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15 Best Coming Soon Templates for WordPress Websites

If your website is still not ready for prime time quite yet, creating a Coming Soon or Under Construction landing page can help you drum up excitement and collect leads prior to the launch. In this article, we'll introduce you to the best Under Construction and Coming Soon templates for your website.

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13 Essential Tips to Help You Build a Trustworthy Website With WordPress

If you want to build a trustworthy website, it's the little things that count. Including small details like a testimonial here or a trust badge there can add up to create a website that establishes credibility with your visitors. In this post, we'll lay out 13 different factors that go into boosting your site's credibility with visitors, as well as suggestions for how you can implement some of these tips with WordPress.

How to Fix the ERR_CONNECTION_REFUSED Error (6 Methods)

The ERR_CONNECTION_REFUSED error prevents you from accessing a website, which can be a real pain. So, you might be wondering what it is and how to fix it. In this post, we'll dive a little deeper into this error and show you six ways to fix it.

How to Fix “The Site Ahead Contains Harmful Programs” Error

Looking for ways to remove the “the site ahead contains harmful programs” error from your WordPress website? This particular error appears when search engines detect a malware infection on your site. In this article, you will learn how to clean your website immediately and then remove the “the site ahead contains harmful programs” error.

What Is Universal Design? An Introduction to Universal Design

If you run a blog or online business, you'll want to make sure that your website aligns with the latest design standards. In this post, we'll take a closer look at universal design and its relation to web accessibility. Then, we'll show you how to make your WordPress site more "universal".

How to Serve Images in Next-Gen Formats (on WordPress)

In comparison to traditional formats like PNG and JPEG, nex-gen image formats can help you improve loading times on your website and deliver a better user experience (UX). The good news is that it's simple to serve images in next-gen formats in WordPress. In this post, we'll take a look at it's recommended that you serve images in next-gen formats. Then we'll guide you through two quick steps to enable this functionally in WordPress.