A 404 error is generated by your server when a requested URL is not found. This post will help you decide if action needs to be taken and what action you should take.
When You Should (and Shouldn’t) Use a WordPress Plugin
The key to effective use of plugins is to deploy them only from properly vetted sources, and only when necessary.
Plugins should solve a specific problem or provide an essential function. They should not indulge our vanity or our desire for a “shiny new object”.
In this post, let’s get specific and discuss a decision-making framework for a specific type of plugin that can be applied across many different plugins.
3 Quick Tips For Linking, Embedding, and Centering YouTube Videos in WordPress
Jerod provides a few quick, easy tutorials on how to link to and embed YouTube videos at specific time stamps in your WordPress posts.
Why WordPress Website Owners Shouldn’t Mourn the Demise of Hosting Control Panels
For years site owners have been trained that the main interface for their site is their hosting control panel. A lot has changed, however, since John Nick Koston invented the cPanel. For the serious site owner who uses WordPress, a hosting control panel is the last thing you want on your production site.