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Configuring Sendgrid SMTP on Your WordPress Website

5 MIN READ

What is Sendrid? How can it be used as a third party email provider? How do you configure it with the aim of sending emails from your WordPress website?

How to Install SSL and Enable HTTPS

4 MIN READ

What’s the difference between HTTP and HTTPS 🤔? How is https supported? How do you enable https 🔒 with your 10Web dashboard?

A Brief SEO Guide for WordPress Bloggers

11 MIN READ

Looking 🔎 to increase the number of your WordPress blog readers 📰 and reach out to everyone who’s interested? Here is a guide 👍 to help you learn the basics.

10 Features Your New WordPress Blog Needs

7 MIN READ

When planning the structure of your new WordPress blog, make sure to add these 10 features: Engaging homepage, Post categories, SEO-friendly pages and posts, Author pages, Subscription, Reading time estimation, Ads, Comments, Contact form, 10Web

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

6 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 traveling 3 hours to get somewhere to have your fancy dinner. That’s why speed is considered one of the most important criteria when measuring the quality of 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…

Preventing Most Common WordPress Security Issues: Part 1

9 MIN READ

Want to learn 📖 how to secure your WordPress website 🤔? Use 10Web security service, as a part of 10Web all-in-one platform, to ensure your website is safe 🛡️.

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 Implement Conditional Logic on WordPress Forms

3 MIN READ

Would you like to show/hide form fields depending on user answers? Conditional logic of the WordPress Form Maker plugin allows you to create smart, user-friendly forms with complex logic. You can show the user only what they need to see and keep the forms short and straightforward. In other words, depending on the options they choose, the users see only those fields that are related to their chosen values. Employing conditional logic renders significantly more simple and comprehensible forms. Keep in mind, however, that conditional logic works only on the premium version of this plugin. If it’s something you will use on your site often, you can read up on the pricing scheme, conditions, and additional functionality on our site. Creating forms using conditional logic Let’s get started by creating the form with the WordPress Form Maker. From the submenu of the plugin go to the > Forms page, >…

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