Category: WordPress

7 WordPress SEO Tips that Really Work

If you have just started your WordPress website, search engine optimization (SEO) may not be the first thing you’ve been worried about. However, that must be done, because without SEO a website is not sufficiently available. In this article I give you 7 WordPress SEO tips, which I know from experience that they really work. […]

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WordPress – Is It’s Still The Best CMS Solution Or Not?

On WPcat.net you read constantly about WordPress. We are very excited every time… but why? WordPress as CMS, WordPress why exactly? There are plenty of other CMS systems which do about the same as WordPress. In this article we will elaborate on the benefits of WordPress and we convince you about the fact that you […]

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The 10 Most Common WordPress Mistakes

WordPress is loved by its simplicity. You can quickly set up a WordPress website or blog and virtually everyone can work with it. That in combination with the extensibility of WordPress makes it a winning combination. Nevertheless, everything can go wrong! In our top ten we tell you what to look out for and how […]

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3 JavaScript tips for WordPress developers

JavaScript is a programming language used by web developers to build web applications and add interactive features. All major internet browsers support JavaScript, which allows dynamic content to be displayed beautifully on webpages. JavaScript also plays a prominent role in WordPress development. A WordPress developer with an adequate knowledge of JavaScript can build robust, scalable […]

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What’s New in WordPress 4.9?

As usual, with every WordPress release I put the new functions for you in a row. What’s new in WordPress 4.9? And we are looking forward to WordPress 5.0 in this article! WordPress 4.9: more changes to the customizer The WordPress customizer has been redone in version 4.9 and again quite extensive. Actually, that is […]

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Detect or Block Visitors With Adblock (in WordPress)

As a website owner it may be that you are dependent on advertising revenue. The rise of browser plugins like AdBlock than threaten your sales (even if you it yourself probably use ;-). I am not a fan of advertising, but many websites and blogs offer a lot of free information and try to earn […]

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