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How to Add Breadcrumbs in Your WordPress Website

You might have heard about breadcrumbs. They are the elements present on a website that aims to simplify navigation. If we look at the formal definition, we will find that it is a type of secondary navigation scheme that reveals the user’s location in a website or Web application. It assists visitors and enables them to come back to the home page from any internal page. It also defines the […]

Spam Emails being sent from your WordPress site? Here’s how you can fix it.

Whatever your business, there is nothing customers hate more than spam. If you run a subscriber-driven business, your customers have trusted you with their personal information so they can avail of special offers, discounts, or product updates. But what if,  instead, they start receiving spam from your official email address?  This can destroy all your hard-earned reputation and wipe off months and years of work  in a matter of a […]

What is Elementor? And why should you use it to make your next WordPress site?

Since you have landed on this page, we believe you want to sink your teeth into the world of the web world with Elementor. And when it comes to Elementor, its functions, mechanism, and performance, we are here for you. SO, stay touched towards this whole article to know the gist of Elementor Page-Builder. What is Elementor? Launched back in 2016, with about four million active installations and loved with […]

10+ WordPress Performance Optimization You Can Do Without Plugin

Website speed is one of the major criteria Google uses to rank your site. If you have a slow site it not only hurts your search engine ranking but is also bad for your users. A performance optimized site not only helps you get higher ranking but also helps you generate more revenue from your site. The question is how can you increase your site’s load time. There are many […]

How to Fetch and Show Posts from a RSS Feed in WordPress

RSS (Rich Site Summary) is a format for delivering regularly changing web content. Many news-related sites, weblogs and other online publishers syndicate their content as an RSS Feed to whoever wants it. If you would like to use RSS feed of some other site to show their latest posts into your site/blog then WordPress has a handy function which you can use to pull the posts from another site. Following code helps you […]