In today’s day and age we’re preconditioned to believe that no one ever prints out websites. That everyone is reading our content online, on laptops, desktop computers, iPhones, tablets, mobile phones, or all sorts of other things, but not the old-school way – on a piece of paper.
As we all know, WordPress installation can be done in less than 5 minutes … a fact the WordPress team advertises on every occasion calling it the “famous” 5 minute install. Anyway, installing a fresh copy of WordPress isn’t quite enough to get it to the point of being able to run a site to its full potential.
Depending on the theme you’re using you may have the possibility to set a background image for your whole blog. And if you do you’re probably wondering whether it’s a good idea or not. So is it? Continue reading to find out.
The possibility of editing images straight inside WordPress is one of those things that go unnoticed by many veteran users of the platform. New users, however, are very likely to be familiar with what I’m about to discuss in this post.
WordPress has a lot of great features built in it already, but there are still other things that are not even approaching the level of “great” yet. One of such things is supporting email newsletters, or even its simplest form – post feeds via email (like RSS, only by email).