While there are a ton of blogs out there focusing on the everyman WordPresser, WPShout is one of the best WordPress blogs aimed at developers. As you can see in the screenshot, they have quick guides for different topics, free courses you can run through, and they are always posting up new articles with goodies that will keep you clicking. Some of the best posts on WPShout are small commentary blogs that provoke thought and enable discussion, then link out to the article that brought up the idea in the first place. This is a great place to discover so much new stuff that you just have to check it out.
Essentialist is a minimalistic WordPress theme oriented to blog and narrative. Travelers, lifestyle bloggers, magazines and journals will just love it! It has a smooth, clear, edgy look to make your posts stand out. Essentialist also has a high-resolution format, Retina-ready screen display, ideal for photographs and galleries. Hands, it is very adaptable to all types of devices. You can also have a grid layout design.

If any issues arise, do not hesitate to contact the support staff. Also, if you wish to research this theme and its features, you can always access the extensive documentation source. It is informative, and very well-written. Every option and setting will be accessible, as there is no need to modify the code. With The Reader, even a child can create a successful site.


Run by Brian Jackson (a serious WordPress and SEO guru), Woorkup is definitely a solid WordPress resource. If you’re ever unsure about a plugin, or you’re looking for some inspiration give Brian’s blog a read. He also share freelancer tips for running a business based on his own personal experiences and has a toolbox of recommended products to help you get started.

Zarja has been developed has a uniquely feminine blog theme, with full-featured capabilities for handling all sorts of post types, an intuitive toggle-based content block page building system that will take minutes to master and can create whole websites in the blink of an eye. Extensive shortcodes and widgets are readily available for you to activate them as block-based elements, including social media features like a custom, configurable Instagram block, Try Zarja today, and tell the world everything that is on your mind, in the most stylish presentation!


Foodica is simple and intuitive. You’ll hit the ground running with Foodica’s several included layouts specialized for foodie blogs. From beautiful content display to specialized, custom shortcodes built uniquely for Foodica, such as Ingredient and Direction shortcodes to effortlessly create recipes to fill your website and your audience’s bellies. Six different color schemes let you dress your site in style, while powerful widgets like the Instagram photograph carousel and the Twitter feed widgets will keep your site social media active and relevant, while SEO lets you quickly climb the page ranks and rake in more traffic. Foodica: Let the world know what’s cooking.
Please test your plugins and themes against WordPress 5.0 and update the Tested up to version in the readme to 5.0. If you find compatibility problems, please be sure to post to the support forums so we can figure those out before the final release. An in-depth field guide to developer-focused changes is coming soon on the core development blog. In the meantime, you can review the developer notes for 5.0.
You can also choose text ad styles, define custom channels and what to display when no ad is available. When you are happy with settings click on Save and get code. Once the ad unit is created it will show in the list of ad units where you’ll be able to edit it or get the code for it. Ad unit changes may take up to two hours to appear in performance reports.
What bloggers will adore about Matilda is the simplicity and plainness it has when it comes to web design. On top of that, the theme is also 100% responsive to appear first-class on all devices, from smartphones and up to desktops. You can hide and show the majority of elements, pick whatever colors you fancy and make header social media icons active. Besides, Matilda is also entirely translatable for you to localize your personal blog. Enjoy theme’s widget-rich sidebar and footer Instagram feed and kick off your blogging journey in style.
To get code for Auto ads log in to your AdSense account and navigate to My Ads > Auto ads. Auto Ads can be enabled globally for all sites in your account or only for some of them using the group option. Once you choose Auto ads you choose which ad formats you’d like to show across your entire site. These will be your “global preferences” for Auto ads. You can select from a range of ad formats.
Despite its simple and minimalistic design, it offers heaps of serviceable shortcodes to make your blog functional and responsive. It also provides stunning typography to add accent to the overall design of your blog. And if you intend to make money from your content, Ink’s Restrict Content plug-in makes it possible for you to bill your customers for full access to your content.
In order to display Auto ads on AMP pages you need to turn on text & display ad formats for AMP Auto ads. To do this log in to your AdSense account and navigate to My Ads > Auto ads > Auto Ads for AMP and turn on text & display ad formats. Ads usually appear 20 minutes after you’ve turned on Auto ads for AMP and added the script and code described below.

AdSense is a CPC program from Google that allows webmasters to showcase ads on their blogs and websites. The best part about AdSense is the fact that it is one of the easiest and one of the best monetization options for website owners today, which can help them earn thousands, if done right. Publishers simply need to embed a small JavaScript code into their website(s). And that’s it!
Run by Brian Jackson (a serious WordPress and SEO guru), Woorkup is definitely a solid WordPress resource. If you’re ever unsure about a plugin, or you’re looking for some inspiration give Brian’s blog a read. He also share freelancer tips for running a business based on his own personal experiences and has a toolbox of recommended products to help you get started.
In January 2007, many high-profile search engine optimization (SEO) blogs, as well as many low-profile commercial blogs featuring AdSense, were targeted and attacked with a WordPress exploit.[90] A separate vulnerability on one of the project site's web servers allowed an attacker to introduce exploitable code in the form of a back door to some downloads of WordPress 2.1.1. The 2.1.2 release addressed this issue; an advisory released at the time advised all users to upgrade immediately.[91]
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