Category: Blog

  • PHP 8 WordPress Compatibility Best Practices

    PHP 8 WordPress Compatibility Best Practices

    On November 26th, 2020, PHP 8 was released to the world. Two years later, PHP’s latest version 8.2 offers new features and improvements promising to enhance the security and performance of our WordPress sites. WordPress Core is compatible with PHP 8 since its 5.6 release. But should I upgrade right away? Let’s analyze the main changes…

  • Manage Multiple Online Stores with WooCommerce Multisite

    Manage Multiple Online Stores with WooCommerce Multisite

    Have you ever wanted to run multiple online stores with ease, all from one central control panel? This is exactly what WooCommerce with WordPress Multisite, aka “WooCommerce Multisite” offers This article will delve into the advantages and common obstacles you may face and provide solutions to help you deploy a WooCommerce solution in a WordPress…

  • 5 Criteria for Choosing the Best WordPress Hosting Provider for Your Business

    5 Criteria for Choosing the Best WordPress Hosting Provider for Your Business

    Are you a professional tasked with choosing the perfect WordPress Hosting provider for your clients? If you are an agency or freelance, knowing how to choose a good hosting service for WordPress websites is crucial. As professionals, web hosting becomes part of our tools, and we must choose correctly if we want to maintain the…

  • Master the HTTP Error 405 Method Not Allowed

    Master the HTTP Error 405 Method Not Allowed

    The HTTP error code 405, “Method Not Allowed” indicates that the server is aware of the requested page or resource, but does not authorize the method used to request it. Understand the error 405, what are the causes and how to fix them.

  • How AI Is Influencing SEO Professionals and Techniques

    How AI Is Influencing SEO Professionals and Techniques

    AI SEO affects the work of SEO professionals: AI SEO reflects need on each other, learn what to expect and how to adapt to survive the shift.

  • WordPress backup strategy: Key Factors  and Tools

    WordPress backup strategy: Key Factors and Tools

    A WordPress backup strategy is ultimately your last line of defense.Things do go wrong, and you need to be prepared, as no one can guarantee they’re safe from every security threat. When all else fails, you need to know that you have a clean backup that you can draw from to restore your site and…

  • How To Get a 100 In Google Lighthouse

    How To Get a 100 In Google Lighthouse

    Web developers and designers have been striving to improve website SEO, accessibility, and usability. As a result ranking high in Google Lighthouse is hard work when your WordPress page is complex. We wanted to share our experience of achieving a 100% performance score in the Google Lighthouse audit. We are in constant evolution to improve our…

  • What is WordPress Multisite And When To Use It.

    What is WordPress Multisite And When To Use It.

    Multisite is a feature that was first introduced in WordPress 3.0 and has been active ever since. This post will lead you through the key factors that make WordPress Multisite a valuable feature, and why and when you should use it.

  • HTTP 410 Error: SEO Significance & Implementation

    HTTP 410 Error: SEO Significance & Implementation

    Navigating the web world, the HTTP 410 error stands out as both a marker for a missing page and an SEO tool. This guide explores the 410 error, its difference from the 404 error, and its role in SEO. We’ll also cover how to implement it on your website effectively.

  • Error HTTP 401 Authorization Required: Causes and Solutions

    Error HTTP 401 Authorization Required: Causes and Solutions

    The 401 HTTP is a client-side standard response status code. This error response indicates that the client request has not been completed because it lacks valid authentication credentials for the requested resource.