WordPress Plug-ins

Adding favicons in WordPress
Favicons in WordPress: how to add and change
  • Blogs

Browser tabs contain two elements - the title of your website and a small image known as a favicon. A good favicon makes it easier for users to navigate their browsers and strengthens your brand identity. So how do you add a favicon to your WordPress site? There are three ways of doing it - using the WordPress Customizer, by using a plug-in, or doing it manually. Keep reading for step-by-step...

Favicons in WordPress: how to add and change
How to create a sitemap.xml file
Sitemap.xml: functions and how to create it
  • Website creation

The more extensive a web project becomes, the more important it is to have an appropriate and organized structure. This way, you not only make it easier for visitors, but also for search engines to find various topics and pages. For the best possible indexing, the use of XML sitemaps is also recommended: the practical lists, which can be integrated at any time, provide crawlers with a complete,...

Sitemap.xml: functions and how to create it
Blog analysis: the most important figures
Blog analysis: the most important figures for your blog
  • Blogs

Anyone can blog! Free blogging software and simple tools enable you to get cracking with your blog in no time. But if you want to be successful in the long term and build a loyal readership with your content, there’s a lot more to be done. Regular blog analyses with appropriate analysis tools help bloggers (i.e. companies) to optimize their content, understand their readers better and thus benefit...

Blog analysis: the most important figures for your blog
Thesis: A WordPress framework for responsive projects
Thesis: The WordPress framework focused on SEO
  • Blogs

The WordPress framework Thesis is appreciated in many different ways: some value the divergence of the theme kit whereas others evaluate it as an unnecessary complication when working on new layout templates for the popular content management system. Basically, the Thesis framework presents itself as an excellent parent theme solution, which can be enjoyed – despite its rather cumbersome start –...

Thesis: The WordPress framework focused on SEO
Web analysis with Matomo
Piwik in the WordPress dashboard: Web analysis directly in the CMS
  • Blogs

As an operator of an internet site, you will, of course, be interested in tailoring your website to the needs of your users in as much detail as possible. To be able to do this, it’s helpful to find out as much as you can about the behavior of your visitors. Web analytics programs make this possible. Many people have only heard of Google Analytics and don’t know about the advantages that other web...

Piwik in the WordPress dashboard: Web analysis directly in the CMS
Integrating MailChimp into Wordpress: easily explained
Using MailChimp in WordPress: how it works
  • E-mail marketing

MailChimp and WordPress can be combined effectively. With the help of a plugin, you can integrate the registration form for newsletter campaigns directly on your WordPress website – no programming needed. We explain, step-by-step, how to connect MailChimp and WordPress and how to create a registration form.

Using MailChimp in WordPress: how it works