What are these blocks all about? Blocks are the core concept of the new WordPress editor. Everything we needed an editor, shortcodes, meta boxes, custom post types or widgets for, you can build with the universal concept of blocks. As we’ve said before, you can think of blocks as LEGO bricks — pick the pieces you need from the pile and build until your work is done. Blocks are consistent, findable, dynamic, easy to understand and a breeze to work with. Rearranging the blocks is simple — use the move arrows on the left side of the block, or drag and drop them. Blocks are also individual pieces of content that contain all the metadata in a simple package. If you want, you can save blocks as a reusable block to use elsewhere, thus saving you loads of time. … [Read more...] about Pressing questions about Gutenberg: the new editor in WordPress 5.0 • Yoast
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In other blog posts, Wix has said a few other wrong things about SEO in an attempt to make their platform look better. They have claimed that the SEO Meta Description is not visible (when in fact it’s the most important part of a Google search result snippet), that social media metrics boost SEO when Google largely ignores them, and that exact match domains are universally good. Wix also recommends website content in the 25-400 word range. I can personally attest that I saw positive results changing from 1,000 to 2,000 words on average; something under 500 is virtually unpublishable in most cases. … [Read more...] about Are Wix.com Websites Good or Bad for SEO?
Plugins aren’t inherantly bad or slow – they’re just containers for code and functionality. It’s only when they’re coded badly, or when there’s overlap between them (e.g., two plugins doing similar things, inefficiently) that it’s a problem. … [Read more...] about How to Take Your Website Beyond Fast
Whether someone is using WordPress or Blogger, they usually do it manually, or most of the times, some sharing plugins. Now, if you want a blogging platform that comes with such inbuilt sharing options, then Tumblr is CMS you are looking for, like Blogger, Tumblr is also free, and includes some unique features, which you don’t get to see in other CMS. … [Read more...] about 9 Best Content Management System (CMS) for Blogging
The third and the most important reason for choosing WordPress is that they offer a wide range of themes and plugins, which clearly means that you just have to install the theme and the plugin as per your requirement without any coding and you are good to go. If you want you can easily purchase their party themes and plugins and upload them in order to use. You get complete and easy documentation along with video tutorials for these premium themes that will help you in setting up your free blogging platforms. … [Read more...] about 10 Best Blogging Platform Sites for Beginners