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Will Morris

Will Morris is a staff writer at WordCandy. When he's not writing about WordPress, he likes to gig his stand-up comedy routine on the local circuit.

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PrestaShop vs WooCommerce: What’s the Best Platform for eCommerce Beginners?

If you’re new to eCommerce website hosting, setting up an online store can seem daunting. However, picking the right platform can alleviate...

Magento vs WooCommerce: Choosing the Best eCommerce Platform for Your Store

Running an online shop involves a lot of moving parts. You have to process payments, handle shipments, deal with customer support, and much more....

WordPress.com vs WordPress.org: What Sets Each Platform Apart?

These days, pretty much everyone knows about WordPress. However, when people talk about the platform, they might be referring to...

How to Create a WordPress Slider (And 5 Top Plugins to Do It)

Sliders are one of those elements you see on almost every website. They’re easy to implement, and they almost always look great, as long as you...

How to Create a Stunning WordPress Gallery (In 3 Steps)

Image galleries are everywhere on the web. In fact, most of the sites you frequent probably feature at least one gallery somewhere, and for good...

15 Best CMS Platforms to Start a Website in 2022

Currently, over 64 million active websites use a content management system (CMS). With a CMS, users can create websites and manage their content...

How to Add Google Maps to WordPress (In 3 Ways)

One of the main functions of a business website is enabling potential customers to find you faster. If you operate from a physical location, you need...

How to Secure a Website with WordPress SSL: 2 Methods to Setup HTTPS + Common Errors

If you run a website, there may be people who trust their personal information to you. That means you need to enforce solid security standards, and...

How to Fix “Are You Sure You Want to Do This? Please Try Again” Error in WordPress

In many cases, WordPress tells you exactly what went wrong when you run into an issue. However, that’s not the case with the “Are you sure...