Have you ever run into the situation where you have a lot of posts without a featured image and you need to change that to be able to use WordPress Themes which depend upon featured images in their layout? We’ve got a simple solution to this problem.
In the latest part of our series comparing Joomla! and WordPress, we dig deeper into the functionalities included with widgets and modules, and how they fit with the key philosophies of their respective CMS’ development.
Every theme market boasts huge sales for builder themes that let users drag & drop to build a site, but are they really the best choice for the average user? In this post, I’ll argue the case for sticking with singular, specific designs.
In part 3 of our series comparing Joomla and WordPress, we start exploring content creation, seeing how each CMS manages its frontpage and produces the content that will drive a website’s popularity.
In part 2 of our series comparing Joomla! and WordPress, we take a look at how they differ when it comes to updates and development, as well as examining the power of the menu in Joomla!
In this new article series we’ll be looking at the key differences between the two most popular CMSs; Joomla and WordPress, starting with a look at their different naming conventions and what it tells us about their focus.
WordPress offers a ton of plugins on its repository; big, small; complex, simple; there’s something to meet every need. However, sometimes finding something new is like looking for a needle in a haystack. In this new series, we’ll be doing quick reviews of a selection of plugins each week, so maybe you’ll find something new and interesting to play with!
In the third part of our round-up of useful WordPress plugins that aren’t as well-known as the big-hitters, we cover security-enhancing plugins that help you keep track of vulnerabilities, plugins for improving your site’s functionality for the user, and clever little plugins for total control of widget placement. It’s an eclectic mix, so read on and discover some of the more useful plugins on the WordPress repository.
The WordPress REST API is one of the biggest additions to WordPress for many years, providing new ways to integrate WordPress into the digital world. With this guide, we’ll help you add custom fields to REST API responses to better manage data requests.