For those who only need one or two Jetpack features or simply don’t want to install the all-inclusive plugin stack, you’ve come to the right place. In this article, we'll cover Jetpack's pros and cons and 10 standalone plugins that can replace Jetpack-style functionality.
Getting your favicon right helps establish a strong visual identity and make your page stand out online. In this Weekend WordPress Project, we cover everything you need to know about favicons and how to use them.
Want to set up WordPress locally on your computer? This step-by-step guide walks you through how to develop your WordPress sites using MAMP.
So your client thinks WordPress is just for blogging? Hah! We've hand-picked some of the most stunning and feature-rich WordPress websites from around the world that prove the platform is only limited by your imagination.
In this post, the second of a five-part series about getting started running an online business, our CEO James Farmer takes a practical look at marketing for WordPress, the strategies he used to build WPMU DEV and why you should never, ever pass up a good opportunity.
It seems like everything has a hashtag and is shareable these days, right? Whether you like it or not, you can't avoid social media. If you're resisting the need to get social, it's time to get your act together. Here's what the experts are doing right now (and why you should be doing it, too).
If you’re running a Multisite or BuddyPress install, spammers and splogs are an inevitable headache. In this article, the second in a series of posts about our free plugins available over at WordPress.org, we show you how to win the war against spam with our free Anti-Splog plugin.
So you want to start a travel blog? Here’s how to create a custom site for all your journal entries and travel snaps with WordPress.
Looking for a solid, free backup plugin for WordPress? Here are the top 11. After all, no one plans to be hacked or for their server to crash.
Did you know the WordPress Media Library can do a lot more than just store your media files? From image compression, image cropping and upload limits, here are all the little-known features added in recent versions of WordPress that most users don't know about.