So your website/blog is up and running and now you want a professional-looking email address ending with your own domain name (eg. firstname.lastname@example.org). Your desire is obvious but when you look for Business Email Providers, you’ll find they charge on per month per user basis for Business email service.
A navigation menu is an essential part of any blog/website. It facilitates the users to jump into any part of the website/blog by just clicking on a menu link.
When you install a theme to your WordPress site, you are given sample menu links to certain locations. You can either simply edit these links or can create new menus to display on those locations.
You work hard writing unique posts on your WordPress blog, but in this huge world, there are people who do not want to do so. You may feel very disappointed the other day when you see somebody else has simply copy-pasted your content on his/her website and published it, without your consent.
Adsense is one of the best and main mediums for new bloggers to start making money out of their blog. And of course, it the best among its alternatives. But, if you’ve set up your WordPress blog and your Adsense account is approved, now you’re required to put ad codes into your blog pages to start showing ads.
Either you’ve been blogging for a long time or just a beginner, you would definitely have noticed a green padlock in the address bar for sites that contain HTTPS in their URL.