One of the most common ways of WordPress website abuse is the Contact form spam. If you are using the Contact form 7 or any similar form plugin you will face the spam problem sooner or later. In this quick guide, we will teach you how to stop contact form spam for good.
Sending emails from your WordPress website can sometimes be a very pesky issue as some hosting providers are blocking php mail. This results in problems with delivering messages from your contact forms, orders, and notifications. Luckily, there is a solution.
If you want your website to rank higher in Google and other SERPs, you will need to make sure that your website runs as fast as possible. The website speed and performance is one of the key factors when it comes to the website ranking in search engines.
Dues to the various reasons, you might need to clean up your Media Library in WordPress website and remove all unused images. Those are usually images that were uploaded in some posts as post content images or ex-featured images from deleted posts. How to delete unused images automatically? You can automatically remove all unused images […]
WordPress introduced the automatic updates feature in a 3.7 version. The WordPress doesn’t offer an option to disable or turn off the automatic update, but don’t worry there are a couple of ways to do it.
The last couple of years have brought an excessive amount of rapid communication tools like instant messaging and chats. Almost every business website is offering some kind of Live Chat. The WordPress is no exception and you can add Live Chat feature easily.
If you decide to change your WordPress blog URL or just simply move the entire WordPress website to a new domain name, you might stumble upon the problem where old URL’s are still present in the post or page content.
If your posts are not displaying the proper Featured image when shared over social media like Facebook or Twitter, here is how to fix it.
Sometimes you might need to export the products from your WooCommerce store and import them on another WordPress website.
The WooCommerce doesn’t offer this option by default, but luckily there is a quick solution.
How to remove the WordPress “native” responsive image markup code from your website to prevent WordPress from serving images based on devices screen size.