Recommended Web Hosting for WordPress

One of the basic decisions which constitute the basis for any website or blog is a web hosting server. The server is the foundation, like home for us, and has great importance for running our website, among other things with emphasizing page loading, bandwidth and storage space. In this post I will explain and compare between different web … Continue reading Recommended Web Hosting for WordPress

5 Recommended Plugins for WordPress

The great thing about WordPress platform is the plugins, extensions that can be added and add additional functionality that doesn’t exist by default in the system. The WordPress plugin repository currently contains more than 43,000 plugins. In this post I will recommend the 5 plugins that I include in almost every installation of WordPress Yoast SEO Yoast … Continue reading 5 Recommended Plugins for WordPress

The difference between WordPress.com to WordPress.org

In this post I will explain the difference between opening a blog or website in WοrdPress.com to an self-hosted WordPress.org installation on a standalone server. I will explain the differences and the difference in terms of costs, benefits and disadvantages of each platform and how to choose what fits the requirements. Let’s start by comparison. WordPress.com is … Continue reading The difference between WordPress.com to WordPress.org

WordPress now supports Google’s AMP to quicker loading of pages on mobile

Google has launched this week AMP (Accelerated Mobile Pages) technology for quick loading of pages on mobile. AMP is an open source project Google is a competitor to which version of Facebook Instant Articles. Behind the scenes, AMP simplifies the presentation of the page and actually draws only the necessary elements for content. In addition, Google retains the … Continue reading WordPress now supports Google’s AMP to quicker loading of pages on mobile