Beginner’s Guide For WordPress SEO 2 – Keyword

For some people, keyword research amounts to writing their niche into Google keyword planner, and looking through the related terms. That’s not a very good idea. While Google is able to make smart connections in other areas, the keyword planner is surprisingly straight forward. It will most likely only show related terms that already have the keyword in it. If I type in “soccer” and ask the Keyword planner for ideas, sure it lists “soccer games” or “soccer balls”,...

Beginner’s Guide For WordPress SEO 1

What Is SEO If you don’t know, SEO stands for search engine optimization, and it is basically the discipline of getting search engines, often with a heavy focus on Google, to send you visitors. SEO is complicated, and it can be hard to explain all that it entails without dragging on, so we’ll keep it short and sweet. The simplest way to explain SEO is to say that it is about communication. On one hand, knowing your potential audience...

How to Hide and Show Image in Your WordPress By Jquery

When you read the article, you need know some basic about jQuery. If you don’t know it yet, you still could have a look before you decide to learn it. A little appropriate change the codes I give, you should also achieve some simple effect by yourself. Click TWO button to hide or show a image The effect Click here to Hide the image below Click here to Show the image below The whole codes Click One button to...

Attachment Details – Image – Title, Caption, Alt Text, and Description

In the Dashboard/Media/Library, when you click a image, you will see a Attachment Details page like below. Notice the red circle, there are four option: Title, Caption, Alt text, Description. Title The title field in the attachment details allow you to provide a title to your image. This title is used internally by WordPress to sort images in the media library. Caption This is the text that you want to display with your image. Depending on your theme, it will be displayed...

WordPress Comment Moderation and Comment Spam

WordPress runs a number of tests on each new comment before posting it to your blog. If a comment fails one of these tests, it is not displayed immediately on the site but is placed in a queue for moderation, the process of manual approval or deletion by the blog’s administrator. Controlling Moderation You can control which comments get held for moderation on your Settings Discussion SubPanel page, which is located under Settings ? Discussion. If you would like...

How to Use WordPress Custom Fields

What are WordPress Custom Fields? Custom Fields are a form of meta-data that allows you to store arbitrary information with each WordPress post. While this does not sound so powerful, it is the single most powerful component of WordPress posts and content types (aka post types). This meta-data is handled with key/value pairs. The key is a “name” which identifies the specific field thus it is a constant and should stay the same for all posts however you can...

How to Change Font in WordPress

In this article, I will introduce two ways to change font in wordpress, one is simple and another is advanced and bit complex but more useful in some scenario. Simple Way: Use the WordPress Plugin There are a lot of plugin about changing font in wordpress plugins library. In there, I will introduce two, but you can search and try more by yourself, because each plugin has the pros and cons. WP Google Fonts The Pros Easy to use Access to...

Guide to WordPress Maintenance

Most website owners don’t think about maintenance. Instead of it being viewed as a necessity, it’s often looked at as a chore. And unfortunately, it’s often a chore that never gets done. By not properly maintaining your site you expose it to a variety of potential problems, such as increasing the likelihood it’ll be hacked, increasing load speeds, and reducing your search engine rankings. In this post we’re going to explore the most important areas of your site that...

What is a Gravatar And How to Customize It

When browsing different web sites, you may notice that many users have a picture next to their name. These pictures are called “avatars.” WordPress, however, uses a specific type of avatar called “Gravatars”–short for “Globally Recognized Avatar.” Unlike standard avatars, Gravatars follow you around the web and automatically appear when you post a comment on a WordPress site. WordPress integrates Gravatars into every WordPress site. Once registered with Gravatar, the service matches your WordPress profile information to the email...

What’s Plugin and How to Select and Install

Concept Plugins are ways to extend and add to the functionality that already exists in WordPress. The core of WordPress is designed to be lean and lightweight, to maximize flexibility and minimize code bloat. Plugins then offer custom functions and features so that each user can tailor their site to their specific needs. Default Plugins The following two plugins are included with WordPress core: Akismet  Akismet checks your comments against the Akismet web service to see if they look...