Deleting the WordPress User-Named Admin is crucial for site security. Hackers frequently target the “ADMIN” username as it was the default on WordPress installations for years. Removing this account minimises vulnerability, making it harder for hackers to gain unauthorized access to your site.
Facing issues with the Nucleare Pro Latest Tweet Sidebar widget on WordPress? This article provides a step-by-step guide to solve common problems, including why your widget may not be displaying your latest tweets and what level of Twitter API access you need to make it function properly.
Struggling with text too small to read in the Nucleare Theme on WordPress? Google Search Console recommends a minimum font size of 12px for mobile-friendliness. Here’s a quick fix: go to WordPress admin, navigate to ‘Appearance – Customize,’ and insert font-size: 16px; in Additional CSS. Your readability woes are sorted!
Struggling with the “Clickable elements too close together” error in the Nucleare Theme? Google recommends a minimum tap target size of 48 pixels for each clickable element. To resolve this, increase padding and margins to meet this size requirement, ensuring a better mobile user experience. Follow our step-by-step guide to fix this issue in WordPress.
In “Moving from Squarespace to WordPress,” I explore my decision to transition to WordPress despite Squarespace’s SEO improvements. The choice isn’t straightforward, as each platform has its merits and drawbacks, particularly concerning search engine optimisation.