How to Synchronize WordPress Live and Development Databases – SitePoint This article is part of a series created in partnership with SiteGround. Thank you for supporting the partners who make SitePoint possible. Developing WordPress themes is considerably easier with real content. Unexpected situations begin to arise when people add pages, posts, media and comments.
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Where to Get WordPress Customer Service: Maintenance + Customization Ever wish there was a WordPress customer service number you could call? Like whenever you hit a snag, just call up and say, “Hey Mr. WordPress, fix my site please”. That would be pretty awesome, right? There’s just one problem… It doesn’t exist. At least not […]
How To Improve WordPress Performance By Configuring W3TC Every now and then in the WordPress ecosystem you might see people asking or talking about speeding up a WordPress website. Speed related topics are one of the most talked about in the industry, but I would say most people know very little about it.
A Guide for Choosing the Right Hosting for Your WordPress Website One of the most crucial yet often overlooked factors that can immensely affect the performance of a website is the hosting platform that it utilizes. Choose the one that doesn’t fit your business needs and you will certainly suffer significant loss of traffic, poor […]
Best online tools to quickly check for broken links on your WordPress site Unless you’re just starting your first blog, you are probably quite aware that a website needs regular maintenance. Things need to upgrade, others break down, and you always think how to improve your site. When doing maintenance, people often forget to check […]
Beginner’s Guide to WordPress oEmbed Feature for Post Embedding Frankly speaking, the Internet is all about content sharing. Webmasters share their textual contents, products, images, videos, music and many others to achieve different purposes. And luckily, with the existence of the oEmbed protocol, all of these sharing activities can be an easy thing with WordPress […]