The WordPress Loop Explained The WordPress loop is big. It’s huge. It’s critical. Without it, your WordPress site won’t work. By this, I don’t mean that it’s large. In fact, it should be as lean, tight and quick as possible. But it’s a major part of what makes WordPress, well, WordPress.
How to Improve WordPress Email Deliverability with SendGrid Do you want to improve email deliverability from your WordPress site? Often web hosting providers don’t have properly configured mail settings, which blocks WordPress from sending emails. In this article, we will show you how to improve WordPress email deliverability with SendGrid.
13 Ways to Speed Up Cloud-Hosted WordPress Site Unlike shared hosting, cloud hosting is a different kind of hosting. It works based on a network of servers. The network has multiple machines, and they are often pulled from various data centers in different locations. For websites hosted on a cloud platform, it is essential that […]
The Ultimate Guide to Managing Your WordPress Website with FTP Have you ever needed to upload multiple large files to your WordPress website or modify file permissions? By default, WordPress’ back-end doesn’t allow you to bulk upload media files or modify file permissions. However, File Transfer Protocol (FTP) enables WordPress site owners to access the […]
Moving a WordPress Site Into a Multisite Network – The Tricky But Thorough Way In a recent post, I demonstrated the easy way to move a WordPress site into a Multisite network, using plugins. For many sites, this method works perfectly fine. But what if your site’s settings are a bit more complex?