Installing statistic plugins or an invisible counter on your WordPress websites will give you a better understanding of your internet traffic. These plugins collect data on individuals computer, location, ip, browser versions, operation systems, length of stay, returning visitors, what page they land on, what keywords they use, and more.
Having these data can help you keep track of your visitors. …continue reading
If you’re uploading a image or other media files through WordPress Admin and you get an error like this…
Unable to create directory wp-content/uploads/2009/12. Is its parent directory writable by the server?
You don’t need to change …continue reading
As your WordPress website traffic increases you will eventually need to host your website on a faster server. This happened to me but instead of upgrading to a dedicated server or paying more for more resources to keep my website online to handle the traffic.
I went to try out a few caching plugins to speed up the page load time. This helped me save a lot of money in the long run because it’s all free. …continue reading
There is this great little plugin that can filter your search. What this plugin does, it filters the search by certain posts in different categories.
Check out this website to see what I mean
This was something I been looking for a long time and finally I find it …continue reading
Check out my first WordPress real estate theme. Just finish putting this together this afternoon.
This one comes with many built in function, like the advance multiple filter down search, the mortgage/load calculator, featured listings to list any home on the homepage, testimonials page, picture gallery, Google map and much more. …continue reading