The WordPress upgrade system is vastly improved. However, there are still some steps you can take to ensure that your upgrades go smoothly.
In this post, contributed by our friends at InfoSec Institute, we provide you with even more in-depth knowledge about how to add extra layers of security to your WordPress site.
In the welcome email that every Synthesis customer receives, there is a link to download our recommended settings for W3 Total Cache. To import these settings into W3 Total Cache in your site’s dashboard, follow these steps:
This post provides a few easy troubleshooting steps that you can take immediately when you see that your site is displaying the WordPress White Screen of Death. More often than not, these steps will help you isolate the issue causing your site to white screen.
If your website is currently live on the web, and you are in the process of switching hosting providers, you will need to re-point your DNS A (or “@”) record to the new host. This post provides the steps for doing so.
A common concern when switching hosts is what to do about email. Any steps that may need to be taken will be dictated by where your email is hosted. This post provides instructions for the three most common scenarios.
The goal of this post is to show you, in a few simple steps, how to point your WordPress website’s DNS A record. This is a basic step you will need to complete when launching a website or switching hosts.
In this week’s link roundup, learn how to build a content marketing team, how to make your website more responsive, and how to increase sales by over 30% with just one tweak! (And more…)
This week’s link roundup reminds you of the importance of research and typography, what the pros and cons of theme frameworks are, and how to boost to your site’s traffic…by a lot.
Today, we’re going to focus especially on SEO. So make sure that you check out what’s new in the latest release of Scribe. And then check out the links below.