Why is speed important for WordPress Website?
When creating a website, speed is one of the most important features that need to be taken care of. The content is important but what if the visitors open the website and before even having a view of the content choose to go open another site and read content from there. Having the best content quality and all the hard work then goes to waste. Speed might not be that important before now. In recent times when everything is in the digital world, the topic of speed has gained a lot of importance and a lot of attention is being paid by the website creators on the speed of their website. Making it load fast and quick to avoid losing traffic and in return increasing the rating of their website.
One of the best features of WordPress is that it is free to use. The software is easily available for download from its official website and is best for bloggers and individuals with businesses who are looking to make an attractive and easy website to market their product and spread awareness about it. Although to make a website a registered domain name and a server is required which is received by spending a specific amount but the amount that is spent then is less because of the free availability of WordPress.
If you are running a WordPress website, then you will have to focus on improving the security of your WordPress website. WordPress security is extremely important because of various reasons. If you have a business website and you are not securing it properly, then you can end up facing huge problems. WordPress is an open-source platform and you have to use the right tools to secure your website. You often use a number of third-party tools including themes and plugins to increase the functionality of your WordPress website. However, if you are not securing all the loopholes, then hackers can find a way to damage your website.
More than 55% of the total websites out there are built using WordPress. If you are new to WordPress, then you will have to understand the basics first. WordPress is no rocket science. However, for every newbie, it is essential to avoid common WordPress mistakes. A lot of WordPress newbies make huge mistakes when they are starting a project. To avoid all such mistakes, you must get to know the basic tips and tricks to manage your WordPress project.
IS YOUR BLOG FAILING? WANT TO KNOW WHAT YOU CAN DO TO FIX IT?
So what are the reasons Blogs fail? Some may well have not been updated due to lack of interest or indeed lack of direction. Many are cast asunder and left in the ether. If you’re a blogger and looking for ways to combat the dreaded blog fail, then I have some useful tips for you.
For every one blog that succeeds many will be left to die, it’s just one of those things. With that in mind I thought I might share with you some of the problems / solutions I use to keep me going. Hopefully they will be of benefit for your blog.
So I just read a post on WPMUDEV, which quite frankly very informative it’s called ‘A Step By Step Guide to Moving Content From One WordPress Site to Another’ it’s a great read and worth a look. Although as I read through it I thought to myself, I don’t do it like that. In fact the way I do it (I think) is a lot easier.
You’ve decided to make a change, perhaps you want to go from xyz.co to xyz.com and are scratching you’re head on how to do it. Perhaps the mere idea frightens you witless, there really is no need to feel that way. As I said, it really really is quite simple to do so.
No doubt you will have heard of a range of plugins and such that make the process a one click affair but stuck on which one is best? The process I use I learned off of another website which I cannot for the life of me remember (anyone who does remember the post or has seen it let me know in the comment section!!!) does not use a plugin. Yep, you heard that right, no plugins.