One of WordPress’ best features is that it’s constantly improving and evolving. Frequent major and minor updates ensure the platform is secure, and provide new and improved functionality. The latest version – WordPress 4.8 – is no exception, so it’s important to update your site as soon as you can. What’s more, it’s just as vital to understand what’s changed and how you can take advantage of the new features.
In this article, we’ll introduce you to WordPress 4.8, also referred to as ‘Evans’ in honor of jazz pianist and composer William John ‘Bill’ Evans. We’ll run through this update’s major changes and additions, and show you how to use them. Let’s take a look!
Do you want to setup a WordPress multisite network? WordPress comes with a built-in capability to create multiple websites using the same WordPress install. In this article, we will show you how to install and setup a WordPress multisite network.
Since this is a comprehensive article, we have added the table of contents for easier navigation:
Today, we are excited to share another free layout with the awesome Divi community. This new layout is entirely dedicated to the popular baseball sport. You can use it in all kinds of situations that revolve around baseball.
Primarily and in most cases, you can use this freebie to make a website for a baseball team or sports club. The layout reflects a certain sense of unity and community which is treasured in a sports team.
Besides that, it also shows that the baseball team, or sports club in general, is dedicated to the sport they’re practicing and the professionalism that comes along with it.
If you’ve ever done any research on search engine optimization, you’ve probably come across mentions of the H1 tag. But what is the H1 tag, where does it show up, and how should you actually use it to make your site better?
In this post, I’ll get into some best practices for using your H1 tags to improve your site’s search engine optimization and user experience.
What Is the H1 Tag And Where Does It Show Up on WordPress?
I won’t belabor this point because I’m guessing most of our readers are already at least a little bit familiar with H1 tags. But just in case you’re not, here’s a speed refresher: