It’s easy to become obsessed with your Google Pagespeed Insights score. VERY easy. Everyone wants to know what the secrets of achieving a 100/100 score are. Today we’re doing to dive in the deep end of how to increase the Google Pagespeed score for your WordPress website – the right way.
We’re big fans of minimalism here at Create and Code. Today we’re taking you on a tour of the best Minimalist WordPress Themes for 2017. Minimalism doesn’t need to mean boring. In fact, it takes world class design skills to create a WordPress theme that’s minimal but still striking. Let’s dive in and take a look.
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 officially.
But the fact that there’s no official WordPress customer service for the self-hosted version doesn’t mean there aren’t places you can get help with WordPress. There are plenty of WordPress support services out there. And that’s what I’ll be digging into in this article.
Ok, so if you’re at least a little bit aware of your surroundings, you’ve probably seen the word “WordPress” plastered in at least a few different places on this site. But as awesome as WordPress is (and as much as we might love it), it’s far from the only CMS out there.
Yes, despite the fact that over 27% of the web now uses WordPress, there is indeed a world outside WordPress.
In today’s post, I’m going to explore that world and dish out some of the best WordPress alternatives available in 2017. I can’t promise you that I’m not going to tell you to still use WordPress at the end of the post…but until then, I swear that I’ll be objective!
You’re searching for a blog post that helps you solve a problem which has been nagging you for hours. You think you’ve finally found it. Halfway through, the author references a case study that sounds like exactly what you need. Hallelujah!
You click, expecting to finally find the answer and…
ERROR. 404 Page. Broken link.
It makes you want to chuck the laptop out the window, doesn’t it? And guess what – it’s the same for the people who visit your WordPress blog and find broken links.
No matter how fastidious you are when crafting your content, the Internet is an impermanent place. So it’s easy for old content to wrack up broken links. But with a broken link checker for WordPress, you can instantly catch broken links to prevent them from destroying your site’s user experience.
In this post, I’ll give you a tutorial for finding and fixing all of the broken links on your WordPress site.