How to Improve Your WordPress UX – Part 2 of 2

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Optimize your WordPress UX Steps

In the first part of this two-part series, we looked at why user experience (UX) is so important, along with general steps you can take to improve it within your WordPress environment. Examples are functionality and design. This second part examines more specific steps you can take to improve UX – such as fixing 404… Read more »

How to Improve Your WordPress UX

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There would seem to be two sides to user experience – that of the user doing the experiencing, and that of the service provider attempting to create a certain experience or reaction in the user. However, it is a little more complex than that, since there are actually multiple parties on the side of crafting… Read more »

How to Secure WordPress

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How to Secure WordPress

In February 2017, security researchers confirmed that as many as 20 hackers were injecting code into WordPress sites that had not yet updated to the newly released version of the platform, 4.7.2. The flaw within the REST API, fixed by the January 26 update, was making it possible for unauthorized users to change content of… Read more »

8 Mistakes People Make with WordPress

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8 Mistakes People Make with WordPress

WordPress is not an umbrella technology used by the entire web – but it is pretty close. It underscores 29.0% of all sites assessed in the continually updated Web Technology Surveys market-share data.   As a tool, WordPress is a content management system (CMS) that simplifies website management. Although a CMS is fundamentally centered on… Read more »

How to Set Up a Non-Blog WordPress Site

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How to Set Up a Non-Blog WordPress Site

While WordPress excels as a blogging platform because that was its original intended function, it has become increasingly sophisticated as a general tool to build websites. You could create an e-commerce shop, a portfolio, or a business site in this way.   Note that you could easily include (either upfront or at whatever point) a… Read more »

Calling All WordPress Lovers

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WordPress Lovers

The SEO-friendliest CMS Expandable open source Flexibility / customization potential Time-saving Peace of mind Lower cost upfront and ongoing Responsiveness Scalability Simplicity   As indicated in our companion piece “Calling All WordPress Haters”, 18.3 million people now use WordPress. That number of users accounts for 59% of the market, more than 8 times the second-place… Read more »