Tips and Tricks for website owners

Saturday, 22 October 2016 17:02

WordPress Installation 1Step-by-step Manual WordPress Installation Guide

In this tutorial we will provide you with detailed instructions on how to install WordPress on your web hosting account. Follow these guidelines if you want to perform a new, manual installation of the latest WordPress version.

Follow these steps to install WordPress manually:

Step 1: Download the WordPress installation package

Step 2: Upload the WordPress files to your server

Step 3: Create a MySQL Database for WordPress to use

Step 4: Go through the installation process

STEP 1 -1Download the WordPress installation package

To start the installation process, first you need to download WordPress from it's official download page. We recommend that you always download and install the latest stable version of WordPress.

Saturday, 22 October 2016 16:52

1.  Joomla 3.0 Installation Configuration

After going to your website installation link, you will be presented with a 3 step Joomla 3.0 installation process.  The first step is the Joomla 3.0configuration where you will enter the Main Configuration.  Please enter in information relevant for your website.

  • Select Language = English
  • Site Name = Cmsmind Elaine
  • Description = Cmsmind.com Elaine’s testing Joomla 3.0website
  • Admin Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
  • Admin Username:  This is the username used for your Joomla 3.0 backend
  • Admin Password: This is the password used for your Joomla 3.0 backend

SEO

Tuesday, 18 June 2019 08:39

Why H1 tag? SEO trends may come and go, but for many years, it’s been said that something as simple as an H1 tag can improve a website’s SEO. Is this a myth, or is there some truth to the claim that H1 tags help SEO?

On this article, we’ll discuss how you can use H1 and header tags on your site to improve your search engine rankings, as well as better satisfy users to your website. We’ll also talk about how you can check your site for existing H1 tags, how other header tags may help with SEO and offer a few other tips for SEO that may help those of you new to the practice of search engine optimization.

We’ll start by introducing header tags, and explain how H1 tags work from a search engine standpoint.

What Are Header or Heading Tags?

Before webpages existed, printed materials like books, newspapers, and magazines utilized header text to either break up or introduce longer blocks of writing. This text was typically larger, in a different font, or otherwise emphasized to differentiate itself from the rest of the copy. For example, a headline in a newspaper would be considered a piece of the header text.

After webpages were introduced in the 1990s, header tags—also called heading tags—were introduced to serve a similar purpose. These tags, represented by a capital H followed by a number, can be changed to appear differently on each website. However, header tags typically make text bigger, bolder, and easier to read, and are used on text that comes before longer blocks of copy.

There are several header tags used on this page. For example, “Can an H1 Tag Improve My SEO?” at the top of this page is an H1. The text you’re about to read is an H2. We also use H3 and H4 tags on other pages of our site.

Wednesday, 18 April 2018 15:59

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Importance of Meta Tags for SEO

The importance of title tags and meta description tags still remains high on the list for Search Engine Optimization (SEO). With Google Search Engine Result Pages (SERPs) displaying the title and meta description from your website. We should focus on what keywords you are using and the strategies you have in place to increase click-through-rate (CTR) in organic search.

CMS

Friday, 07 July 2017 10:49

Which new features turned out to be the most expected ones?

Joomla with custom fields We mean, Joomla already had this feature, but could only be added with the help of extensions which was, let’s say, less comfortable. How is this novelty helpful? Firstly, custom fields provide an additional and very specific information (it might be pricing, rating options, details about a certain user or any other value needed) on a separate article/post, etc. In this case, custom fields would be added to articles, users, and contact forms.

Let’s see how it looks like now:

There’s added a new ‘Fields’ item

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