I recently switched from MailChimp to Jetpack subscription on this blog, because of the simplicity of setup. Jetpack allows me to let people subscribe to new posts and new comments and automatically send new posts to the subscribers via emails. It doesn’t require any setup at all, just enable and forget. This is a big advantage in comparison to MailChimp, where I need to install a plugin and setup the RSS feed in MailChimp.
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You know one of the most irritating thing about having a website is that you are always prone to hackers getting into your site and stealing not only your data but causing loss of money as well? You can check your WordPress site quickly to see how protected you are against possible attacks on your site. In comes Security Ninja, a WordPress plugin that helps thousands to stay safe and prevent downtime due to security issues with their website. What does Security Ninja do you might ask?
WordPress is one of the most popular content management systems and is a home for a large number of websites. From small-scale businesses to established firms, all are creating websites on WordPress for easy handling and maintenance. There are plenty of WordPress plugins, themes, etc. to make your handling easier and add some valuable features to improve your website. Social media holds a very significant part in the growth of your website as more people get to know about your brand and can connect through their social accounts. To make social media login part convenient for you, WordPress offers many plugins. Below, we have listed the top 10 social WordPress plugins for login that can prove to be beneficial for your website.
Modern world of technologies doesn’t stand still. Web technologies are changing and developing every day and we cannot say for sure what is waiting for us tomorrow. Today’s web design technologies offer us a wide range of smart solutions to build a first-rate website with cutting edge design features. Let’s take a look at multipurpose WordPress themes, among which are Monstroid by TemplateMonster and Divi by Elegant Themes. These templates are really worth speaking about. Developed by web design experts, Monstroid and Divi are great themes for users’ demands without exaggeration.
While coding for WordPress (themes or plugins), one of the most important things is the consistent coding standards. The WordPress core team published the WordPress Coding Standards quite a long time ago and if you are using PHPStorm, you can turn on its support for WordPress (not only coding standards but also hooks and many useful things). However, if you’re using another editor/IDE (Sublime Text for example), it’s hard to auto format the code to match WordPress rules. Is there a way to automatically fix all the PHP files and make them styled beautifully? This article shows you how to install and use a command line tool to check and fix coding standards for all PHP files. As I’m using Windows with XAMPP, the guide focuses on this environment.
I recently faced a situation where I want to change the footer text on all demos of my TheM theme. Each demo is a child site of a WordPress multisite network. I can do that easily by going to each site and update the theme option. The problem is if I need to update once more time or change another option, I need to repeat the procedure all over again. It takes a lot of time then. So I write this small snippet to update theme option on all child sites of a multisite network. You can use that to update post content or anything.
WordPress, being the backbone of millions of websites over the cyberspace, has changed the lives of many. Most of the people are migrating their websites to WordPress due to its simple handling and low cost of operations. But having your website on WordPress has some disadvantages too. The website gets prone to viruses or malware if you do not keep a proper check on the latest WordPress version and plugin updates. Here, we are discussing the causes of malware infections and the ways to protect your WordPress website from the viruses that can prove to be harmful to your website.