These days, we often hear the GDPR abbreviation from almost every entrepreneur who runs a business in the EU. Those four letters are mentioned in the Internet and news feeds of social media pretty much every day. In the recent weeks, users from different countries continue to receive emails from various services with notifications of upgraded user agreements modified in accordance with the GDPR.Continue reading “What is GDPR and what should you know about it?”
WordPress is highly vulnerable to hacker and bot attacks because of its popularity. With the increasing number of attacks, even your site can be compromised. According to Wordfence, over 90,000 hack attempts are made on WP sites every minute.Continue reading “How to recover a hacked WordPress website?”
A micro site is a small one to two page website that has the sole purpose of selling a particular product or service. These sites have grown in popularity for a few reasons. First, they are easy and quick to build. You don’t have to have a lot of technical knowledge to publish a sales letter online.Continue reading “Using Micro Sites to Boost Profits”
Just like most other forms of creative writing, there is no wrong way to write an article for a small business blog. There is, however, a better way.
So, you’ve been toying with the idea of starting a website, perhaps even an online business, for some time now. You know you need to start a WordPress blog, invest in some high-quality WordPress hosting, and even produce killer content on a consistent basis. You might even know you want to open an eCommerce shop and sell products and services to your loyal customers.Continue reading “How to Choose a Niche for Your WordPress Website”
Design thinking is a term for a specific approach to problem-solving. Whether you’re a designer, a developer, a business owner, anyone really, I’m sure that at one point or another, you applied design thinking to solve a problem.Continue reading “How to Use Design Thinking to Solve Problems”
How many times have you stumbled upon 404 Page? Hundred, thousand, a million times? All in all, we are humans who might be smarter than a decade ago and know how to surf the Web smoothly and hassle-free, nevertheless we still make mistakes, and sometimes these mistakes are so silly. However, neither browser nor website is an AI-powered machine that can correct them on the fly. So once in a while, we have to deal with error pages. And among the whole diversity of the errors that can occur in the web, by the way, there are more than thirty of them in the wild – 404 is one of the most favorite.
Google’s SMTP server is a free service that you can use to send emails from your custom domain, website, or web application. SMTP stands for Simple Mail Transfer Protocol. Basically, it’s an internet protocol for email transmission between servers. These days most emails are sent from an SMTP server. Anyone with a Gmail or Google Apps account can use Google’s free service, albeit it does have a daily sending limit.Continue reading “How to Use Google’s SMTP Server to Send Emails for Free”
As any new—or in some cases, experienced — web developer will tell you, launching a website or making changes to a live site can be ridden with anxiety.Continue reading “Staging WordPress Sites for Beginners: 3 Ways”
The concept of semantics originates from the field of linguistics. It literally means the “study of meaning”. So, semantics is the discipline of finding connections between different signifiers such as words, symbols, and signs. As HTML is a markup language rather than a programming language, semantics is a very important part of it. If you use HTML5 semantics wisely you can make your website more accessible, improve user experience, and get better search engine rankings as well.Continue reading “A Guide to HTML5 Semantics for Better SEO”