Adding a previous/next menu to your blog can help your visitors easily navigate from post to post. It enhances the user experience on your blog. In this post, I’m going to talk about how to create a Previous/Next Navigation Menu to a WordPress blog running on Genesis Framework.
According to Forbes, a whopping 30,000 websites are hacked on a daily basis thanks to their bad hosting practices. Even as the team at WordPress is constantly hard at work to strengthen the security of their software, it makes a lot of sense to optimize it further for added security. If you’re launching a self-hosted WordPress site anytime soon, be sure to check out the following tweaks to make your installation secure.
Choosing the right fronts can have a huge impact on the user experience on your site. The right fonts not only make your content readable but make it look visually appealing enough for your readers to share with other folks. Of course, pretty fonts can’t be the exact substitute for the quality of content, but with more people consuming content via mobile devices, web fonts have become more critical to your user experience than ever before.
If you’re a web developer who strives for better user interface and user experience, choosing the right fonts for your website development project is vital. The choice of fonts may differ depending on the design and theme of your website. Luckily, Google Fonts offers ample options for you to choose from.
Whether you’re using a WordPress theme or Genesis Theme, you have to follow the same process to incorporate font icons to your design. Here’s how to do it.
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