The WP Mail SMTP fixes your email deliverability by reconfiguring WordPress to use a proper SMTP provider when sending emails. Having problems with your WordPress site not sending emails? You’re not alone. Eventually, over 1 million websites use WP Mail SMTP to send their emails reliably.
Unlike getting website updates or ezines by email, RSS feeds give you absolute, 100% complete control over the situation. You don’t have to reveal your email address. If you want to stop receiving content, you don’t have to request to be “taken off the list.”
As a webmaster, it is important to Change Font Size Settings in your WordPress site, or that of your client for better results. Especially, if you’d like your content to have a positive impression on your readers. As well as, allowing Search Engines to optimize and output your page(s) in the best way possible.
About six months ago, in WordPress 5.0, the Gutenberg Block Editor saw the immediate replacement. Especially to the previous WordPress Classic Content Editor Version. Since then, several of our subscribed readers have asked us to create this Comprehensive Blog Article.
According to the WordPress Plugins table, W3 Total Cache improves the SEO and user experience of your site. Especially by increasing website performance, reducing load times through a variety of features. For example, the CDN (content delivery network) integration and the latest best practices.
Certainly, as a newbie, you’re probably as confused as I was. So what the hell are backups? The answer is fairly simple. Your WordPress database contains every post, every comment and every link you have on your blog. If your database gets erased or corrupted, you stand to lose everything you have written. There are many reasons why this could happen and not all are things you can control.
There are a number of options available that enable your business to start selling products online. But we recommend to most customers that they use a fully hosted eCommerce Solution. For instance, a hosted eCommerce Solution sometimes called a “Cloud” or “Software as a Service – SaaS.”