Month: May 2016

3 Powerful Ways to Improve WordPress Search So It Doesn’t Suck

The search function built into WordPress core has come a long way over the past few years. However, if you have a large, complex site you still probably aren’t very satisfied with the results it produces. Fortunately, there are lots of ways to improve it. In this guide, we’ll take a look at how the default WordPress search…

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Why You Shouldn’t Use the WordPress Theme Check Plugin

A fellow WordPress website builder recently suggested that I include the Theme Check plugin in my repertoire of theme evaluation and selection tools. At first, it seemed like a great idea, but the longer I thought about it, the more my opinion changed. Evaluating and picking a WordPress theme is not for the faint…

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Fixing the Too Many Redirects Error in WordPress

Your site goes down and all your browser tells you is there are too many redirects or that your site is in a loop. Such a mysterious-sounding error can leave you scratching your head, but you can unfurrow your brow because there’s a straightforward fix. This kind of error is known as a 310 error but…

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