If you’re always up-to-date, then your 2019 resolution must have been WordPress 5. If you recently switched over, you will likely have gotten your hands dirty with Gutenberg - WordPress’ new post and page editor. There’s already a lot that you can do with Gutenberg, but most importantly, there’s even more that you could be doing with the editor.
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Many times you want to make changes to the meta content of different posts as they are, the meta title and the meta description but there is no quick and easy way to do it, because with WP Meta Seo this is possible thanks to the meta bulk edition Wordpress, the which offers quick actions for all the posts you select. The meta tags provide important information about the page to the search engines and it is also displayed in the search.
This WordPress speed test plugin offer you a lot of tools like a cache and Gzip compression system that allows you to reduce the memory that those items occupy, a database cleanup system to erase all these unnecessary items, a tool that helps you to load the images in your page just if it is necessary and a lot of tools more.
You’ve spent hours working on perfecting that one article. The fruit of your labor is an ever-growing readership, but writing is half the solution - presentation is equally important. WP Latest Posts promotes WordPress content, both old and new, in a beautiful layout to draw engagement. It’s not just the frontend that is the focus of WP Latest Posts. Like other JoomUnited plugins, the WordPress addon has received a new update that revamps the backend.
Cleanliness has been at the very top of our priority list in WP Latest Posts’ update. However, you will also find that the new layout retains all previous functionality while condensing it into a more streamlined process. In fact, WP Latest Posts even introduces new functionality in the form of setting searching.
It has been months in the making. Issues opened, and issues resolved. Hundreds of collaborators, working on a single project to bring out the best of it. Most importantly, a production-ready system came out of it. WordPress 5.0 is finally released.
During the past few months, we have been patiently observing WordPress developing to become the fully-fledged Content Management System that it is today. Patience was rewarded on December 6, when the fifth major version was released into the wild.
Optimizing your blog’s search engine ranking has one clear meaning - improving your website’s performance to drive traffic from Google, Bing and other search engines. Yet at the same time, it means many things all at once.
SEO means analyzing search engine performance. It means finding and fixing broken links, having a functioning sitemap and filled-in meta data. SEO plugins cannot do this all on their own, but a good companion should make it easy to identify problems. And that is where WP Meta SEO comes in.
The WordPress plugin recently celebrated a new major release. In version 4.0, the focus turned exclusively towards an improved user experience that prioritizes SEO management.
It is tough to imagine how just a year ago, Gutenberg was frowned upon - a needless plugin, riddled with bugs. Two weeks from now, WordPress sees its much expected major release, while Gutenberg’s incremental changes have done away with the initial worries.
The past month has seen two releases of Gutenberg, WordPress 5.0’s upcoming editor. The plugin itself has seen a major release with version 4.0, although the changes are converging to a single point. The novelties have mostly targeted the rough edges to make the upcoming editor ready for release.