Posts Tagged ‘blogging’
Are You Ready to Move to Full Site Editing?
Making the move to Full Site Editing (FSE) isn’t as terrifying as most might think. By now, everyone using WordPress should be adapted to using the Block Editor system. The truth is, though, that many are reluctant to use the newer editor system as the Classic Editor continues to rank in the top five frequently…Read More
Making Sense of the New Block Editor
Change can be difficult to deal with, even when it’s for the good. The WordPress Block Editor (which came out of the Gutenberg project) is for-sure better than the WordPress Classic Editor plugin but many of us are still struggling to make the switch. In fact, the Classic Editor plugin still ranks in the top…Read More
Weighing in on Gutenberg
Gutenberg is coming to WordPress. If you haven’t heard about it yet, you’re not reading enough WordPress news. 😉 However, for the sake of completeness, it overhauls the default content editing for WordPress. The new content editor is akin to stacking Legos simulating more of a page building experience. How it Works The Gutenberg experience…Read More
At 120,000 Miles, How Does Your WordPress Website Hold Up?
A friend of mine once told me how he often compares having a WordPress website to owning a car. At the time I didn’t think much about it. Reflecting back on it, I think the comparison makes a lot of sense. Let me tell you why. The Make, Model, and Color of Your Vehicle Surely…Read More
4 Simple Ways To Kill SPAM From Your WordPress Site
According to recent activity reports from WordPress.com, people are writing about 70 million new posts each month. With over 2.3 million blog posts going live each day covering every possible topic, it’s no wonder that these are the front lines in the battle against spam. How can we kill spam on our WordPress sites? What…Read More