You’ve already spent days or months working on your WordPress.com blog but perhaps you are starting to realize that WordPress.org would be a better choice? Worry not. You won’t have to start the process all over again to have your content migrated to the other version.
When the Web first started, websites were pretty dumb. That is, they were nothing more than text and static HTML code, with no fancy effects and very little interactivity.
Do you want to password protect WordPress? This short article will teach you how. You can either password protect your WordPress site entirely, an individual post, or just a category. It all depends on what your personal needs are.
Fonts play an important part in designing a website and they must be chosen with care. A good combination of WordPress fonts can please the eyes of the user and can transmit different messages. Typefaces can express emotion and trigger reactions the same way a color or an image can.
The default WordPress search function which is built into the CMS has improved tremendously in the past years. However, for some, the functionality is still too basic, and won’t cut it for larger or more complex sites. In this article, we will explain how the current WordPress search works and list 11 different ways you can make searching your site easier and more powerful. Keep reading to find out more in this article created by our team at wpDataTables.