Why you should use a CDN? Before continuing to read this article, you may want to read my post on why everyone needs a content delivery network (CDN) for their site. Introduction to KeyCDN Though KeyCDN is a relatively new CDN service provider, their services are sometimes better that the top guns in this industry. … Continue reading KeyCDN Review – The Best CDN for Bloggers
If your WordPress powered site is hosted with SiteGround, here is a good news for you - You can now easily upgrade the version of PHP your site is using to the latest version of PHP (7.0 or higher) without breaking your site. Why upgrade to PHP version 7.0 Quite sometime back, WordPress changed its … Continue reading How to Upgrade WordPress to PHP 7 or Later on SiteGround
If you are looking forward to set up your website to offer online courses, you have come to the right place. All you need is a LMS (Learning Management System) plugin for your site so that you can manage courses, tests & quizzes, payments and subscriptions, badges & certificates, course ratings, etc without any hassle. … Continue reading The Best WordPress LMS Plugins (Pros & Cons)
Previously, I had published a post outlining why WooCommerce is the best eCommerce framework available for WordPress and also gave you a hint on its biggest competitor, Shopify, at the bottom of the post. Now, it is time to compare the two most popular frameworks used for building eCommerce sites and what it has to offer to … Continue reading WooCommerce vs Shopify: Which is the Best?
The two most important things you need to secure your WordPress powered site are - a good backup solution and a firewall. Although I previously shared an article on improving WordPress' security, I am now here presenting to you the best firewall you can provide for your site which is well worth its cost. Whether … Continue reading Sucuri Review – Protect your WordPress Site from Hackers