One year World of WordPress

A little over a one year ago, World of WordPress went live. A good moment to look back at what happened and tell a little about the future of World of WordPress. Because World of WordPress is already quite successful and will continue to grow. Some great new features will be offered in the next … Read more

Easy management of multiple WordPress websites with ManageWP

Do you manage multiple WordPress installs? And do you manage all of them one by one from each dashboard? Updating plugins, themes, WordPress core and so on? Even though I manage only five websites, I still found it hard to keep up with all updates, performance- and security checks and other managing stuff. Purely by … Read more

My first year of blogging about WordPress

Exactly one year ago I started blogging about WordPress. I’ve been working with WordPress since 2008, maintaining several sites and starting a few interesting projects. I’d say, enough experience to share with anyone how is interested. This is how my first year went! Why I started blogging about WordPress I started my first WordPress project … Read more

Optimize your website before using a caching plugin

Many posts are written about just one thing: speeding up WordPress. Some of them very useful, many of them very obvious, telling the same story in different words. Probably 95% of the posts I’ve read, contain more or less the same advices, so most of them are definitely useful. Best practices, as they are called. … Read more

18 major checkpoints for a healthy WordPress website

Before you launch your website, you want your new website to look and work perfectly. You really want to give your visitors the best experience and want them to return too. Never a second chance for a first impression… To make sure you covered all the bases, I have created a shortlist of important things … Read more

Allow PHP in WordPress default text widget

The default text widget in WordPress only supports HTML. You can extend the functionality of the text widget by making it possible to execute PHP. Put this code in the functions.php of the theme you are using:

Always backup your functions.php before changing it!