By default, Wordpress compresses the versions of images it creates at a JPG quality setting of 82 percent. Here’s how you can change it.
Wordpress Tips & Tricks
Various tips and tricks related to using and customizing Wordpress sites.
If you’re trying to post example shortcodes in your post but finding that the shortcode is getting processed, here’s how to escape it and present the shortcode as plain text.
This simple little hack is a way to change the “Filed under” and “Tagged with” labels from post metadata if you’re using the Genesis Framework in Wordpress.
If your animated GIFs aren’t animated when you embed them in a Wordpress post, there’s a simple fix.
I recently moved some of my sites from regular HTTP to HTTPS with SSL. Here’s are some things I learned along the way.
Stacking Font Awesome icons does work in Wordpress, but it needs a simple tweak to work around one of Wordpress’s editing quirks.
WebP is an emerging image format that is designed to create images that are visually indistinguishable from JPGs (or PNGs) but with much smaller file sizes. That in turn makes for a faster website.
If you’re moving your Wordpress site or changing its structure, here are some handy tools that help with some aspects of the migration.
Thumbnails come in handy in all sorts of places in Wordpress. Here’s a guide to the various ways to crop an image within Wordpress.
If you change your Wordpress theme or even just tweak the layout of your existing theme, you might need to change the size of your thumbnails. Here’s how to do it.
Most of the time, you’ll never see your image ALT tags. But they matter.
You want your site to look good. You want it to have some personality. And you want it to be easy to read. Web fonts can help with all three.
There might be times you want to insert the content of one post in another post. Here’s a Wordpress plugin that does just that.