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Old 20-10-2017, 05:32 PM   #1
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Every week, we are committed to serve highly useful and important tips about web development and and graphic for every hardwarezone forumers! We strongly feel that designing is an exclusive art and its part of our social responsibility to share it to everybody; to create a strong awareness about it.

Basically, Wordpress is one of the free and popular CMS tools which are available to design your website. Therefore, this week’s part 1 of the tutorial will be for the Wordpress newbies on the various wordpress plugins which are available:

1. Post Revisions Plugin

Saving post revisions can be a great thing when you make an accidental edit. If you’re someone who creates your pages or posts from within the WordPress editor, it won’t take long before the number of revision stored in the database start to add up and eat your hosting space. Dealing with this problem can be as simple as installing a plugin like Revision Control. These will both help to help clean up your database.

2. Yoast SEO Plugin

The name of this plugin makes it clear that its primary focus is on search engine optimization. The benefit of SEO is all about getting more visitors to your website, via the search engines.

3. Akismet Plugin

At first, spam won’t be a problem for your new WordPress website. However, in due time, spammers will find your site very soon. Before you know it, you’ll be flooded with unwanted comments from around the globe. The simple solution for this is to install Akismet plugin to your site.

4. Caching Plugin

If you’re using shared hosting, a caching plugin will provide your website with a valuable speed boost. A faster website means happier visitors and that’s a good thing in Google’s eyes too. If you are unsure what type of hosting you subscribe for, you might want to check with your hosting provider.

5. BackupBuddy Plugin
If anything ever goes wrong, you definitely want to restore your website as quickly and as possible.BackupBuddy plugin is a premium option but sometimes in life you get what you pay for and when it comes to backups, it’s definitely better to be safe than sorry.

Part 2 of this tutorial will be continued next week…


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Old 03-11-2017, 05:11 PM   #2
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Every week, we are committed to serve highly useful and important tips about web development and and graphic for every hardwarezone forumers! We strongly feel that designing is an exclusive art and its part of our social responsibility to share it to everybody; to create a strong awareness about it.

Basically, Wordpress is one of the free and popular CMS tools which are available to design your website. Therefore, this week’s part 2 of the tutorial will be for the Wordpress newbies on the various optimizations which you can consider to make your new website profitable:

1. Update your Site Title

As one of the most important elements of your website, you’ll want to make sure your site title is properly completed. Although every page on your site should have an appropriate title, the one we are referring to here is your site title. It can be found under Settings >> General. When someone visits your homepage or finds your site via the SERPs, the site title is usually what they’ll see.

2. Update the Timezone

Much like setting the time and date on your phone, you’ll want to do the same within WordPress. Plugins, scheduled posts, and integrated apps will all rely on the fact that your time zone is properly set up.


3. Add a Favicon

It’s the small little logo or graphic that shows up in your browser tab and it adds the last bit of professional polish to your website. It is also the icon used in your list of favorites on your browser, hence, “favorites icon”. Typically 16px by 16px, you can create a favicon in any popular drawing program.

4. Install Google Analytics and Webmaster Tools

Installing Google Analytics and setting up GWT (Google Webmaster Tools) only takes a few minutes. GWT, in particular, will allow you to see how Google is treating the significance of your content keywords. Plus, it will provide you with data on impressions, clicks and average keyword position.

Part 3 of this tutorial will be continued next week…


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Today’s tutorial was quite straight forward as it discussed on other tips besides the plugins which we covered last week. As part of our valued commitment, we usually provide the above tips as part of our web design service to all our potential clients.

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Old 10-11-2017, 06:01 PM   #3
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Every week, we are committed to serve highly useful and important tips about web development and and graphic for every hardwarezone forumers! We strongly feel that designing is an exclusive art and its part of our social responsibility to share it to everybody; to create a strong awareness about it.

Basically, Wordpress is one of the free and popular CMS tools which are available to design your website. Therefore, this week’s part 3 of the tutorial will be for the Wordpress newbies on the various optimizations which you can consider to make your new website profitable:

1. Change Your Permalink Structure

By default, WordPress has a long undesirable permalink structure. Out of the box, any page or post that you publish will have a URL that works well for computers but poorly for humans and search engines (.....yourwebsite.com/?p=123]). Compare that to a URL which contains a proper title and appropriate keywords and it’s easy to see why you need to change your permalink structure.

In most cases, the “Post name” structure (...http...yourwebsite.com/sample-post/) is the best choice unless of course you’ll be posting similar titles that are date or time sensitive. Using this structure will make it easier for the reader to see what a post or page is about before they arrive at your site. It also makes it easier for search engines to analyze and rank your content.

2. Delete the Default Content

There are a few pieces of dummy content installed with WordPress that you’ll want to delete. Some hosting companies that use auto-installers also provide additional content above and beyond what comes with WordPress. Make sure you check pages, posts, comments, and widgets for anything not related to your business.

3. Fill Out Your User Profile

Take two minutes to fill out your profile page. It contains several fields that should be filled out including your name, social profile and contact information. There is also a drop-down field that allows you to change your publicly displayed name. Set it to either your first name, last name, nickname or any combination of the two. The only thing you want to avoid using is your username which represents 50% of you required login details.

4. Set-up Your Gravatar

Gravatar stands for globally recognized avatar and is a convenient way to make your profile portable across the web. Any time you comment on another website using your Gravatar email address, you’ll automatically leave your standardized profile behind that includes a photo, links to your website and links to your social profile.

Signing up with Gravatar is also an easy way to ensure that your profile photo is displayed alongside all of the posts you publish on your blog.


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So far, I’ve put the more mission critical tasks at Tutorial 1 and 2 which we discussed in previous weeks. If these tutorials doesn’t make sense to you, then don’t worry as we normally include this by default for all our clients when they engage us.

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