When you publish a new post to your WordPress website, does it show the wrong name as the author? Do you get something that looks more like a username than your actual name? This is something you can certainly change and it’s a pretty easy change to make.
Why Should You Use Your Full Name on Your WordPress Website?
Sometimes, you will read a blog and realize somebody is using a username on their blog posts. Not only is this dangerous as it puts your username out there or hackers and others looking to cause your site harm, but it’s also very tacky. It doesn’t show a real person as the author and it doesn’t help you build credibility or authority as an author.
Choosing a real name instead of a username will look far more professional and will actually help the search engines. It’s easier for Google and other search engines to identify the content and give credit to the right author. It will also help to establish your personal brand and people will become more familiar with you.
When the post goes live to Facebook, Twitter, Google+ and other social sites, it will make it easier for readers to find and follow you. This can help build a more personal relationship and make your brand stronger.
Even though you can use the built-in support of WordPress for specific audio files, there are better way to customize your options, add playlist and do many other cool things. Choosing the right audio player for your WordPress website can help set you apart. Here are some of the top choices if you need a WordPress audio player.
Audio Album (https://wordpress.org/plugins/audio-album/)
With the Audio Album plugin you can create a playlist and do quite a bit more. You can add single tracks to your website with shortcodes as this plugin will extend the functionality of WordPress. You will also be able to customize the media player.
This is a guest post written and contributed by CloudFlare. CloudFlare makes it easy for any site to be as fast and secure as the Internet giants.
CloudFlare, a web performance and security company, is excited to announce our partnership with FastWebHost.com! If you haven’t heard about CloudFlare before, our value proposition is simple: we’ll make any website twice as fast and protect it from a broad range of web threats.
Today, hundreds of thousands of websites—ranging from individual blogs to e-commerce sites to the websites of Fortune 500 companies to national governments—use CloudFlare to make their sites faster and more secure. We power more than 65 billion monthly page views—more than Amazon, Wikipedia, Twitter, Zynga, AOL, Apple, Bing, eBay, PayPal and Instagram combined—and over 25% of the Internet’s population regularly passes through our network.
Faster web performance
CloudFlare is designed to take a great hosting platform like FastWebHost and make it even better.
We run 42 data centers strategically located around the world. When you sign up for CloudFlare, we begin routing your traffic to the nearest data center.
As your traffic passes through the data centers, we intelligently determine what parts of your website are static versus dynamic. The static portions are cached on our servers for a short period of time, typically less than 2 hours before we check to see if they’ve been updated. By automatically moving the static parts of your site closer to your visitors, the overall performance of your site improves significantly.
If you’re working on raising funds or have another reason why you would like to add a progress bar to a page or post in WordPress site, you need the right steps. This is a pretty easy process and you can customize the bar to fit your specific needs. Here are the steps to add a progress bar to any WordPress page, post or widget.
The Progress Bar Plugin
This is a very simple plugin and it does one things for your WordPress website: creating a simple to use progress bar with your CSS. The progress bar will work with a very simple shortcode, which you can customize the color of and the gradients.
The first step in getting a progress bar on your WordPress website is to download, install and activate the Progress Bar Plugin. Once you have activated it, you won’t have to do anything else with the plugin. The rest is done with the shortcode it works with.
Just about everybody has seen an Internal Server Error on their own website or on another. This is one of the most common errors found with WordPress hosting, especially with beginners. If you’re new to WordPress, this error might send you into a panic.
There’s no need to panic, however. This error, along with many other common WordPress errors can easily be fixed. There’s what you will need to do if you want to fix the internal server error in WordPress.
Why Does this Error Happen?
There isn’t just one specific cause of the internal server error in WordPress. Instead, there are several causes. It’s often caused by something else running on the server. Since it’s not very specific, it can be hard to diagnose the cause and fix it. You have to play a bit of a guessing game.
Sometimes, this error is caused by a PHP memory limit. Other times it’s caused by a corrupt theme or plugin. Here are some of the ways you can troubleshoot the issue.