How to Install WordPress Locally the Easy Way

How to Install WordPress Locally the Easy Way Sometimes it can be more convenient to work with WordPress on your local machine. Today we want to share with you an awesome WordPress product, DesktopServer from ServerPress, which can make installing WordPress locally a complete breeze….

What’s Coming in WordPress 4.7 (Features and Screenshots)

What’s Coming in WordPress 4.7 (Features and Screenshots) The beta version of WordPress 4.7 arrived last week. We have been following the development closely, and we are excited to report that final version is expected to be released around December 6th, 2016. In this article,…

How to Install WordPress Locally on Your Mac with MAMP

How to Install WordPress on Your Mac with MAMP – WP Mayor There’s a popular saying among entrepreneurs that you should try to break things first, so that you can make them better. But if the thing we’re talking about is your WordPress site, then…

Securing WordPress from the Start

Securing WordPress from the Start WordPress security is an important element of owning a WordPress site and something you need to consider when creating a new WordPress site. In this post, we cover a few methods for securing WordPress from the start, and additional steps…

WordPress Hacked? – 7 Essential Steps to Fully Restore Your Website

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35+ Free WordPress Bootstrap Themes to Jump-Start Your Website-Building

35+ Free WordPress Bootstrap Themes 2018 What’s Bootstrap you ask? Well, it’s a somewhat complex idea, but in general you can think of it as an opensource collection of tools and resources that are used to build a website. Bootstrap is actually similar to a…

How to Add Avatars to Your WordPress Site with Gravatar

How to Add Avatars to Your WordPress Site with Gravatar – WPExplorer Avatars – graphical representations of computer users – help to define a person’s online identity. WordPress calls them Globally Recognized Avatars (or ‘Gravatars’), and these icons (along with user names) identify the authors…