Blogging Tips for Travelers

One of the perks of blogging is the simple fact that it can be done anytime, anywhere. As long as you have a laptop and Internet connection, you can blog. This has allowed many road-bound travelers to enter the realm of blogger. However, there are a few things you should know if you plan on blogging from the road. Beware of Public WiFi When blogging on the road, you'll have to rely largely on public WiFi for Internet access. In doing so, however, you place yourself at risk for hacking and cyber attacks. Hackers may intercept outgoing traffic on unencrypted wireless networks, viewing users' p...

How To Transfer a WordPress Site to a New Domain

Looking to transfer an existing WordPress site to a new domain? If you are reading this, I'm assuming the answer is yes. With traditional static sites, transferring involves nothing more than downloading the files from your old site and uploading them to your new one. Because WordPress uses databases, however, the process is a bit more technical. However, it can still be done, and we're going to walk you through the steps. Download The Core Files This alone isn't going to make your WordPress site appear on the new domain, but it's still one of the steps in the process of transferring it. Usi...

Creating a Mobile-Friendly Blog

In case you didn't get the memo, mobile Internet traffic surpassed desktop traffic for the first time ever last year. This means more people use their smartphones, tablets and wearable devices to access the Internet than traditional desktops and laptops. Bloggers who fail to cater to the ever-growing demographic of mobile Internet users are placing themselves at a serious disadvantage. So, how do you create a mobile-friendly blog? There are three different configurations for creating mobile-friendly blogs. The first uses a separate mobile domain. Ever visit a website on your smartphone and ...