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Will M.

Will Morris is a staff writer at WordCandy. When he's not writing about WordPress, he likes to gig his stand-up comedy routine on the local circuit.

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How to Reduce Initial Server Response Time in WordPress (8 Methods)

If your website has slow loading times, you’ll likely first consider choosing a faster theme, optimizing images, or minimizing the plugin count. By...

Your Complete Guide to WordPress Database Optimization

Your WordPress database stores all of your site’s information. If it’s become bloated with extra data, that can slow down your pages. Yet,...

A Complete Guide to Website Localization

Nowadays, learning how to create a website is a relatively simple process. However, if you want to grow your business and tap into new markets,...

How to Prevent WordPress SQL Injection (9 Methods)

One of the most critical factors in developing a website is its security. If your site experiences a WordPress SQL injection, hackers could access and...

How to Build a Website With Gatsby and WordPress (In 8 Steps)

By transitioning to a headless WordPress setup, you can have more control over your online content. However, building a front end for your website is...

14 Best WordPress Themes for Startups (Rated for 2022)

Any startup that wants to attract attention from potential customers needs a professional website. Learning how to choose and install a WordPress...

10 Common WordPress Security Issues and How to Solve Them

WordPress is a powerful and popular Content Management System (CMS). However, it isn’t without its faults. Being so widely used, it’s also a...

Basics of Using WordPress WP_Query + Examples With Code

By default, WordPress automatically sorts your posts from newest to oldest. Although visitors can search for specific posts using categories and tags,...

How to Create a Custom Menu Using WordPress wp_nav_menu Function

Menus are some of the most common elements on websites. With WordPress, you can easily customize menus and choose from multiple display options if...

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