Since WordPress 4.7, it has become easier to add custom CSS to your WordPress site. The best part is: this doesn’t require extra plugins at all. This feature is already part of the core. You can insert your CSS in a three step process. In this post we’ll show you how.
In some cases, you may need to replace output content from your WordPress site. It can be just text, or HTML. For example, you may want to remove links, or fix regular typos in posts. Real-Time Find and Replace is the right plugin to quickly find-and-replace content from your WordPress site on the fly.
One of the most important factors in your site’s speed is image size. Slow images can slow your site down, and they really won’t make your site look any better. In this video, you’ll learn how to optimize the file size of your images using WordPress only (avoiding external software such as Photoshop).
If you’re a musician or story-teller, you probably want to add audio files to your site. In this video, you’ll see how to create a WordPress post with an audio gallery inside. You’ll create a playlist with MP3 files