White text and missing buttons appearing in the WordPress editor is a strange and annoying issue that can occur on your WordPress dashboard. It’ll make it nearly impossible for you to write posts, especially if you don’t know enough about code to use the text editor or if you’re not able to access the text editor at all. White Text…. Continue Reading
Being locked out of the WordPress admin or wp-admin screen can be a frustrating issue. You lose the ability to edit your site, publish new blog posts or take care of comments and other administrative tasks. There are, however, a number of different solutions to this problem, and we’ll go over each of them throughout this article. Incorrect Password Error…. Continue Reading
In last few years, WordPress has become very popular, and as of today it powers 24% of all websites globally. This means, WordPress can be used for creating just any type of website. The platform has great potential especially for photographers, in part because there are so many fantastic themes available in the market, both free and premium.
WordPress, WordPress, WordPress. Who are you? What are you? And where did you come from? Why do all these people keep calling you Open Source? What’s your deal? I mean, why do so many people love you so much? Why are you so powerful and versatile and beautiful? What can/can’t you handle? What is WordPress (WP)? What can I say?…. Continue Reading
Do you pull as many comments as you’d like to your WordPress site? Have you been wondering why no one leaves comments on your blog, even after spending hours on end creating content? Are you craving for more comments, more interaction and heated debates in your comment section? Are you ready to kill for at least one extra comment? If…. Continue Reading
Do you have any idea how many WordPress plugins you should actually have on your site? This is the age old question that confuses WordPress beginners and usually creates a bit of a debate between WordPress developers, because all WordPress users are interested in plugins for things like comment spam moderation and landing pages. Plugins are one of the main…. Continue Reading
Anyone working with WordPress on a regular basis, will quickly form a clear understanding of “what WordPress is“. While websites designed with the CMS can look many different ways, the system behind it remains relatively unchanged. One such constant is the WordPress admin area — the way we create posts and pages, place widgets and perform other routine tasks. Yet,…. Continue Reading