15 WordPress Errors that make you look silly – infographic

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15 WordPress Errors that make you look silly – infographic

15 WordPress Errors that make you look silly – infographic

WordPress is a free and open source blogging tool and a content management system (CMS) based on PHP and MySQL. It has many features including a plug-in architecture and a template system. WordPress is used by over 16.7% of Alexa Internet’s “top 1 million” websites and as of August 2011 manages 22% of all new websites.

WordPress is currently the most popular blogging system in use on the Internet.

A quick look at 15 pitfalls a new wordpress user might meet with if critical settings and best practices are overlooked.

15 WordPress Errors that make you look silly

15 WordPress Errors that make you look silly

Source: Infographicsmania


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19 Reacties

  1. Wayne Mansfield 17 december 2012 om 13:57

    Great outline of what to expect with a wordpress site.

  2. Mark Bern 17 december 2012 om 13:57

    Very informative and useful. Thanks!

  3. simonhamer 17 december 2012 om 14:58

    Thanks Berrie

  4. Robert Alan Riley 17 december 2012 om 14:02

    Excellent advice, but I need more. The potential problems seem to grow with the complexity. Thank you for this infographic and for the link to more help.

  5. Amanda 17 december 2012 om 15:08

    Excellent and useful as always!

  6. Dan Stepel 17 december 2012 om 14:09

    It is always the small things we over look. Thanks

  7. Andrea Waltz 17 december 2012 om 14:10

    Great info – I will share with my designer! 😉 Pdx Dzyn.

  8. Florinel Nicolai Deciu 17 december 2012 om 14:17

    "Occam's blade", simple but vital. 🙂

  9. William Stewart (@Billy_Stewart) 17 december 2012 om 15:27

    Great infographic, the small things that make a difference 😉

  10. Helmuts 17 december 2012 om 15:36

    Hey Ber,

    I would add: using content scrapers like wp-robot

    good luck,
    Helmuts

  11. Dan Merhar 17 december 2012 om 16:00

    This is great info, but telling people how to fix said problems might be even more useful.

  12. kmxz 17 december 2012 om 18:19

    cannot agree with #6.

    new versions of WP is getting larger and heavier, even clumsy. it becomes a CMS rather than a blogging ware.

    also, the support for browsers get worse.

    so I, and some friends if mine, stick to WP 2.9/3.0.

  13. Sharon McPherson 17 december 2012 om 22:46

    Thanks for this information. I had no idea about the readme.html file. I just replaced what was there with a redirect to the main page.

  14. Harold Gardner 18 december 2012 om 00:04

    Great info for a newby like me. At some point I need to flip over to a self hosted site and these are great tips to watch.

  15. Steve Graham 23 december 2012 om 01:32

    On your list of what looks silly, you forgot to add having “wordpress” appear in the url on one of those free wordpress.com sites.

  16. Steven J. Fromm 29 december 2012 om 19:14

    Awesome article with some very important concerns that should be thought about when blogging through wordpress. Thanks for the inisghts.

  17. Sudip Majhi 12 januari 2013 om 12:10

    I have already faced the first four problem. Those are very much harmful. Nayway, good Information graphic.

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