WordPress uses .htaccess file to handle all requests through the index.php file. This is a great feature because it enables us to use permalinks and all kinds of redirections. But it has one major pitfall. When a missing static file (404 error) is handled by WordPress (like a missing favicon.ico) this will cause your server to […]
Since WordPress 4.1, WordPress allows automatic creation of document title tags. This is a very useful option for most SEO practices because the title tag structure can change depending on the context of the page. 1. Add Theme Support for Automatic Title Tags To enable automatic title tags, first, you need to add theme support […]
.htaccess is a magic file that tells apache to how to serve files in a directory. It is the most common also the best way to speed up your website. One of the most important factor in page loading speed, is that
In the new versions of wordpress this would be enabled by default, plus most themes enable it. But if your theme doesn’t have post thumbnail feature for pages, you can easily enable this feature by adding the following code to your functions.php file..
WordPress permalink structure allow us to create Search Engine Friendly page URLs in an easy way. But this structure should fit your SEO needs, otherwise it may lead to worse Search Engine Ranks. Here i will show you 5 different permalink structures for different needs.