Blocking of third-party tracking scripts like Google Analytics using ad blockers and tools like Ghostery is one way people attempt to protect their privacy on the Internet. This is great. However, when Google Analytics is missing, some critical piece of website functionality may break. This article explains a common scenario where this may happen and demonstrates a workaround that webmasters can implement to prevent the problem.
While the Jetpack Publicize feature is a really handy and time saving feature for blog posts, it is probably not such a great idea for WooCommerce products. This post contains a quick functions.php code snippet that helps disable Jetpack Publicize only for WooCommerce Products.
The regular plugin-based methods for noindexing pages may not work for files and the question becomes: How do we hide (noindex) files in WordPress from search engines? In this article, I explain a solution to this problem and I demonstrate with live example files how you can hide (noindex) other types of media like PDF and Excel files in WordPress.
If you have done any web development or website maintenance work, then you must have come across the .htaccess file at some point. This is an important file for many reasons and this guide will provide an overview of what the .htaccess file is, what you can do with it, how to create it, and options available to you for editing it on your WordPress website.
If you’re trying to use WordPress or Shopify plugins, you may not easily find the perfect bare bones implementation of a FedEx tracking box on your website. And if your site is fully custom, you have no choice but to code the FedEx tracking box yourself. This article steps in and guides you on how to write no nonsense HTML code to display your FedEx tracking box. I even have a working example on this page for you to play with.