Using your images on your WordPress blog can be a great tool to help convey a message and enhance overall reader experience of your site. But images can actually hurt your site if they’re not optimized for the web, degrading the quality of your site leading to penalties from search engines.
HTML, or Hypertext Markup Language, is sort of the grandfather code of the Internet. I’ve outlined a few HTML snippets that I think every WordPress bloggers should know by heart.
If you are new to WordPress, then you’re probably not even thinking about ways to secure your self-hosted WordPress site to prevent an attack. As you grow as a WordPress web admin, then understanding the need for focusing on site security and protecting your project from hackers and other malicious beasts will become a priority.
When setting out to learn WordPress, or any new skill, it’s always good to craft a plan and set deadlines. Learn where you stand by taking our simple self assessment.
A self-hosted WordPress site is comparable to a hard drive on a computer, you insert files and documents and it goes to work managing them and keeping everything in order. Every once in a while, user error, malware and other acts of God can cause things go astray making a world of hurt for the common blogger.