WordPress security has become a hot topic with the rise of recent security breaches. Make your WordPress website more secure with just a few .htaccess tweaks.
Making your WordPress SEO friendly means it’s optimized for search engines. But, search engines don’t really care for what you have to say and they certainly can’t purchase anything. All websites should have these goals:
- Having targeted audience
- Retaining people long enough, so they read what you have to say
- Evoking desired reaction in people after they read your content
And here’s why SEO means much more than what the acronym stands for.
Miriam Schwab (@miriamschwab) is Friendly CEO of web marketing and development studio Illuminea, the person behind WordPress tips blog WP Garage, three-time WordCamp Jerusalem organizer and a speaker at upcoming WordCamp Europe. With so many things on her plate all we can say is we’re honored to have her here, offering pearls of WordPress wisdom…
Before purchasing your next WordPress theme or signing up for the web design agency that’s going to put your business online, always ask about WordPress best practices.
In a recent posts we took a look at WordPress custom post types – what they are, how and why you should use them. Custom post types give you new types of content, custom taxonomies give you new ways to organize your content and you can apply them both to default post types, like Posts…