A URI identifies a resource either by location, or a name, or both. More often than not, most of us use URIs that defines a location to a resource. The fact that a URI can identify a resources by both name and location has lead to a lot of the confusion in my opinion. A URI has two specializations known as URL and URN. Continue reading “URL vs. URI vs. URN, What’s the difference / examples”
WordPress plugins can be easily disabled from the database. You just have to open your favorite client and connect to your favorite client and go to your site database. I normally use HeidSQL, phpMyAdmin or Adminer but you can use any other. For this specific task you must know your database connection credentials. If you have an FTP connection you can find that in your wp-config.php file on the wordpress installation root
Today´s Internet contains many abbreviations. Sometimes it´s impossible tu understand the content with so much abbreviation. So what is SEO, what is SEM and where did SERP came from, what SMO and SMM stands for, did I mention SEA, and what in the hell mean SERM. Below, I will describe all this terms:
Search engine optimization (SEO)
SEO or Search Engine Optimization (one of the most used) is the technique which helps search engines to find and get better positioning for your website among millions of other sites competing you. SEO, helps search engines to better understand the content of your website and therefore helps you get more traffic. Continue reading “What is SEO, SERP, SEM, SEA, SMO, SMM and SERM”
Back in 2013, the WordPress 3.7 introduces the automatic update feature. There are 4 types of updates and that includes, the WP core, plugins, themes and languages.
Although updates are a good thing to do, from a security point of view, there are some aspects that you will want to take into consideration when doing an update.
So you may want to choose the time of the update, you may want to choose what to update and most of all you would like to take a full backup, just in case things don’t go out well, specially when updating themes.
I have recently been asked by a client about what 5 languages should he use to go international with his website. Well, beside translating in the obvious English language, I did not know which one should he go next.
I still have my doubts, but anyway here are the most important statistics so you can decide youself on this depending on you website particularities and niche.