WordPress has a built-in search feature which allows a site using self-hosted WordPress to search local pages and posts, and then display the results on the site. What if you want to use an external search engine like DuckDuckGo to do this instead?
You want your website to load fast. How? Speed Up WordPress with this Image Optimization Guide.
A fast website is good for your visitors, and it’s good for Search Engine Optimization (SEO) ranking in Google. One way to get your website to load fast is to reduce the size of what needs to load when a visitor goes to your website. Pictures can be a huge contributor to your website’s page size. How can you fix this? Let’s talk about how to Speed up WordPress with Image Optimization.
Using images on your website is crucial these days. Images can help give your website some excitement. The right images on your website will even help you boost conversion rates.
Another reason to use images in your articles is for an added increase of search engine optimization (SEO).
In this post I will take a close look at all of the things you need to consider when choosing a WordPress Theme. I will also provide you with some of my picks for the best WordPress themes.
Step by step instructions on how to start a blog (WordPress website), including suggestions for WordPress themes and other resources for those who have already setup their WordPress blog.