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How to check spelling and grammar on your WordPress website

How to check spelling and grammar on your WordPress website

When you manage a website in WordPress, you have several free and paid options to check your spelling. Default spell checker for TinyMCE is abandoned and does not work with Gutenberg, you can use the browser’s built-in spellcheck, but this blog is going to focus on...

Divi recommended configuration for server and hosting environment

Divi recommended configuration for server and hosting environment

Every WordPress installation, theme, plugin has its own requirements on server resources. Divi is both theme and plugin in a sense, a collection of an enormous amount of PHP code that works with many files at once and consumes memory accordingly to its size. Minimum...

Divi updates changelog

Divi updates changelog

Updated Divi and want to see what’s new? New changes (version details). Fixes of bugs, errors, issues, and improvements. ET team is working hard, no doubt.

Microsoft Edge is going Chromium

Microsoft Edge is going Chromium

Microsoft recently announced that the new Edge browser would use the Chromium rendering engine. What it means for developers, end users and how will this affect the browser industry and the internet itself?What exactly is happening? Microsoft is starting to recognize...

Accepting Bitcoin on your website – is it worth it?

Accepting Bitcoin on your website – is it worth it?

This article is about the process of accepting Bitcoin and should help you decide, whether it is worth the trouble, considering accounting and technical issues. Is accepting Bitcoin better than accepting credit cards or direct account payments? Who is Bitcoin really...

How to get rid of Gutenberg in WordPress 5?

How to get rid of Gutenberg in WordPress 5?

New WordPress 5 comes with a brand new editor called Gutenberg. Great news for some, but lately we are getting more and more calls and support tickets with "I want my WordPress back!". As we all love innovation and new functions in Wordpress, I perfectly understand...

Google’s first plugin for WordPress Google Site Kit is in beta

Google’s first plugin for WordPress Google Site Kit is in beta

Yes, you have heard it right! Google has it's own Wordpress plugin. Google Site Kit is a new plugin from Google that promises the best of Google tools for Wordpress. Site Kit is intended to help website owners understand how their website is doing all in one place....

Website as a Christmas present

Website as a Christmas present

Looking for an original idea for a gift for this Christmas? Have you ever wondered how to really surprise someone with entrepreneurial skills and mindset? Sometimes it is hard to guess what gift would practical people appreciate. If you want to be both original and...

Why your website needs to be HTTPS from September 2018

Why your website needs to be HTTPS from September 2018

What is happening? Website owners, bloggers, beware of big changes coming up. If your website is not yet secured with HTTPS, in the near future, your visitors that use Google Chrome or Chromium browsers will be warned of using Not secure website. This is big, your...

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