Fixing the Pesky 403 Forbidden Error in WordPress

Fixing the Pesky 403 Forbidden Error in WordPress When your website throws up a 403 error with “Forbidden” plastered across the top in imposing bold letters, it’s just a bit rude, right? I mean, it’s your website and you can’t access it. The nerve! I…

In-Depth WordPress Multilingual Setup Guide

In-Depth WordPress Multilingual Setup Guide Let’s first start out by saying, setting up a WordPress multilingual site can be very confusing! Even for seasoned WordPress developers and users, there are suddenly a lot of questions that get raised when first figuring out how to deliver…

A Beginner’s Guide to Content Curation and Content Aggregation with WordPress

A Beginner’s Guide to Content Curation and Content Aggregation with WordPress For businesses with an online presence, content marketing has become an important tool to help attract customers, form relationships, and generate leads and sales. While most people know about creating original content as a…

5 Steps to Learn to Use a WordPress Theme Detector

5 Steps to Learn to Use a WordPress Theme Detector Variety is one of the best features WordPress has to offer. A huge collection of themes and templates awaits anyone interested in exploring. A vast array or styles, suitable for any kind of vision are…

WordPress Multisite and SEO: All Your Questions Answered

WordPress Multisite and SEO: All Your Questions Answered One topic that comes up time and time again in the comments on our Multisite posts is SEO. People often want to know how running a Multisite network will affect SEO, both for the main site and…

Customizer Improvements in WordPress 4.7

Customizer Improvements in 4.7 WordPress 4.7 has been the most active release on record for the customize component, with four major feature projects merging and shipping with 4.7 and over 90 tickets closed as fixed. This post summarizes the highlights of the user and developer-facing…

Ultimate Guide to WordPress Migrations and SEO: Pre-Migration Prep

WordPress Migrations and SEO: Pre-Migration Prep There are many reasons you might need to migrate a WordPress site – a change of domain name or perhaps moving a blog from a subdomain to a subdirectory. Whatever the reason, it is important to factor in SEO…