Category Archives: WordPress

How to Add Code to Your WordPress Header

If you build a website on WordPress then you’ve probably been asked to add code snippets to your site’s header. There are lots of web services that request this, including: Google Analytics Google Adsense Google Search Console Facebook pixels Online advertising tools In this post, we’ll show you how to add code to your site’s … Continue reading How to Add Code to Your WordPress Header

Introducing the Best Features of WordPress 5.0 (Gutenberg)

When you read about WordPress 5 and Gutenberg you will most likely come across some criticism. In a way, the openness of WordPress backfires here. Everybody can complain up front so the buzz is overwhelmingly depressing. In contrast, top-down platforms like Facebook introduce interface changes with no prior public involvement. The outcry follows after it’s … Continue reading Introducing the Best Features of WordPress 5.0 (Gutenberg)

Getting Your Feet Wet with the WordPress Dashboard

You need to build a website, and you’ve heard WordPress is the way to go. You get WordPress installed on either your Namecheap Stellar shared hosting account, or your EasyWP managed WordPress hosting account. What’s next? In this article, we’ll dig around under the hood and explain the basics behind what WordPress is and how … Continue reading Getting Your Feet Wet with the WordPress Dashboard

A Managed WordPress Plan to Suit All Needs

Great news! We now offer a selection of different managed WordPress plans on EasyWP, our Managed WordPress Hosting service. We have added 2 additional plans to suit the needs of larger or busier WordPress websites and these are available to buy now. We designed EasyWP to deliver outstanding value to our customers. EasyWP is a … Continue reading A Managed WordPress Plan to Suit All Needs

What’s the Big Deal about Gutenberg?

Gutenberg: the biggest name in WordPress right now. No, not Johannes Gutenberg, the inventor of movable type that led to a printing revolution in 15th century Europe. When we say Gutenberg, we mean the upcoming WordPress version 5.0 release. In anticipation of this change, we dug into what Gutenberg will mean to WordPress users and … Continue reading What’s the Big Deal about Gutenberg?

Rev up Your Blog Comments with Jetpack

One of the first plugins that WordPress users tend to install is Jetpack, which is made by Automattic, the company that also brings you WordPress.com. Jetpack is sort of a ‘plugin of plugins’ with features covering promoting, designing, managing and securing your blog. Included in Jetpack is Jetpack Comments, which lets site visitors leave a … Continue reading Rev up Your Blog Comments with Jetpack

Why Your Next Site Might Use Managed WordPress Hosting

You need a website for your new business, and you don’t know where to start. So you ask your friends and colleagues for advice. Some people might suggest a website builder that offers simple click and drag design. Others, however, will pull you aside and tell you the best option is WordPress—though you’ve heard that … Continue reading Why Your Next Site Might Use Managed WordPress Hosting