“HTML” stands for “HyperText Markup Language”. It is not a programming language, which means it cannot create dynamic functionality. Instead, it is a markup language, which is a system of annotating a document in a manner that is syntactically distinct from the text. The markup language is used to format and organize … Read more
One of the first things you will notice about PHP is its acronym. “PHP” actually stands for “Hypertext Preprocessor.” This type of acronym is called “recursive initialism.” But apart from its rather confounding initials, it’s otherwise one of the relatively easier languages to master. PHP is a widely-used open source and general-purpose … Read more
Joomla is the world’s second most popular free, open-source Content Management System on the internet, right after the great WordPress. Like most other top Content Management Systems, Joomla has also become a helpful assistant in managing and polishing data online on both small and big corporate sites, portals, blogs, personal pages, stores, … Read more
As a WordPress user, you probably already know that there are thousands of themes in existence. The number’s so big that it can take you months to go through them all. While choosing the perfect theme for your site is crucial, how can you narrow them down to display just the best … Read more
Looking to compress your images before uploading them to your site? Sometimes you have a large quantity of images to feature in your content, but their file size is too large. If you’re serious about making your webpages fast (and you should be), then you need to get rid of the culprit: … Read more
If you are really serious about your website performance and want to increase the site loading speed, you should start using a Content Delivery Network (CDN). A CDN will reduce the load on your host servers by loading static and common media files from fast-loading remote servers. As there are lots … Read more
If you’re a WordPress user and make money, or would like to make money, from affiliate marketing, the choices of what plugins to use can get quite confusing. There are a number of requirements to look at before jumping right in and installing random plugins without understanding what each one of them does — or does not do.
In this short post, we’ll simply cover the top 5 WordPress affiliate plugins we feel are easy to setup and manage. The least amount of work for the greatest return is the goal, right? 😉