At the end of the day, the decision of switching to HTTPS is solely yours. If you just have a blog with an email newsletter that people can subscribe to, you might not need to make the switch. However, if you are an online business, switching to HTTPS would be a wise decision. … [Read more...] about Should I move my WordPress website to HTTPS?
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The code above implements a blogger to WordPress 301 redirect which is a signal to Search engines that you have moved and authority should be retained. … [Read more...] about How To Migrate From Blogger to WordPress (Complete Tutorial)
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If you deleted the content with good reason and want it permanently gone, but for some reason don’t want to delete the media attachment page itself, you can change the plugin to implement a 301 permanent redirect there instead. This will send the traffic to your homepage directly. I don’t recommend this, because the user might be looking for the image itself, and won’t find it on your homepage. I’d prefer deleting the attachment page when I find such an instance. … [Read more...] about How Indexing WordPress Attachment Pages Can Hurt Your SEO