CSS facilitates the life of a frontend developer. Just by typing a line of code, the developer can easily change the whole appearance of a website. Selectors, particularly Class selectors, are one of the most important aspects of CSS. (more…)
In this article, we will explore Google Analytics.
Google Analytics is a free tool from Google. It gives you detailed information about your site’s visitors. This information is very important for you. By utilizing this information, you can analyze your visitors in depth and construct a strategy to improve your WordPress website. (more…)
It might not be possible for some websites to be accepted directly into the Google Adsense Program. Or, even if you get the ticket, you may still be searching for an additional income stream from another source.
Well, then you might consider Chitika as a possible alternative. (more…)
Google Search Console is a free service from Google. It gives you detailed information about your website’s traffic and visitors. By this valuable information, you can tune up your website to get higher standings in Google search results. Let’s discover how to begin to use Google Search Console in 4 easy and short steps. (more…)
Having a forum in your website is an old but reliable method to build a faithful community. People come there, talk with each other and create an active community like the Roman People did 2.000 years ago in ancient Forum.
Although there are many other third party proprietary or open source options, the best way to have a forum in your WordPress site is bbPress. (more…)
Sometimes, you may want to add a piece of software code (like C++, Java or even HTML) into your WordPress post. If you write your code directly in WordPress visual editor, it will look like an ordinary paragraph (just like the C code snippet written below).
But if you want your code to look like “code” (not like an ordinary paragraph) but not to behave like a real code, then writing your code directly on WordPress visual editor may not be the best solution for you. So, what should you do ?
You published your WordPress post, but you feel as if your post’s image doesn’t look like as you imagined. It seems like a border is missing around it. Well, you may add a border around your WordPress post’s image easily. All you have to do is to add a Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) snippet (piece of code) into your HTML page. (more…)