Ueldo WordPress theme contains beautiful built-in templates, which you can use to build your website with a few clicks. One of this demo template is dedicated to Barbers, Hairdressers and many more similar specialists, who want to have a functional and outstanding website.
This one-page template contains all sections and elements needed by modern website. You can find offers and services presentation, pricing table, employees description, contact form with Google map and much more.
While building a new website based on WordPress, or when you decide to add some new life for your existing website, you probably are facing a question – should I use free or premium WordPress theme? Which one will be the best for my website, and are the premium themes really worth the money it costs?
Of course, different arguments for one or another solution can be heard from the small blogs authors and huge websites authors who use tons of extra features. Let’s check a common list of pros and cons about both solutions.
If you test your website with online tools like GTMetrix or Pingdom, you might see a “Leverage Browser Caching” issue in performance reports generated by this tools. There might be multiple different suggestions or issues to fix, but in this article, I’ll show you how to fix leverage browser caching issue in performance reports, and increase your website loading time with just one file update.
As you probably know, every owner of a WordPress-based website should take some efforts about its security. You don’t need to do a lot of work for most of this security tips. It can be done once at a time, so if you’ll spend just a few hours to improve WordPress security, it can give you back with a peace of mind and calm nights.
Below I described 15 tips & solutions for improving your WordPress security. Of course, it would be really great to apply all of this recommendations, but some of them require some coding knowledge and might not be understandable for non-tech users. If you need a help, don’t hesitate to ask your questions in comments.
In some cases, you might need to use FTP connection with your server to upload files like themes or plugins, which size is too large for your in-browser upload limitations. It’s actually pretty simple to use the FTP, but for non-tech users, or those who had never done it before it might seem like some dark magic, really hard to do. In this tutorial, I’ll show you how to upload WordPress theme or plugin with FTP.