How to limit WordPress post revisions with a simple line of code

You started a new WordPress site and you noticed that everything you save in a post also creates a revision. You make more changes and these WordPress revisions keep piling up. After a year of writing daily in your blog, you notice that your site’s database starts growing, but if you look closely almost 50%, […]

How to make AdSense load faster on your WordPress site

This indeed is a good news for every website owner, not just for WordPress, because now Google is piloting a new ad code type to improve latency of web pages with AdSense ads. This is a huge deal because it means that pages in your site will load faster, which also means a better experience […]

How to fix WordPress 3.5.2 Database Update Required error

I just updated to the latest WordPress 3.5.2 maintenance update, but when I clicked the “Update WordPress Database” I ended up in another page that only displayed the WordPress logo. After trying to complete the database update several times I also stumbled upon an error that looked something like this: Fatal error: Allowed memory size […]

How to add gradient to the first letter of a WordPress blog post

Great content is just part on running a successful website, user experience is another key ingredient to get visitors to come back. So today in this WordPress tutorial I want to show you how make your blog post a little more appealing and professional by capitalizing the first letter of a paragraph and adding gradient […]

Matt Cutts details what’s coming in Google SEO in 2013

I’m a long time follower of Matt Cutts, head of the webspam team at Google, he is the person to listen when it comes to designing a website to rank higher with Google’s search engine. Today in a new YouTube video from the Google Webmaster Help channel, Cutts talks about what is coming in Google […]