of your WordPress site by setting a page as your home page. As the first point of contact and the business card for your website, the choice of start page makes a significant difference. Whether you want a static or dynamic home page, we’re here to show you how to set an individual page to be your WordPress home page.

Duplication of WordPress pages

How to duplicate WordPress pages – a step-by-step guide

There are lots of reasons why you might want to copy WordPress pages. If you want to create lots of similar pages for your WordPress site, it’s much easier to copy one page and edit it than to create the pages one by one. In this guide we’re going to explain three simple ways of duplicating WordPress pages and posts: using a plugin, using the Gutenberg editor, and using the WordPress Code Editor.

Instructions for disabling WordPress comments

How to disable comments in WordPress

WordPress was originally designed as a blogging tool, so comments were very important for users. Nowadays, however, all kinds of different websites are created using WordPress, so it’s understandable that not everyone needs this feature. Fortunately, it’s very easy to disable comments in WordPress. You can turn off comments for individual pages or posts or for your entire website. Keep reading to...


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