How To’s & Tutorials Top things you need to do before changing your WordPress theme

Top things you need to do before changing your WordPress theme

As a WordPress user, you’re probably more or less familiar with switching themes, but in case you’re not, this article will do a better job for you. Changing themes is the most beautiful part of using WordPress, and it's designed to be executed with few clicks so that even beginners won’t have a problem doing it. However, there is a checklist of critical steps one has to perform before changing the theme, and failing to do them may lead to an unresponsive site or losing elements that are crucial to it.

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Discover WordPress or Static HTML – What’s best for your website?

WordPress or Static HTML – What’s best for your website?

Launching a business website is not an easy process, and you need to know how to hit off with it. One of the biggest dilemmas, in this case, is whether to choose a static HTML site or to go for WordPress instead, which is why we wrote this simple comparison article to help you make a decision. Go through it, and estimate which is the best option for your new business website.

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How To’s & Tutorials How to do it properly: Uninstalling WordPress Plugins

How to do it properly: Uninstalling WordPress Plugins

We know well that WordPress’s functionality strongly depends on plugins, so we all rush to install them immediately after our website goes viral. Doing it can be a bad mistake at times: we can’t know how our website is going to grow and develop, and whether we have installed the right plugins or not. Once we confirm that there is something to remove, the next step is to deactivate/delete it, and we should do it in the most appropriate way possible so that they won’t cause any problems in future.

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Discover WordPress Frameworks – The new secret ingredient of powerful themes

WordPress Frameworks – The new secret ingredient of powerful themes

WordPress theme frameworks are code libraries that have the purpose of easing your process of developing themes. At the dawn of WordPress, developing themes exposed many critical development/maintenance issues, mostly the lack of an upgrading strategy without losing essential styling options. A single functionality code was copy-pasted on all themes, and while average users had no problem dealing with it, advanced ones find it incredibly disastrous.

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