Since my “What is a Twitter Card?” video was so well received, I thought I would follow up with a comparison of three plugins you can use to add Twitter Cards to your WordPress site. In the video, I explain what a Twitter Card is, and demonstrate how I use Yoast SEO plugin to add… [Continue]
Everyone loves to learn about new plugins. These reviews highlight some of my favorite plugins, both free and premium.
A Twitter Card is a multimedia add-on to tweets. Twitter will add them to tweets that include your website URL if you have a “twitter:card” meta tag in your site header specifying the type of Twitter Card you want. The code for a sample Twitter Card looks something like this: <meta name="twitter:card" content="summary_large_image" /> Twitter… [Continue]
What good is a contact form if the contact email message never reaches you? If you are having this problem, the first thing to look at is whether or not your WordPress site is actually sending email. I recommended the use of SMTP over PHP mail, the default WordPress mailer. Learn more here: Help! WordPress… [Continue]
Grab a license to my favorite sharing plugin, Social Warfare Pro, at a 30% discount for one day only: Tuesday, July 4th. No coupon needed, just use this link. The discount applies to both single-site and multi-site licenses, new licenses and upgrades. 1-site License = save $8.70 5-site License = save $40.50 10-site License =… [Continue]
Are you waiting and waiting for email to arrive from your WordPress site? Have you looked in the spam folder, looked in your inbox, looked under your bed, and your mail is nowhere to be found? Frequently readers think it is a problem with their contact us form, but in reality it is a systemic… [Continue]
In order to control site loading times, disk space used, and as a security measure, WordPress limits the file size of any image uploaded to the Media Library. The default maximum size is 2MB. You can change this limit (in php.ini, .htaccess, or wp-config.php) if you wish, but that’s a lesson for another day. Here… [Continue]