WordPress is one of the easiest CMS to get started, with a lot of available plugins, themes and tutorials. But it’s also easy to get lost, write some bad code, and doing things that will certainly cost you a good time to fix in the future.
WordPress has a simple guide on code formatting and our intention is not to just replicate that, therefore we’ll take it to the next level and learn a little bit of everything when it comes to code organizing, performance and optimization.
One important thing also is to always use “future proof” solutions. WordPress code, themes and plugins are being updated all the time so you should make your code as easy as possible to debug and modify.
So, here we are with a few tips that will make your “future you” much happier. Some may seem too simple, such as code indentation and spaces, but in fact all of them are simple to implement and you’ll notice how better your code will be after this makeover.
Registration for LearnWebDevelopment.com’s WordPress Bootcamp is ending soon.
The doors close at midnight on July 11, 2013 so they can give each student live instruction and dedicated 1-on-1 support.
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Just a quick reminder: Registration on LearnWebDevelopment.com’s WordPress Bootcamp is ending this week – May 23, 2013 at midnight.
If you want to learn WordPress – and create your first website in just a few days – this is the bootcamp for you! You’ll learn how to build a fully-functioning website using WordPress faster than ever before. Grab your seat today.
Setting up a blog and writing content is easy. It is how you get more traffic to visit your blog that is hard. It takes patience and a lot of determination to get a high rank for your website. You can’t automatically expect that simply because you set your WordPress blog live then everyone else would know about it. It’s like giving birth to a baby, you would have to painstakingly take care of it, teach it how to crawl then walk. Eventually that baby will grow up and will be walking around and talking to you. Same applies to blogs. You can’t expect it to give you results straight away and you need to be patient to feed it with what it needs in order for it to enjoy having more traffic.
WordPress is a great venue to create your own blog as it offers features that will help you in building your audience. There are different ways to get traffic for your WordPress blog. What you want is quality traffic from your target audience. Here are the 25 practical ways to get more traffic to your WordPress blog.
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