Category Archives: Wordpress Tips

Mike portraitWorking with Menus in WordPress

Menus are critical part of your website. Tasked with listing and displaying the main links to your website’s content, they are vital for getting visitors to your key pages. An often overlooked WordPress feature is its Menu editor that keeps…


Mike portraitEnhance Your WordPress Blog Content with Images

At PaperStreet, there are many reasons we build most of our websites in WordPress. But if there’s one reason to rule them all, it is to enable you, the website owner, to add your own content. New posts and pages keep things…


Chris portraitHow to Brand Your WordPress Login Page

Branding your WordPress login page is relatively easy and allows you to provide a more customized experience for the users of your website.


Chris portraitWordPress Security Tips to Help Prevent your Website from Being Hacked

Every day hackers are trying to get into your WordPress site. At times theses hacks are out in the open, at other times you won’t know you have been hacked until it’s too late.


Andrew portraitQuick and Simple WordPress Shortcode – Straight from the Developers Desk

Interested in creating custom shortcodes in WordPress? It is really easy.  Below is an example of a shortcode that we recently used: You can add this directly to the functions.php file.  Something to keep in mind is that you do…


Andrew portraitHow to Make Your Website Load Faster – Part 1

Speed Counts Your websites speed affects your page ranking in Google as well as your sites conversion rate. The goal of any website is to make users aware of a product or service it offers or, more commonly, provide some…


Andrew portraitThe Best Pop Up Plugin for WordPress

Whether you need to increase website conversion or make an important announcement to your user, a popup plugin is the best option available to get users feedback on initial site load. A popup plugin is a WordPress extension that will…


David portraitError After Changing URLs in WordPress General Settings

Recently, a client decided to purchase an alternative domain name for their existing website. They decided to log into their WordPress dashboard and start poking around. They changed the WordPress Address and Site Address under General Settings to the new…


Our Standard and Commonly Used WordPress Plugins

One of the positive aspects of WordPress is the thousands of user-created plugins that are readily available to help users accomplish almost any function imaginable. Rather than waiting on a new feature to be added to WordPress, users can quickly…


Andrew portraitHow to Link Pages to Posts in WordPress

When you are creating a website, you may want to have a feature to link your posts to certain pages on the site. For example, in an employee listing, you may want to link employees to their articles or their bio pages.


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