November 12, 2018

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How to Build a User Registration Form on WordPress

4 MIN READ

To allow users to add comments, create posts, or upload media on your website, you need to register them with their respective WordPress user roles. Expand the features of Form Maker plugin and create user registration forms with WordPress Registration extension. Whether the new user is an Editor, Author, or Administrator, you can let them use one simple form to register. User registration lets you enhance marketing strategies as you can provide bonuses, discounts, and offers only to the registered users. WordPress has built-in functionality to allow users to register. Navigate to Settings > General page of your WordPress dashboard, scroll down to the “Membership” section, and check the box “Anyone can register.” Below you’ll be able to select the default role for new users who sign up on your site. “Subscriber” is the best option for memberships. It is very important not to select “Administrator” role as the default…

10 Quick Tricks to Drive More Clients to Your Photography Business

8 MIN READ

If you think Mario Testino gained his fame the moment he started shooting, you’re wrong. If you think his success is built on just his natural talent and “photographer’s eye,” you’re wrong again. If you lack talent, your amazing Nikon won’t do the trick for you, but having talent alone doesn’t mean you’ll automatically have a busy schedule and millions of clients.So, you’ll ask, what are the factors, besides my diabolical talent, that can bring me popularity? Let’s discuss the top 10 secret mechanisms for attaining more clients. But shhhhh, don’t tell anyone else..․ 1. Have a professional website: I know you’re sick of hearing it but you keep hearing advice about having a website because you kind of really should have a website. It’s means of showcasing your work to the public, demonstrating your ability, proving that you’re the photographer they’ve all been looking for. It’s a place to…

Preventing Most Common WordPress Security Issues – Part 2

5 MIN READ

Want to learn some advanced tips for protecting your WordPress website? Our advanced WordPress security guide is what you’re looking for!

25 Plugins vs One-Stop Shop: What Does Your WordPress Site Need?

6 MIN READ

Soon after setting up your WordPress site, you’ll find out you need plugins for a lot of the things you want to have on your site, be it SEO or backups or a gallery. Initially downloading a bunch of plugins seems like the easiest and most straightforward solution but could it be that going with one-vendor services is the better way? Let’s examine WordPress history and stats to determine if there really is a shift from single plugins to more unified solutions. WP plugins: history & stats There are more than 50,000 plugins just in the WP directory right now and the number keeps growing. As the general quality of websites keeps increasing, so do the demands we place upon the extended functionality plugins can provide. For example, e-commerce and, subsequently, use of the most popular WP e-commerce plugin WooCommerce has grown tremendously in the last years. WP users integrate…

Website Speed: How it Impacts Your Traffic & Conversions

7 MIN READ

Speed /spi:d/ (n.) the rate at which someone or something moves or operates or is able to move or operate. It a drag having to wait for a month to receive a letter from your lover or travelling 3 hours to get somewhere to have your fancy dinner. That’s why speed is considered one of the most important criteria when measuring quality of a service. Your website isn’t an exception. A slow website with blank error pages isn’t what you need, unless you’re, like, trying for zero traffic. Your website speed, often referred to as “website performance” is the average amount of time it takes for the content of your webpages to be displayed on the screen of the browser requesting access. But when can you know for certain that your website speed is good enough? Where is the limit of a user’s patience? To understand the phenomena of the…

Blog or Online Magazine: Which One’s Yours?

6 MIN READ

Set your priorities and decide whether your new WordPress publication is a blog or a magazine. This article will help you find the key differences between blogs and online magazines and give the right name to your website.

Preventing Most Common WordPress Security Issues: Part 1

9 MIN READ

Want to learn how to secure your WordPress website? Read our guide on preventing most common WordPress security issues. Use 10Web security service to ensure your site is safe without additional hacks.

What Can I Get from 10Web?

10 MIN READ

Get to know the 10 components of 10Web and the list of the main benefits you’ll get with the company.

How to Manage Form Submissions on WordPress

5 MIN READ

This is a comprehensive tutorial on managing the form submissions you get on your WordPress site.

10 Biggest Issues Bloggers Face and How to Tackle Them

9 MIN READ

Surfing the blogs of Kate McCulley and Daniel James (from Dan Flying Solo) and reading about how they gave up full-time jobs to start travelling and ended up living a life of luxury, earning a fortune writing about their adventures is guaranteed to be either a highway to hell or a stairway to heaven. Either way, before shouting out to the world that “blogging is the easiest thing on earth” and “anyone can do it” I suggest you think twice. In reality, blogging is a full-time job and requires dedication, patience, creativity, commitment, and more. The sad reality is that there are lots of issues that bloggers face and those cause most of the beginning bloggers to fail. But, it’s true enough that whenever there’s a problem, there is also the solution! So, let’s identify the 10 major hardships for bloggers and talk about the solutions. 1. Not having a…

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