How to Create a Multisite WordPress Installation

Multisite is a unique WordPress feature that allows you to run multiple WordPress sites within the same installation. Each site will be totally separate with unique content, users, and admins. Read more »
Protect Your WordPress Site from Hackers

How to Protect Your WordPress Site from Hackers

Most of you already know that WordPress is the most popular platform for creating new websites. But did you know that this platform is one of the most lucrative targets for the... Read more »
Protect Your WordPress Site from Hackers

How to Find Free Images for Your WordPress Site

There is no doubt about the importance of images for websites. We know that images play critical roles in various instances like breaking up text, making blog posts more attractive, illustrating a... Read more »
Setup AMP

How to Setup AMP on Your WordPress Site

Everybody knows that loading speed is a crucial factor for websites. Sites with slow loading speed annoy the visitors, makes them more likely to bounce and less likely to return in the... Read more »
Comment Spam

How to Prevent Comment Spam in WordPress

Comment spam is one of the most irritating problems for bloggers like you and me. Unless you take active precautions, you will soon discover your website is flooded with irrelevant, obscure comments... Read more »
Google Analytics

How to Add Google Analytics to Your WordPress Site

Everybody wants to improve the performance of their websites. I am assuming you want that too. However, before you do that, you need to know the current statistics of your website. Read more »
WordPress Dashboard

How to Customize the WordPress Dashboard

WordPress dashboard is the place from where you manage the website. By default, it comes with a black-and-white color scheme. But you don’t have to keep it that way. There are some... Read more »

How to Choose the Best WordPress Theme

Choosing a suitable theme is a crucial step in developing a WordPress site. You can’t just pick a theme and get started with it, that will be a hit-or-miss approach. Read more »