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WordPress Gutenberg Tutorial: How to Use the New Block Editor

34% of all websites and counting run on WordPress. This figure doesn’t come off as a surprise because WordPress is free, easy-to-use, and SEO-friendly. It also offers a wide availability of plugins that takes WordPress-powered sites up a notch. Beyond that, the content management system’s adaptability to changes remains one of its most dependable features. …Continue reading

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How to Increase WordPress Max Upload Size: A Step-by-Step Guide

More than 54,000 plugins are yours for the taking if you own a WordPress-powered website! This means, you can download and install them all you want. You can optimise your site for optimum performance. From the most popular ones such as Yoast and Jetpack and everything else in between, just take your pick. Unfortunately, though, …Continue reading

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Why Is WordPress Free and Are There Hidden Costs?

WordPress has eclipsed the market share of other content management systems (CMS), which grew 2.9% between June 2017 until June 2018 alone. Joomla, the second biggest CMS, is only 3.1%. WordPress’ growth market share per year is almost the same as the total market share of the following competitor. That says a lot about WordPress’ …Continue reading

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30 of the Most Popular Best WordPress Blogs

WordPress is changing fast, and users, designers, and developers must keep up. Self-preparation is vital if your business revolves around WordPress. Luckily, a plethora of quality courses are available for sale on learning platforms, and some are even free of charge. We suggested a few courses to check out in our list of resources to …Continue reading

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Is WordPress The Best Blogging Platform?

The number of WordPress-powered websites is still growing; there has been a 1.5% growth from January 2017 to January 2018. The signs are that this trend will not change shortly, which shows that WordPress is a reliable and robust content management system (CMS). WordPress is a CMS that should be on your list. It’s secure, …Continue reading

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Shopify vs WooCommerce – Which Is The Best For Ecommerce?

And the award for the best eCommerce shopping cart goes to… Only kidding — the choice between Shopify and WooCommerce as an eCommerce platform really comes down to you and what you want most from it. Each tool has their own unique set of pros and cons and truth be told, they’re both praised for …Continue reading

Squarespace Vs WordPress – Which Is The Best For You?

We, the Newtlabs team, are in love with WordPress. It’s our favourite content management system, and we can’t image the Internet without it. We intend to show you how to create a website with WordPress and how to get the most from it after you’ve had a website built. Perhaps we are biased, and we …Continue reading

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Blogger Vs WordPress – Which Is Better For You

WordPress is the leading content management system (CMS), and its market share is overwhelming. Even though WordPress’ supremacy isn’t in danger, there are a few rivals with cool features. One of the most feature-rich rivals is Blogger (aka Blogspot). The fact that it’s owned by Google is enough to convince you to pay attention to …Continue reading

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10 Amazing Facts About WordPress

Matt Mullenweg and Mike Little deserve all the accolades for developing the wonderful WordPress platform. Given its current level of popularity, this platform has imparted new definitions to the online web industry and the results speak volume. W3Techs ranks WordPress as the leading content management system, with a 59.0% market share. The much-proclaimed blogging platform …Continue reading

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28 Facts You Probably Didn’t Know About WordPress (Infographic)

WordPress is the number one content management system on the market. It has become so popular over the years, that many of the world’s most recognisable websites like The New York Times, Forbes, and The Wall Street Journal use it for web publishing today. While the popularity of WordPress has remained relatively constant during recent …Continue reading