Posts Tagged “WordPress”

Building Blocks: WordPress Or Website Builder?

Posted on October 16th, 2018 by Kelly Kirkham

So you’ve decided to build a website. Chances are you’ve pictured it in your mind a hundred times. You probably have a very specific plan of attack once it’s built and ready to go. However, achieving the finished product might have you stumped. Transferring an idea from inside your mind onto the actual internet can…

Why The Gutenberg WYSIWYG Editor Will Revolutionize WordPress

Posted on September 28th, 2018 by Neil Cumins

Since it was launched as a blogging tool in 2003, WordPress has remained fairly true to its original architecture. The addition of plugins in 2004 gradually bolstered the platform’s versatility, enabling users to construct increasingly complex or multi-faceted websites. And yet, users from the early 2000s would find today’s user interface and adjustable templates reassuringly…

A Brief History Of WordPress

Posted on September 25th, 2018 by Neil Cumins

One of the internet’s greatest attributes is the way it levels out the playing fields. Social media grants an equal voice to everyone, regardless of their background or circumstances. Blogs enable anyone to self-publish their life stories or celebrate something they’re passionate about, without needing a publisher or sponsor, and online technology is constantly evolving…

Ten Easy Ways To Bolster WordPress Security

Posted on September 4th, 2018 by Neil Cumins

As the world’s most popular website-building platform and content management system, WordPress needs little introduction. Sadly, that’s also true for the internet’s less wholesome occupants. Sheer popularity has established WordPress as a key target for cybercriminals, its open-source nature making it ripe for exploitation. Fortunately, there are plenty of ways to improve WordPress security. They’re…

5 Amazing WordPress Websites And The Elements That Make Them Great

Posted on August 31st, 2018 by Kelly Kirkham

In 2005, WordPress was created for anyone who had something to say and needed a website to do so. It requires almost no setup or technical know-how. The design is simple and the user interface is intuitive enough for beginners. Since its launch, WordPress quickly became a world favorite, and currently supports 75 million websites….

WordPress Plugins That Will Improve Your Website

Posted on May 18th, 2018 by Neil Cumins

As well as powering a quarter of the world’s websites, WordPress is blessed with an abundance of plugins. The WordPress.org portal currently hosts over 55,000 separate programs, each designed to perform a specific role. Many of these plugins are focused on improving website SEO – helping sites and their constituent pages rank more strongly in…

How To Build A Creative Blog With WordPress

Posted on February 6th, 2018 by Kelly Kirkham

Innovation drives the digital world. For those of us who relish creativity and originality, the internet is our place to shine. So how do you connect your creativity to the digital world? Here at Midphase we would suggest building a blog that captures your personality, ambition and excitement. Blogging is the perfect platform to show…

The Yoast With The Most

Posted on February 2nd, 2018 by Neil Cumins

The Netherlands has given the world many technological innovations, such as CDs, wifi, and the Python programming language. However, Yoast might be the greatest invention of them all. Launched in 2010, this search engine optimization (SEO) tool is regarded by many as the finest content management system ever created. Table of contents At its simplest,…

How Plugins Work

Posted on November 21st, 2017 by Neil Cumins

Since its launch in 2003, WordPress has evolved from a modest blogging platform into the world’s leading content management system. Today, this famous CMS powers a quarter of all live websites, with endlessly customizable templates and skins. However, the core program code doesn’t always meet the needs of more specialized clients. This is where plugins…

Web Hosting Versus WordPress Hosting

Posted on October 10th, 2017 by Neil Cumins

Popularity doesn’t always guarantee quality, but it’s a good place to start. Anyone looking to design and launch a website needs to acknowledge the success of the WordPress content management system. This market-leading web development tool underpins 28% of the world’s websites – and the same proportion of the top ranked one million most-visited sites….

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