Did you know that sometimes your WordPress contact forms may not be sending you an email? Are you missing form notifications in email? With a few changes to your website settings, you can easily fix this problem. In this tutorial, I will show you how to fix the WordPress contact form not sending email issue.
Many of you asked me what plugins do I use for my website. Also you wanted to know how I keep my website optimised and fast. Well, let me share that with you ….
Despite the constant increase in customer awareness about SEO, many of them are still asking “why SEO is expensive?”
WordPress is extremely powerful. Because WordPress is so flexible you can build almost anything. For use WordPress is the Swiss Army Knife of web design and SEO.
Deciding whether to migrate to HTTPS protocol has become a no-brainer. The main benefit of HTTPS is that it provides a secure connection to users on the pages where they share personal data with you. It’s great to have on your entire website. But, when a user shares precious info, like credit card details, contact form details, HTTPS adds extra layers of protection.
It’s almost like it’s 1999 again and the Y2K bug – expect this time you have Facebook and everyone and ramming GDPR compliance at you. In short, the regulations tighten up how businesses are using people’s personal data within the business and introduce greater transparency to how people can see what a company is doing with their personal data.
Those blogging on WordPress should be somewhat familiar with WordPress SEO. If you are blogging on WordPress for fun only or you know the basics, then you may want to move on and not read further. However, if you are blogging for money-making purposes, you may want to continue reading here about WordPress SEO.
We have given the shared hosting industry a hard time here. The reality is they’re in the business of making money without thinking about you, the customer. Read why using a cheap shared hosting is bad for your business.
We have all seen it at some point. A common error in WordPress is a PHP memory limit error. This happens when WordPress doesn’t have enough memory to achieve what you want. It can be caused by poorly written plugins that will continue to run a procedure until the installation runs out of memory and of course WordPress memory consumption increases with the amount of modifications. Simply the more plugins you install and keep activated , the more memory power your website needs.
Business email through Gmail? Brilliant solution for every business. G Suite is a set of intelligent apps including Gmail, Docs, Drive, Calendar, Hangouts, and more — designed to bring people together, with real-time collaboration built in from the start. And there’s a lot more on the way.
Wow! I must say that guys at Capsicum Mediaworks did an amazing job! They’ve created “The Killer WordPress Checklist” which will benefit all WP designers, developers and users! Enjoy this infographic!
Lately I’ve seen some bad trend in WordPress SEO. People don’t know what is the purpose of Headings in WordPress… actually in whole HTML structure (the code of your website – big thing). Understanding WordPress heading tags and how to use them correctly makes a huge difference in content quality.
Happy days! Flothemes installation done, so it’s time to move forward and build a website. In my article…