Thousands of support tickets have taught us one thing; people love customizing their themes. Everyday, many of them, dive in the code to get a unique layout or functionality, tailored to their needs and desires.
Another interesting fact is that very few users utilize child themes. Why is that? Well, most of them don’t know what they are, how they work and what they have to offer. Some, happily very few, just can’t be bothered.
This is part 3 of our 3-part series on speeding up your WordPress site trough the means of Content Delivery Networks (CDN) and image optimization. Just as previously, this is all about the quick wins for your WordPress blog … no coding involved, no hassle.
Google Search has been very clear about the benefits for websites that are accessible through a secure HTTPS/SSL connection, the announcement back in 2014 saw a huge increase in the number of sites that switched over to HTTPS, but in comparison to today’s standards, there’s still many website owners who haven’t made the switch.
This is part 2 of our 3-part series on making your WordPress site perform better through the magic of Content Delivery Networks and image optimization. In other words, we’re talking all about quick wins for your blog, without you having to learn any coding.
Since you’re here, I’m guessing there’s a fashion or lifestyle blog sitting in you somewhere. You know that you could share something awesome with the world, but you’re missing a tool to do so … hence, a WordPress blog!
Blogs are perfect when it comes to expressing your opinions and building a relationship with your (soon-to-be) audience.
Sometimes you might want to modify the default font applied to the theme. The easiest way to do this is by using the Easy Google Fonts plugin, which allows you to select from the 700+ font families available on Google Fonts. Read on to find out how you can install and configure the plugin in order to apply new fonts to your site.