The Elementor page builder plugin has grown in popularity over the past few months, and for good reason. This week they added one more to the list; inline editing. Check it out along with a host of other features offered with this free plugin.
Whether you are new to WordPress, or are a seasoned expert, there is always going to be more to learn. With product updates, new software creations, and advanced technology biting at everyone’s heels saying “Buy me!”, “Use me!”, and “Learn about me!”, it can be hard to keep up.
That’s why enlisting the help of a reliable, trustworthy, and high-quality WordPress tutorial website is helpful.
Today we are going to examine what it takes to be considered a solid WordPress tutorial authority. After all, anyone can create a website and YouTube channel, create some WordPress tutorials, and call themselves an expert. From there, I will zero in on one WordPress tutorial expert, Darrel Wilson, and see what his website and YouTube channel offers those looking to expand their knowledge of WordPress. And in the end, we’ll see just how he matches up and whether his content is worth bookmarking and frequenting on a regular basis.
Running a WordPress website, even a simple one, is very time consuming.
Beyond building the basic website, think of all the repeating tasks you have to make sure are completed, on a week by week basis. Tasks like:
- Creating a new post for the blog.
- Testing different landing pages.
- Updating the design of the homepage.
- Adding a new business service you just started offering.
WordPress is the most popular CMS in the world. However, when it comes to designing a page on the frontend, WordPress’s toolbox falls short of other site building platforms like Wix or Squarespace. This WordPress disadvantage is now over, with the introduction of Elementor, the fastest and most user friendly frontend page builder for WordPress.