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Guide: Using the WordPress SEO by Yoast Plugin – Part 2

This is a continuation of the first part of the guide where we discussed the global settings of the Yoast SEO plugin, those settings that broadly affect your site as we saw. In this part, we will talk about the [...]

Guide: Using the WordPress SEO by Yoast Plugin – Part 1

The plugin WordPress SEO by Yoast is the most popular one for promoting and optimizing WordPress sites in search engines. With over five million active installations and an average rating of 4.9 in the WordPress plugin repository, it is reasonable [...]

Explanation of querySelector and querySelectorAll in JavaScript

This guide will help you understand the use of the querySelector() and querySelectorAll() methods. We will learn how to easily find elements in the DOM using querySelector and querySelectorAll. The term DOM refers to the document object model, which represents [...]

How to Link Google Search Console to Analytics 4

If you want to see how your website perform on Google, you may want to use Google Search Console to do so. Google Search Console, or GSC, allows you to track the presence and performance of your website in Google [...]

Google Analytics 4 – WordPress Installation Guide

On July 1, 2023, Google’s Universal Analytics (UA) ceased processing data. You can continue to view data collected before this date for a certain period, but any new data received from this date onward will be visible exclusively in Google [...]

How to Remove the Default loaded CSS in WooCommerce?

If you are building your own template and intend to use WooCommerce, or if you want to customize any template that uses WooCommerce for RTL and adapt it to Hebrew, you probably want to remove the default loaded style files [...]

A Few Words about HTTP Status Codes

HTTP Status Code is the server response to the browser’s request. When you visit any website, your browser sends a request to the server, and it responds to the request by returning a three-digit code: HTTP Status Code. If we [...]

Displaying Recent Comments in WordPress Without a Plugin

WordPress comes with a robust comments mechanism that allows visitors to communicate with you and other readers on the site. These comments play a crucial role in building a community around your blog. They enable readers to participate in discussions, [...]

An In-Depth Look at Events in Google Analytics

By default, Google Analytics measures traffic on your site and tracks metrics such as pageviews, bounce rate, and more. However, if you want to track more specific interactions, such as file downloads, link clicks, form submissions, and video views, you [...]

Stop Video Outside the Viewport on WordPress Sites

In one of the projects I worked on, a considerable number of videos (video) were required on specific pages. Some of those videos needed to span the entire width of the screen, while others, smaller ones, were placed in a [...]