Want to improve the SEO for your WordPress site? Try our 1 page cheat sheet. Keep it handy as you work on your WordPress site to ensure you have all the SEO building blocks in place.
WordPress 5.0 and the Gutenberg Editor is set to be released this week. In this post we outline how we’ll be managing the transition for our Managed WordPress Hosting customers.
Gutenberg, the new WordPress editor is coming very soon. Follow along with this article for a step by step guide to publishing a blog post with the new editor.
Got a slow WordPress site? Get an understanding of the key areas where WordPress can be optimised to ensure fast load times for visitors.
Make the most of your WordPress site. Many business develop a website and stop. A sure way to fail in the competitive online space. In this article we introduce the idea of content marketing, specifically for WordPress websites.
This guide is designed for WordPress users, get up to speed with the new WordPress editor Gutenberg. It’s coming to WordPress in version 5 late in 2018.
We look at some of the more advanced uses of WordPress that are now accessible even on the smallest budget. Learn about eCommerce, personalisation, membership sites and more in this article.
Project Gutenberg is set to be merged into WordPress sometime during 2018. In this post we introduce you to what will become the new WordPress editor.
Need to optimise to improve your WordPress performance? We find that starting with images will usually give you a speed boost. In this article we take a look at the problem and how to get started.
We’re looking forward to the new media widgets in the new WordPress 4.8. Great for end users to better control video, images and text in widget areas. Check this blog post for more information and some screenshots.
Our favourite Google Analytics plugin, now it’s called Monster Insights has seen lots of new features lately. We love the ability to show WordPress users Google Analytics data right inside the dashboard.
If you’re following the transition of websites from HTTP to the secure HTTPs this is a follow up to a blog post from last year. Current data shows that 50% of sites on page 1 of Google are now running under HTTPs. Get an update on HTTPs and its impact on your search optimisation.