Plug-ins are functions that do something to your website. A plug-in can serve a back-end purpose and never be visible to you or the public. A widget allows you to easily add design elements to your website by dragging and dropping the element you want. Widgets are always plug-ins, but plug-ins don’t always have widgets.
WordPress isn’t just for blogging anymore, and it hasn’t been for a while. Now, it is better described as a comprehensive content management system (CMS) that works well for virtually any type of website. Because small businesses are so diverse, they require a variety of functionalities from their CMS, and WordPress is able to meet […]
So you read all about the benefits of hosting your WordPress site with WPEngine and made the switch. One of the awesome features that caught your eye was the ability to put your website in a staging environment for testing, but now you’re not so sure exactly how to go about doing that. Well, that’s […]