Tag: Content management system
eCommerce Mistakes: 17+ Mistakes To Fix Right Now (Infographic)
With the rapidly growing world of online shopping, being aware of the latest trends in eCommerce is very important. This will help you stay ahead of the competition while offering better services to your customers, which will help boost engagement. Apart from knowing about the latest changes and trends, you also need to fix eCommerce […]
Facts To Know About Joomla
My friends over at websitebuilder, have worked hard on developing a new infographic about facts to know about Joomla. Joomla is the 2nd largest CMS platform, according to the people over at w3techs.
So you want more traffic to your WordPress site
Do you check your traffic statistics? Are they go up or staying steady maybe even dropping. More traffic leads to more exposure., which will be the key to your success, so you need to be obsessed with site statistics.
Google Crawl soft 404 error in your Yoast SEO
If you are using the WordPress Yoast SEO Search Console, you might wonder what the soft 404 means, the SEO search console shows all the Google search crawl errors and issues related to your site.
WordPress vs Other CMS? Which one is Perfect One to Choose?
Are you looking for an open-source CMS – are you technically knowledgeable about how to manage and maintain a CMS.
Multi-tenant WordPress for Enterprise
WordPress is the most popular CMS publishing platforms on the Internet today. Developers are familiar with it, designers love the simplicity of creating themes, and site editors love the way off content creating in an easy way.
How to speed up page load for your WordPress blog
As part of launching a new WordPress website, you need to do some optimization from the standard installation and give your WordPress improved performance improve page loads. There are a number of ways you can do this, I will in this article take you through the options that are available to you. There might be […]
What you need to know about WordPress Multi Site
A WordPress MultiSite is served by one code base, each site within the MultiSite uses the same database, the tables are numbered by the site which allows the separation of a site if you need to remove tables. The user tables are still shared.
How to setup a MySql replication database for WordPress
WordPress uses MySql database to store all the plugin options, theme options, your pages, your posts, users and comments, with more visitors your site need to be able to scale or in my case, I had user spikes (increased traffic) that took out the connection to MySql, as memory on the server was used up. […]
Use Case: How to connect your company blog using RSS, Buffer and IFTTT
If you have a lot of social media profiles to update, you’ve likely figured out quite a few time-saving tips. Here’s one use case involving Buffer, Company Blog, and IFTTT.