Using .htaccess configuration file you can override certain server level configuration settings on your website. Usually this file does not exist on your website unless you make certain changes in your site permalink structure. Apart from handling permalinks, you can also use this file to set up 301 permanent redirects, enable/disable directory browsing, enhance security of your website, protect admin area etc. Basically this file contains various rules for your website directory. This article covers how to find your site’s .htaccess file in cPanel.[Read more…] about How to Find .htaccess File in cPanel
WordPress comes with many handy free and paid plugins that can help bloggers to customize their blogs easily and get discovered by search engines. Plugins help to increase blog functionality and also plugins like Yoast SEO help us make our blog posts search engine friendly (this is why I reluctantly migrated my blogspot blog to WP). If you’re new to WP then you might not know how to install a WordPress plugin and also how to uninstall one that is unnecessary. Here we’ll see step by step how can we install and uninstall WordPress plugins. Here I would like mention that plugins are only available for self-hosted wordpress.org blogs not for wordpress.com.
BigRock is a very strong competitor of GoDaddy in India. I’ve been using BigRock domain name since 2014 and so for my experience with the company is quite satisfactory. As of now, I’ve one domain name on my BigRock account and I recently renewed that one. I am sharing a step-by-step procedure with you so you can know how to renew a BigRock domain name, in case you don’t know.
Google Adsense is a prominent advertisement program that shows ads on a blog according to its (blog) content and readers. As of now, it’s a first choice of almost all bloggers; especially newbie bloggers’, who want to monetize their blogs. Adsense offers a decent revenue share (publishers receive 68 percent of ad revenue) whereas other ad networks get up to 50 percent of your ad revenue. Also, Google has been improving its ad serving network continuously for example recently it had launched page level ads and not long ago it’s launched new generation ads called auto ads. Auto ads take care of everything like best ad placements for your site and number of ads to be shown on a page. After enabling auto ads, you don’t need to place ad codes on your website, one auto ad code will be enough. However, the performance of auto ads not yet defined therefore many publishers are using auto ads along with normal Adsense ad codes. Today, I’ll be showing you how to put Google Adsense below post title in Blogger.
So you’ve decided to get a premium WordPress theme for your website? And you already know why you should not use a free WordPress theme. In my last post, I’ve highlighted 10 reasons why I chose Genesis Framework for my WP blog and today I’ll be discussing with you why do I feel it’s my biggest blogging mistake. First, I applaud your decision to get a premium WordPress theme. Many newbie bloggers choose free WP themes and later on they realize their mistake. Then to rectify, they buy a paid theme which affects their search engine ranking (for short period). There’s no doubt, premium theme is a best solution for your blog. But choosing a best theme is very much essential to get desired results. This is not just a Genesis Framework review, it’s my one year experience that will certainly help you make a wise decision.
Google Adsense is a prominent advertising program run by Google. It helps publishers to serve ads on their websites to earn money. Many bloggers are earning decent money by monetizing their websites using this ad network. You’re reading this post, it means you’re already an Adsense publisher and you want to update your bank account details on Google Adsense. For your information, you can do so easily. In this post, I’ll be showing you how to update bank account details on Google Adsense.