WordPress Tutorials

Home - Archive by category: WordPress Tutorials ( - Page 2)

How to Hide Featured Images on Individual Posts in WordPress

A good image always leaves a lasting impression. Images represent your thoughts on the subject. But too much of everything doesn’t taste good. There may be many instances where we don’t require featured image in WordPress sites or blogs or even posts just because there are too much featured images[...]
Read More

How To Edit 404 Page In WordPress?

It is quite often taught to take advantage of every opportunity presented by a setback. A good example of the statement is the 404 WordPress Page. If you’ve invested any time online, you’ve probably clicked on a link or typed in a URL to then be surprised with the message[...]
Read More
SEO competitor analysis

A Guide for SEO Competitor Analysis using WordPress

Generating organic traffic on the web is a highly competitive ball game. It might be more efficient to look at your competitor’s strategy rather than guessing the keywords and hoping for the best. With SEO competitor analysis, you can get helpful information about what is driving traffic on your competitor’s[...]
Read More

The Ultimate Guide to DNS for WordPress

Do you remember keeping a phonebook to keep a record of all the important contact numbers? We all have done this proudly at one point in time, but not anymore. Thanks to the Internet, now we have an endless list of essential contacts. There are billions and billions of devices[...]
Read More

Steps to take when you can’t login to WordPress admin

Are you stuck because you can’t log in to the WordPress admin of your website? If so, then this is your ideal article. In fact, you should relax because we got your back with all the solutions to fix the login issues. In this guide, you will learn about the[...]
Read More

Fixing the Visual Editor not working error on WordPress

Visual Editor is the screen you get to see while creating or editing a post on WordPress. There are two editors available with WordPress — Visual Editor and Code Editor. Those not wanting to work with the HTML code themselves can instead use the Visual Editor with many conveniences.  The [...]
Read More

Starting with WordPress Digital Asset Management

The word DAM or Digital Asset Management is an umbrella term for storing, cataloging and sharing digital assets such as images, audio files, video files, & more. The only difference between manual file storage and DAM would be that DAM allows you to catalog files in an easy-to-use central repository.[...]
Read More

New Features and Improvements in WordPress 5.5

On August 11, 2020, WordPress released WordPress 5.5, the second big release from WordPress this year. The primary focus of this WordPress version is on security, search, and speed. It also has many improvements in the block editor, new features like bug fixes, and others. This article covers some of[...]
Read More