How to Fix the Memory Exhausted Error in WordPress

When you boil it down, WordPress is a piece of software, which means it requires a server and memory in order to run (among other things). However, in some cases your server won't provide the platform with enough resources for it to run properly. This can result in...

How to Add Schema Markup to Your WordPress Website

You can write the most amazing content for your website, but if it doesn't perform well in search engines, people are unlikely to find it. However, even if your content is properly indexed, search engines might not show all the information you want them to. That's...

Joomla! vs WordPress: Which Platform Is Right for You?

The decision to build a website is easy. The tricky part is choosing which platform will help you best achieve your unique vision. A quick Google search will make it clear that WordPress and Joomla! are among the most popular Content Management System (CMS) options...

An Introduction to the WordPress Loop (And How It Works)

One of WordPress' trademark features is the way it displays all your latest posts when you visit your website's homepage. This is a simple functionality that works splendidly for blogs, and the code that makes it possible is called the 'WordPress loop'. The problem...

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