SiteGround Offers Free SSL Support with Free Cloudflare Plan

SiteGround launched Its Cloudflare integration service back in 2012. Since the launch thousands of customers have been using Cloudflare CDN (Content Delivery Network) and its security functionalities on SiteGround. SiteGround just added two new improvements in the Cloudflare packages. First, free SSL is now supported in the free Cloudflare service plan. And second, a new security feature called the “Cloudflare Web Application Firewall” has been introduced in the Cloudflare plus plan.

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Store WP Theme Review

Store WP is a free e-commerce theme for WordPress which allows you to personalise your site with various color options and layouts. Store WP is fully compatible with popular e-commerce plugins like WooCommerce, Easy Digital Downloads and can be integrated with other free plugins -JetPack, WordPress SEO by Yoast, Contact Form 7, Beaver Page Builder etc.

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Store WP Theme Review
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How to Integrate SparkPost into WordPress to Send Email via SMTP

Are you having trouble sending email from your WordPress site? Are you using a free SMTP provider like Gmail, Outlook or Yahoo to send your email instead? Emails are still not getting delivered for some mysterious reasons? SparkPost might be the solution to this email issue. In this article I’m going to show you how you can integrate it into WordPress to send email via SMTP.

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How to Align a WordPress Video in the Middle of the Page

Are you using the WordPress video shortcode to embed self-hosted videos into your website? Are you trying to position a video in the middle instead of it being aligned to the left by default? Today I will show you a simple tweak to center your videos with some custom CSS.

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Resource Hints in WordPress 4.6

Resource Hints is a W3C specification that defines the dns-prefetch, preconnect, prefetch, and prerender relationships of the HTML Link Element (<link>). These can be used to assist the browser in the decision process of which origins it should connect to, and which resources it should fetch and preprocess to improve page performance.

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How to add nofollow to a link rel attribute in WordPress

“rel” is a HTML link attribute that defines the relationship between the current document (the page you are linking from) and the linked document (the page you are linking to). While rel has various usages in a link, one of the important values that it can define is “nofollow”. When rel=”nofollow” is present in a link, It tells search engines like Google to not follow that link (unendorsed document/resource). This works great when you have an article with various outgoing links and you don’t want these links to act like paid links. Continue reading “How to add nofollow to a link rel attribute in WordPress”