Guides and Tutorials

In the following WordPress tutorials, we offer you step-by-step instructions with visuals, plus easy-to-grasp instructions that you can put to action right away. We go through a number of common WordPress-related tasks, including things like how to secure your site, how to make it faster, how to pick a hosting platform, and other brilliant WordPress tutorials.

Integrating Google Maps With WordPress (How-To) – Intergeo Maps Plugin Review

Intergeo Maps Plugin Review

Detailed contact information is always important for a website owner, and especially if the website was built for a business purpose. The unfortunate fact is that we should never rely on the visitor’s “drive” to sniff around and find the contact data on their own. This is the kind of information that should always be directly right in front of them. It just makes it

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How to Put Together a Mobile First, Performance Orientated WordPress Theme [Part 2]

If you’ve scrolled down to see what’s in store here, you may be wondering whatever happened to points 1-5. Ah, right, to find what the answer is, you should take a look at the first part of this mini-series. In short, what we’re after here is giving you a guide on how to build a high performing mobile theme for WordPress. It may not seem like

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How to Put Together a Mobile First, Performance Orientated WordPress Theme [Part 1]

In its core, putting together a WordPress theme is a rather simple task. WordPress delivers a really friendly environment and makes it clear which PHP functions to use for what purpose along the way. However. Even though it’s simple, it’s far from easy, and especially if you want your theme to be mobile-optimized. There’s a range of unique issues that you ought to overcome if you

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10 Code Snippets to Use Images More Effectively in WordPress

You know how important images are in the world of online marketing. I don’t need to tell you that 65% of the people who visit your site are visual learners, or that infographics are a tried-and-tested means of producing viral content. And you’re not in the least bit surprised that blog posts with images receive 94% more views than those without. So rather than going down

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Your Default Blog Homepage Sucks: Why You Should Be Using "Start" Pages Instead + How to Build One

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If you’re like most bloggers, you spend a ton of time on your blog posts. Crafting the perfect headline. Writing that intro that grabs readers just right. And while your posts certainly are important…how much time does that leave to spend on your blog homepage? Or, maybe a better question – do you even have a WordPress blog homepage that’s not just a list of your most recent posts?

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Here’s How to Retrieve Any Post You Want With WP_Query

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If you’ve built simple themes in the past, chances are the need to retrieve posts on your own didn’t arise. After all, WordPress loads the most recent 10 posts on the main page and the correct posts on archive pages. What about more complex scenarios? What if you would like a sitemap of sorts and you want to list all your posts and pages ordered

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A Vue.js Tutorial for Beginner Developers: Learn the Basics and Use This Starter Vue Structure

Vue.js Tutorial for Beginner Developers

Whenever you start using new technologies in your development flow, you might feel at least a bit intimidated. Especially when there’s a myriad of npm packages out there in the wild. Mixing and matching things can sometimes take a lot of time and effort, and is usually frustrating. This is where the following Vue.js tutorial for beginner developers comes into play.

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Beginner’s Guide to Learning JavaScript as a WordPress Developer

Learning JavaScript as a WordPress Developer

If you have been following the happenings in the WordPress community for the past couple of months, you might already be aware of the rising importance of JavaScript. First up, the WordPress.com desktop app, Calypso, departed from the standard PHP route and has been coded using JavaScript (something CodeinWP talked about recently). And if that was not enough, in his annual “State of the Word”

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