If you’re running a WordPress blog, you would know that many WordPress themes provide the option to add your website logo and favicon. But many times even after adding the site favicon via theme options, it doesn’t show up in the browsers.
A few days back I wrote an article about “how to test a WordPress theme without going live” which can be done by using a WordPress plugin. You would know that Theme Test Drive was very popular plugin for testing WordPress themes without activating them but unfortunately it’s now not available in WordPress plugin’s repository.
You would know HelloBar is one of the best notification bars to convert visitors into customers and it also comes with a FREE plan. But, do you know why people still search for its free alternatives?
Of course many WordPress themes provide facility to create floating or scrollable menu but you shouldn’t worry if your theme doesn’t! Here I will tell you how you can create sticky menu in WordPress that will scroll along with site logo. And you can do it with any theme.
Testing a theme in WordPress is not a difficult task and even there is a feature available to preview new theme without activating it for live visitors, but honestly that feature is not good enough and many times we still need to activate the theme for testing it.
Affiliate links are often long, messy and hard to remember, but links on the site should be clean and short to gain more clicks. Right? So, Link Cloaking is the solution!
Why I’m undergoing a Google penalty? Why Google penalized my website? For which mistakes Google penalize websites and blogs? Questions like them might be arising in your mind! Don’t worry I will answer these questions but before that you should understand that what Google want! Google just wants to give its users access to accurate […]
Do you know your website’s page loading time directly affects you search engine rankings? According to Matt Cuts, it’s one of the over 200 signals they use in determining a website rank.