Greeting your readers can be a nice touch to add to your website and today we learn how to do it with WordPress.
If you want to comply as much as possible with privacy regulations, such as the GDPR for example, it doesn’t hurt to make sure that you keep track of whether the customers of your online store, created with WooCommerce, have accepted the terms and conditions of your e-commerce, in case there are later complaints.
If you use any SEO plugin for WordPress or at least one of the best ones, you will have seen that there is a tool that almost all of them incorporate, the target keyphrase(or keyword), which I find daily that it’s not well understood what it is for, or not used correctly.
Product reviews in an online store are a powerful tool that can greatly improve visits and sales in your e-commerce, so it is important to know how to use and manage them well, and that is what we are going to learn today.
One of Divi’s lesser known yet most powerful tools is the ability to conditionally display or not display content, depending on the type of user, their behavior, where they come from, etc.
Since the introduction of the Gutenberg editor and the use of content blocks to layout pages and posts more and more people are used to design using blocks of all kinds.
In a blog it’s really important that the visual style of the page is maintained and that it looks clean and easy to navigate. And what has a tendency to destroy that? The different dimensions in the excerpts.
Well, even if you’ve never thought about it, trustworthy time stamps on your content have great value, and will have even more in the near future.