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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.

More posts by Richard Boyett

13 Jan • Glossary

What is a Query? Database Query Explained

In regular English, a query means a request for information. What is a query in computer programming then? Simple, it’s the same – except the...

By Richard Boyett

31 Dec • WordPress

What is a Pingback in WordPress?

Think of a tag or mention on Instagram and Facebook. Pingback notifies you whenever your blog post is, well, tagged or mentioned. Pingback’s main...

By Richard Boyett

29 Dec • WordPress

Best WordPress Database Plugins

WordPress stores all information (posts, pages, settings, comments, etc.) in MySQL database. There are quite a few ways on how you can access,...

By Richard Boyett

19 Dec • WordPress

The 10 Best Free & Paid WordPress Booking Plugins Compared

If making reservations is an essential part of your business, your powerful SEO plugins and beautiful theme alone will not be able to support your...

By Richard Boyett

14 Dec • MySQL

What is MySQL: MySQL Explained For Beginners

If you want to learn about technical terminology more easily, without frustrations, you’ve come to the right place. We make web hosting easy,...

By Richard Boyett

12 Dec • WordPress

12 Best SEO Plugins for WordPress

Your WordPress website might have great content, but if it isn’t SEO optimized, you will run into a big problem. Your website won’t appear in the...

By Richard Boyett

30 May • Website

How to Run a Website Speed Test with GTmetrix

To succeed online you must have a fast website. You can check if your site is performing well by using site speed testing tools like GTmetrix. It will...

By Richard Boyett

29 Mar • WordPress

How to Fix “Briefly unavailable for scheduled maintenance” Error

As an open-source CMS (Content Management System), WordPress is updated by different developers from around the globe. They regularly fix bugs, add...

By Richard Boyett

01 Jun • htaccess

How to Restrict Access to Your Site Using .htaccess deny from all

If you’re currently testing your site or setting it to maintenance mode, you might want to restrict visitors from accessing it. You can do so by...

By Richard Boyett