Today’s topic is how to fix mixed content errors on your site. Mixed content is an HTTPS error that occurs when an HTTPS page attempts to serve an HTTP resource, such as an image, video, stylesheet, iframe, or script. I have marked my favorite tools with a . Earlier this week, I posted Part 1:… [Continue]
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Today’s topic is how to find mixed content errors on your WordPress site. Mixed content is an HTTPS error that occurs when an HTTPS page attempts to serve an HTTP resource, such as an image, video, stylesheet, iframe, or script. I have marked my favorite tools with a . Later this week, I will post… [Continue]
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]
Compress, optimize, squish, smash, squeeze, smush: whatever you call it, serving optimized images will speed up your WordPress site. Why? Because an optimized image is one whose file size is small, and smaller files means faster websites. And nowadays compressed images can look just as good as your bloated originals. Today’s video demonstrates how to… [Continue]
Don’t you sometimes wish you had a time machine that would allow you to roll back your mistakes? Well, when it comes to the editing of posts and pages, WordPress comes with a built-in time machine that gives you the power to restore a previous version of any post or page. (Text on screen): WordHer,… [Continue]
In this video, I demonstrate how to use BackupBuddy to move your WordPress site to a new domain. These instructions will be the same if you are changing hosts or using the same host. Before starting this demo you will need to do these four things: 1) Install BackupBuddy plugin on your existing site. 2)… [Continue]