A WordPress.com account brings the cloud features of WordPress.com to your self-hosted WordPress website. This gives you the best of both worlds – the flexibility of self-hosted WordPress and the dependable features of WordPress.com.
The big new feature in WordPress 5.0 is the upgraded editor. It’s really different from the old editor, and we know the change can cause some frustration. In this article and the companion video above, we’ll share what’s changed and how to hit the ground running with the new block editor.
Gutenberg is the name of the new editor in the upcoming WordPress 5.0. It is a completely new publishing experience, and will bring tremendous change to how you’ve used WordPress. What is Gutenberg? How will it affect me? Find out..
WordPress.com is a service that makes it incredibly easy to start a website or blog. Indeed, millions of people around the world use the service to publish their content to the web. In fact, you may have started your own blog on WordPress.com, as I did. And you may have also begun to bump up… Continue reading
How would you like some cool (and useful), premium features for your WordPress website for free? I’m talking about features like email subscriptions for new posts and comments, commenting with Twitter or Facebook logins, a mobile version of your site and automatically sharing new posts to your social networks. The Jetpack plugin will enable all these… Continue reading
Showing off your work or press mentions on a WordPress website turns out to be a challenging task. The task is even more difficult if you want to show off more than just images. In this article, I present 3 easy options to display portfolios. And I even made an example site to demonstrate the 3 methods explained here.
Quickstart guide for new WordPress users to learn how to setup essential settings and tasks after installing WordPress