Phlox is a modern, lightweight, customizable theme perfect for almost any type of website, including blog, portfolio, business, agency, news and
Tutorials on how Wordpress works and how to get the most out of it. Wordpress is the most used CMS to create websites
Enfold is a clean, super flexible and fully responsive WordPress theme (try resizing your browser), suitable for websites of all sizes.
Today we are going to see a plugin called ‘Wordpoints’ with which we will be able to create a points system to reward users who perform specific actions.
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Enfold is a theme from Kriesi, one of the most downloaded themes in the themeforest market. I have chosen it for many of my projects because in addition to style and versatility, it had a number of details that made my life a little easier. Especially with the visual builder (Avia) which is proprietary to […]
You should never use themes that incorporate their own Custom Post Types, because they will disappear when you change themes. What are Custom Post Types? By default WordPress comes with “Posts” and “Pages”. But there is a feature that allows us to create new types of content: Custom Post Types. Custom Post Types are new […]
In this tutorial we see the differences between the types of WordPress themes: Themes, child themes and parent themes. Types of WordPress themes There seems to be a bit of confusion between the different types of themes (themes, templates) that exist in WordPress, and it is normal. Usually just the word “theme” is used without […]
Today we are going to look at the Desktop or Control Panel in WordPress, the great unknown, and the first thing you find when you access the WordPress control panel. WordPress Dashboard When we install WordPress and access the control panel for the first time, we find a page called “Desktop” with 5 widgets. These […]
Something as basic as changing theme (theme, template) in WordPress has certain consequences that we must know. Let’s see what they are and what we should do. Obviously, the consequences depend on how good or bad a developer the author of the theme is, but there are some things that will always be altered. Menus […]
WordPress.org is not the same as WordPress.com. In fact, they are two very different worlds. Let’s take a look at the main differences and the reason for the same name. What is WordPress.org? When we talk about “WordPress”, we usually refer to WordPress.org. On that website we can find a software called “WordPress” that we […]
In Seo is Dead we continue to make tutorials about WordPress for people who are starting with this tool to make websites. Let’s see the differences between posts and pages in WordPress. What are “Posts” in WordPress? Originally, WordPress only had posts. It had nothing else. Not even pages existed. Let’s remember that when WordPress […]
Let’s see what the differences between WordPress Categories and Tags are. It is something basic but it is important to know it. Categories in WordPress Categories are a way of organising your WordPress posts (entries, articles). We should not confuse them with other types of categories, such as the “Product categories” that may appear when […]
Oddly enough, when you upload an image to WordPress, it doesn’t just upload it, it does a couple of things. Downgrading image quality in WordPress It is a little known issue, but when you upload a .jpg image, WordPress reduces its quality by 10%, to optimise space and transfer. In principle this is not noticeable, […]
It’s time to review a basic WordPress concept. Today we will see the difference between WordPress themes and plugins, what is the role that each one should play, and the role that a theme should NEVER play. Read on and here we tell you how to install several plugins at the same time in WordPress. […]
Today we will see how you can create your own collection of WordPress plugins, which you can then reuse and retrieve in each new installation you do. What do I mean by this? Easy. Many of you are WordPress implementers and developers. That means you get sick of installing the same plugins over and over […]