How to Add Navigation Menu in WordPress (Beginner’s Guide)

Do you want to add a navigation menu to your WordPress site?

WordPress comes with a drag and drop menu interface that you can use to create header menus, menus with dropdown options, and more.

In this step by step guide, we will show you how to easily add a navigation menu in WordPress.

What is a Navigation Menu?

A navigation menu is a list of a links pointing to important areas of a website. They are usually presented as a horizontal bar of links at the top of every page on a website.

Navigation menus give your site structure and help visitors find what they’re looking for. Here’s how the…


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How to Create a Welcome Mat for Your WordPress Site (+ Examples)

Do you want to add a full-screen welcome mat to your website?

A welcome mat is a full screen dynamic overlay that can help you get more newsletter subscribers, eBook downloads, sales to your products, etc.

In this article, we’ll share how to create a welcome mat for your WordPress site along with some great welcome mat examples to learn from.

Why a Welcome Mat Can Boost Your Conversions

More than 70% of visitors leaving your website will never return, unless you convert them into an email subscriber or a customer.

A welcome mat is a large, fullscreen interstitial that blocks the view of the…


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Pinterest to WordPress Plugin Review – Does It Fully Integrate Your Account? – Own Snap

Many customers come from Pinterest as it serves as the fastest referral link provider unlike Instagram does not allow creating links on the post because they don’t want people to go away quickly from the app. But many retailers prefer Pinterest for it can bring customers faster directly from the posts. However, free WordPress plugins that integrate your Pinterest account to your site provide limited service since they want any customer to purchase their premium service. Why not buy premium service now to prevent seeing the limited capability of the Pinterest integrating plugins?

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Elementor Named 2020 King of WordPress Plugins

TEL AVIV, Israel , April 14, 2020 /CNW/ — Elementor has won the championship round of WPEngine’s 5th Annual Plugin Madness and has been crowned the ‘King of WordPress Plugins‘. Plugin Madness is a bracket-style competition that starts off with 64 nominated plugins (out of 55,000 WordPress plugins) split into 4 groups: eCommerce, Maintenance, Optimization, and Marketing.

 

Elementor Named 2020 King of WordPress Plugins

 

Plugins are divided into brackets and supporters of each plugin vote for their favorite. The competition started at the beginning of March and ended today with Elementor…


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The Best Twitter Plugins Your WordPress Site Needs

Twitter is one of the most dominant social networks in the world today, with more than 300 million active monthly users.

If you’re looking to grow traffic to your WordPress site, it only makes sense to tap into such a huge user base.

After all, wouldn’t it be great if you could push traffic to your website by sharing the content you’ve been working so hard on?

Or maybe grow your Twitter following with fans of your website, adding legitimacy to your brand that can only help your digital marketing goals?

That’s where Twitter plugins for WordPress come in.

There’s no shortage of plugins…


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5 Most Common WordPress Attacks & How To Prevent Them

Are you worried that hackers will attack your WordPress website? We wish we could’ve told you not to worry but the truth is WordPress websites are constantly targeted by hackers. This is mainly on account of its popularity as WordPress powers a third of all the websites on the internet.

While WordPress itself is a secure website building platform, it does not function alone. You need plugins and themes to run a WordPress site. Plugins and themes often develop vulnerabilities which hackers exploit to hack a website.

Once they have access to your website, they run all sorts of malicious…


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What’s in Store for WordPress for the Rest of 2020? – WordPress Tavern

Josepha Haden, executive director of WordPress, provided a progress update on the 2020 goals in early March. As always, the timeline to hit certain goals can change based on roadblocks the development team hits and other factors. On the whole, the tentative roadmap looks feasible.

Currently, WordPress 5.5 is set to ship on August 11, 2020. Version 5.6 is scheduled to follow on December 8, 2020. Some major changes are forthcoming. Let us take a moment to look ahead and see where the WordPress ship is sailing.

Automatic Updates for Everything

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Introduction to WordPress Error 500 and Its Possible Solutions

This introduction is all about HTTP error 500 WordPress. In this information, the user can understand the reasons for the internal server errors and different solutions for them

A conference was organized where WordPress experts were present to discuss WordPress error 500 and its solutions. The maddening thing about internal server error is that it doesn’t affirm any reasons. But as we know that there is nothing in this world that cannot be solved. Take a glance at the solutions.

     

  1. 1. Eliminate all plugins 

 

Third-party plugins are the most usual cause for 500…


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New Skimming Malware Exploits WooCommerce Plugin

Card skimming attacks are often targeted on e-commerce websites for credentials. But, they all have few things in common that detect the breach easily. This could be planting the code at the same spots, or similar code seen in other attacks like Magecart or taking the user to a different payment site. But there’s a group of skimmers who are actively attacking the WooCommerce WordPress plug-in, by manipulating JavaScript code deeply and unseen by regular scans.

A New Method To Steal

Ben Martin, a website security researcher from Sucuri discovered this new skimming malware attack on a…


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Tutorial: Optimize WordPress on Kubernetes with Portworx

This tutorial is a part of the series on running stateful workloads on Kubernetes with Portworx. The previous parts covered the architecture and installation of Portworx. This guide will explain how to leverage the features of Portworx such as storage pools, class of service, replicated volumes, shared volumes to achieve optimal performance and high availability of WordPress content management system (CMS).

WordPress is a stateful application that relies on two persistence backends: A file system and MySQL database. The storage service for these two backends should be reliable,…


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