Weekly Articles for WordPress Admins – Monday, 4/25/2022

weekly wordpress articles for april 25, 2022

I am such a WordPress geek! While researching some topics yesterday, I ran across this WordPress shirtOpens in a new tab. and of course I had to buy it. Nice tee though right?

Let’s get into this week’s WordPress articles:

  • 10 Best WordPress FAQ Plugins (+ How to Create an FAQ Section Manually)Opens in a new tab. (Intermediate)
    This in-depth article dives into the purpose of an FAQ page, the best FAQ WordPress plugins, and even how to create a page manually for your Frequently Asked Questions. Not only is an FAQ page great for customer support, it could also work well for providing info on a lot of smaller topics all on one page.
  • How to Use WordPress for Document Management or File ManagementOpens in a new tab. (Beginner)
    WordPress has its own file system built in with the Media Library but it’s not just for images. This article shows how to upgrade the Media Library into a full document and file management system so you can manage workflow, revisions, and more. This works great if you’re collaborating on your website content with other members of your team.
  • How Much Hosting Bandwidth Do I Need For My Website?Opens in a new tab. (Intermediate)
    If you’re looking to host your WordPress website, one of the important things to look at is bandwidth. But, what is bandwidth exactly, and how much do you need? You’ve may have also seen that some hosting providers offer “unlimited bandwidth” – is that true? Quick answer: nope.
  • 5 of the Best Local WordPress Development Tools Compared for 2022Opens in a new tab. (Advanced)
    Continuing from the development articles shared over the last 2 weeks on using Git with WordPress, this article covers the best ways to set up your local development computer as a personal web server. Having a local environment will speed up your workflow since you can see all your changes instantly on your computer without having to transfer files to a public web server. They also let you “break things” without worrying about it affecting anyone else. Read this article to find out more about choosing the right local development tool for you. Note: I’m personally using vagrant and Local but these are all great options.
  • Are Business Cards Dead or Are They Still Relevant?Opens in a new tab. (Any)
    I’ve seen a lot of talk over the last couple of years about business cards being dead and that everyone prefers digital, but do they really? If you interact with people in person at all, business cards can still be important and useful for you.

As you read my weekly picks, I’m sure you’ll notice that some of the useful articles I share come from the same websites, since those sites have a ton of good content. Visit my WordPress Resources page for a list of those WordPress sites.

Have a great week!


Aaron Day

Professionally designing and building websites since 2002, I was an early adopter of WordPress and continue to build engaging WP solutions on a daily basis. I'm the CTO of a web development agency and we manage over 700 WordPress sites - so most of what you'll find here on this site, we've used in practice.

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