One of the most common extra requests I receive on my custom development projects is to add rich pin functionality. As much as I love to delight my clients with a “no problem, no charge,” I’d much rather see you take advantage of rich pins long before you need to hire a developer! The good news is that you don’t have to be a developer to enable rich pins in WordPress — it’s actually very simple.
If your domain name is your street address on the web, your web hosting is the actual house — you need a place to store (or… host!) your files. Web hosting is essential to running self-hosted WordPress, so it’s important to choose the best WordPress hosting for your site. Let’s talk about the factors that come into play to choose the best host for WordPress.
What’s your budget?
Naturally, the top consideration for web hosting is your budget.
These days, it’s pretty much expected to link to your social media profiles on your website, and the most common and recognizable way to do so is through social media icons. Unfortunately, there isn’t an obvious way to do so in WordPress, and themes handle this in a variety of methods — some, not at all. In this tutorial, I’ll walk you through how to create a social media menu in WordPress, with social media icons and links, that works for any theme, in any location.