The web is a vast place with some fantastically good resources available. Unfortunately, it’s very easy to miss some of the best out there. Bearing in mind the busy lives of many WordPress developers coupled with the ever-expanding multitude of WordPress tools around, it seems unreasonable to expect everyone to be able to keep up with everything that becomes available. This Weekend WordPress Project aims to fix that.
Responsive grids on a WordPress site are a great way to display content as well as manage page layouts. While there are many excellent themes that feature grid based layouts, if your theme doesn’t have these capabilities you can still make use of this popular and functional design feature. Althoug…
What if you want to display multiple blogs or posts on multiple pages of your site, but only have a single install of WordPress? Sorry, it's just not possible to do such a thing – or is it? While it's technically not possible to have multiple blogs on a single install, there's a simple work around.
The WordPress login page provides a generic looking one-size-fits-all solution for logging into WordPress. The only problem is customizing it can get a little awkward. In this comprehensive tutorial we show you how to modify the login screen to look exactly how you want.
Mastering the art and science of image optimization is key to running a lean and efficient WordPress site. Our detailed guide covers everything you need to know to ensure your images are performing their best.
In past posts on social media and content strategy I’ve always included a section called something along the lines of “measure, iterate, & repeat”. This essential step in content strategy is where you take time to reflect on your content’s performance, make data driven changes to...
Adding icons to your navigation gives your visitors some visual clues about the content and also adds a nice design touch to your site. In today's post we show you how to do this without using plugins or having to create and upload any images.
If you’re new to WordPress, this post will be right up your alley. Whether you’ve installed the world’s leading CMS through your hosting company’s auto-installer or are using the famous WordPress 5 Minute Install, you’re probably excited to get started. If you’ve picked out a...
A few years ago, I played a big part in building a client website that’s still successful enough today but has become frustratingly slow. The database is full of clutter and there are some pages that take as long as 26 seconds to load due to the number of images and other requests it makes to the server. We decided it was high time to do something about this and recently rebuilt the site, applying tried and tested speed techniques, which lowered the loading time to around 2 seconds on m
WordPress is an amazingly powerful CMS on its own, but if you could make it even faster and better right in your Chrome browser, wouldn't you go for it? We've compiled a list of the best Chrome extensions to pair with WordPress in this Weekend WordPress Project.
WordPress is currently the internet most used Website Content Management System. There is a large collection of wordpress plugins which serve multiple purposes. But wordpress plugins also negatively impact your speed.
WordPress is the most popular Content Management System (CMS), representing a whooping 69% of the market. Whether you want a basic blog, e-commerce website, or site for your Business, WordPress has you covered. So why is WordPress so popular? Well there are many reasons why people turn to WordPress for their website/blogging needs, here are …
The WordPress Media Library is essentially a repository for all of the media on your site, but there's not a lot of documentation about how to actually make the most of what it has to offer. So, in this Weekend WordPress Project we delve into the ins and outs of the media library.
Sharing your scoops to your social media accounts is a must to distribute your curated content. Not only will it drive traffic and leads through your content, but it will help show your expertise with your followers.
How to integrate my topics' content to my website?
Integrating your curated content to your website or blog will allow you to increase your website visitors’ engagement, boost SEO and acquire new visitors. By redirecting your social media traffic to your website, Scoop.it will also help you generate more qualified traffic and leads from your curation work.
Distributing your curated content through a newsletter is a great way to nurture and engage your email subscribers will developing your traffic and visibility.
Creating engaging newsletters with your curated content is really easy.