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Gutenberg Tutorial: How to Not Hate the New Editor

If you haven’t updated your WordPress installation recently then you might not be aware of the fact that WordPress is switching to a new editor called Gutenberg. This editor is going to become core in the next major WordPress release (5.0), which is set to release sometime later this year. The long term goal of this change is to make the WordPress experience even more user-friendly, where anyone can create…

How to Exclude Yourself from Google Analytics

This is a follow up tutorial to my previous article about adding Google Analytics to your website. In this guide I’m going to explain how to exclude yourself from Google Analytics. If you’re a website owner you probably visit your website multiple times every day. Even more so if you’re developing a website since you need to refresh the website multiple times within a few minutes to see if the…

How to Add Google Analytics to Your WordPress Blog

Tracking and analyzing incoming traffic is crucial for any website, even more so for beginner bloggers. By collecting this data you’ll have a better understanding of what is working for you and what is not. Google Analytics is a great freemium service, which does exactly that. The question is how do you add Google Analytics code to your WordPress blog? Fear not, I’ll help you out. In this guide I am…

How to Use WordPress (Tutorial for Beginners)

WordPress is an incredible piece of open source software used by 30.5% of all websites. Its’ versatility and ease of use allows you to create powerful websites and amazing blogs. It may seem a bit overwhelming when you first enter the admin area, but in this WordPress tutorial I am going to explain everything you need to get started. Note, this is not a tutorial on starting a blog, or…