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Richard Boyett

Richard is a WordPress software developer and an expert of content management systems. When he is not playing around with code, Richard enjoys good cinema and craft beer.

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07 Feb • WordPress

What Are WordPress Private Pages and Posts?

A WordPress private page and posts are not visible to the public. In other words, visitors can’t see the content even if they know the URL. It is...

By Richard Boyett

07 Feb • WordPress

11 Best WordPress Newsletter Plugins for 2021

Email marketing is an excellent way to improve your conversion rates. You can inform website visitors about news and promotions by sending them...

By Richard Boyett

04 Feb • WordPress

Best 4 WordPress Auction Plugins

An auction website makes online bidding easy. All you need to do is set up an auction, wait for the bidding period to end and choose the highest...

By Richard Boyett

20 Jan • Glossary

What Is DNS and How Does It Work – A Comprehensive Guide

Much like a phone book, a domain name system (DNS) bridges the communication gap between humans and computers by matching domain names to their...

By Richard Boyett

20 Jan • WordPress

What is a Taxonomy in WordPress: Detailed Guide

“Taxonomy” sounds like a word you would only hear in science class. Well, the term does come from biology, but we’re not here to talk about...

By Richard Boyett

18 Jan • Glossary

What is CDN? Content Delivery Network Explained

A content delivery network (CDN) is a group of servers set up in different locations worldwide to provide web content over a wide geographic area much...

By Richard Boyett

18 Jan • WordPress

How to Fix 413 Request Entity too Large Error in WordPress

Ever tried uploading a file to WordPress only to see the 413 Request Entity Too Large error pop up? Annoying, right? Well don’t worry, we have a...

By Richard Boyett

13 Jan • WordPress

Best 8 PDF Viewer WordPress Plugins

Even with PDF files being popular, WordPress still doesn’t support PDF embedding. Luckily, there’s a plugin for that. By default, WordPress...

By Richard Boyett

13 Jan • Glossary

What is AJAX and How Does It Work?

AJAX stands for Asynchronous JavaScript and XML. It is a set of web development techniques which allow web applications to work asynchronously –...

By Richard Boyett