Your Site Could be Faster and More Secure with a Newer PHP Version

Today, while creating a brand new course for RankYa Fans, I got this warning message in my WordPress Dashboard Your Site Could be Faster and More Secure with a Newer PHP Version If you are also seeing this WordPress Dashboard warning message and want to change the PHP Version on your Web Hosting cPanel, then … Continue reading “Your Site Could be Faster and More Secure with a Newer PHP Version”

WordPress noindex nofollow

Caution should be given to the reader about using WordPress noindex nofollow settings as these settings guide Google about what part of your website, and which links on your WordPress site that it can follow. Because getting this right can benefit your web site, but getting this wrong can make your site (or parts of … Continue reading “WordPress noindex nofollow”

How to noindex in WordPress

It is smart to begin with a caution before you learn how to NO-Index certain parts of your WordPress built website. Because getting these noindex directives for user-agents (search engines) like Googlebot wrong, will have drastic results for your website built on WordPress. Now that you are warned. The easiest way to noindex parts of … Continue reading “How to noindex in WordPress”