Blog posts are usually displayed on a WordPress website either on the homepage or on a separate blog page if that’s been specified in the site’s setttings. WordPress also creates archive pages for categories and tags.
As a general rule, it’s a good idea to keep images as small as possible because loading large images will slow a site down.
Some time ago I wrote an article called “Creating a Mood Board with Milanote“. I really liked Milanote, but if you use it to make a mood board you do need to find some images to start with.
In this article I want to try some different free online tools so, just for fun, I’m going to create a mood board for a fictional tea room.
Alison worked extremely hard at her catering business and needed a simple website that she did not have to worry about maintaining.
About 10 months ago I wrote a blog post, “A Simple Page Layout with the WordPress Block Editor”, as an exercise to compare using just the block editor versus using the block editor plus one of a couple of plugins; Stackable and Kadence Blocks.
Recently, in one of the Facebook groups I belong to, someone asked a question about how to make WordPress more secure.