When users visit a website, loading speed may be one of the most important things that they care about. It directly affects the users experience and their decision to stay or leave the website. Therefore, webmasters always try to speed up their sites. There are many methods to do it, and using cache plugins is one of them.
There are a lot of plugins to cache your website so choosing a suitable one isn’t easy. In this article, let’s learn about cache and top 5+ best cache plugins to speed up your website speed. To test and compare the effectiveness of them, I installed each cache plugin for my website and used a prestigious tool to see how faster and lighter my website was.
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Have you ever searched for a product and found a five-star-rating below the product on the Search Engine Results Pages (SERPs)? Such star-ratings not only impress users but also create authenticity for the products. If you want to display your site’s ratings on the SERPs too, keep reading this article to learn about the fastest and most accurate way to show this by using Schema plugins.
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Normally, almost all websites use the searching function supplied by WordPress. It works well with basic needs. But if you want to use advanced features to improve the user experience, the default search box is not enough.
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If you want to use Meta Box to create custom fields or a settings page without installing it, there is another way that is bundling it into another plugin.
You may wonder why we need to do it. It’s because when you create a website for clients, it may be a good idea to hide information such as the used plugins. This time, bundling Meta Box into another plugin will be an effective way.
Let’s see how to do it.
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After the 3rd part of the series about how to build a hotel booking website using Meta Box, we had a basic system to create and book reservations for a small and medium hotel. However, I think that you still need a tool to collect all the booking details for easy management and scheduling.
That’s why in this 4th part, I will show you how to display all booking orders on one page so that you can view the booking schedule intuitively as well as easily check each information.
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Configuring homepage using MB Views is quite similar to creating landing pages using Meta Box plugin or other usages in some tutorials we’ve written. Specifically, we just need these steps
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In WordPress, each user account on the website has his/her own avatar, but to set this avatar, users must use a tool called Gravatar. This work sometimes costs time and effort. However, you can completely change it by creating a field that allows users to upload photos right on the website, then set that image as an avatar. Thus, user’s manipulation becomes somewhat simpler. In this case, the avatar that the user has set himself/herself (not by Gravatar) is temporarily called a custom avatar.
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Normally, when you want to add a map to show your location, for example, way to your company, there are 2 popular methods: embedding Google Maps code directly to your website or use a plugin as guided in this article. However, if you have a listing page site, the kind of page that listing all the restaurants in a city, and you need to display maps for individual restaurants, both methods above are impossible.
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